Athabasca

Athabasca (ăthubăs'ku) , river, 765 mi (1,231 km) long, rising in the Columbia snowfield of the Canadian Rockies near the Alta.–British Columbia line and flowing N through Jasper National Park, then NE and N across central Alta. to Lake Athabasca. It is the southernmost headstr...
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Athabasca

[provincial electoral district] Athabasca was a provincial electoral district covering north east Alberta, Canada. The riding, was created in 1905 when Alberta first became a province. The riding disappeared in 1986 when it merged with Lac La Biche to form the riding of Athabasca-Lac La Biche. ==Athabasca history== ==Election results== ===1...
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Athabasca

[Saskatchewan provincial electoral district] Athabasca is a provincial electoral district for the Legislative Assembly of Saskatchewan, Canada. It is located in the extreme northwest corner of the province. The major industries are tourism, mineral extraction, forestry, commercial fishing and trapping. The Cluff Lake uranium mine is located...
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Athabasca

Athabasca (also Athabaska) is an anglicized version of the Cree name for Lake Athabasca in Canada, āthap-āsk-ā-w (pronounced aːθapaːskaːw), meaning “grass or reeds here and there”. Related to the lake are several other geographical and administrative features called Athabasca. Most places named Athabasca are found in Alberta, Canada: Ge...
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