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Winnipeg River

Winnipeg River, part of the Saskatchewan-Nelson river system that rises in western Ontario, Canada, and empties into Hudson Bay. The 140-mi (225-km)-long river was the route traveled by French explorers and fur traders to the Northwest in the 1700s. Today hydroelectric plants on the Winnipeg River provide power for most of Manitoba.

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