NORTHWEST TERRITORIES

The Northwest Territories is the second-most northern Canadian province and varies from ice-covered archipelagos to sprawling forests and mountains. The Mackenzie River is the longest in Canada.
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Geography of the Northwest Territories

Northwest Territories, an administrative division of Canada consisting of the part of the mainland north of 60° north latitude between the Yukon Territory and Nunavut and including several islands in Hudson Bay.

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  • Geography of the Northwest Territories

    Geography of the Northwest Territories

    Northwest Territories, an administrative division of Canada consisting of the part of the mainland north of 60° north latitude between the Yukon Territory and Nunavut and including several islands in Hudson Bay. See more »

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