The Great Slave Lake

The Great Slave Lake is the second largest lake in the Northwest Territories of Canada, North America's deepest lake at 614 m (2014 ft), and the ninth largest lake in the world. It is 480 km (300 miles) long and 19-109 miles (12 to 68 miles) wide. It covers an area of ​​27,200 km2 (10,502 sq mi) in the southern region. Volume ranged from 1070 km3 given (260 cu mi) to 1580 km3 (380 cu mi) and up to 2088 km3 (501 cu mi) making it the largest 10 or 12. Society only in the East Arm Lutselk'e, a hamlet of about 350 people, mostly indigenous Chipewyan Dene Nation and the winter now abandoned camp / Hudson 's Bay Company post, Fort Reliance.

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