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GREAT BEAR LAKE - The Great Bear Lake (Slave: Sahtú; French: Grand lac de l'Ours) is the largest lake entirely in Canada (Lake Superior and Lake Huron straddling the ...
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|Possible Crossword Clues|
|Northwest Territories sight|
|Possible Jeopardy Clues|
|This "great" Canadian lake lies on the Arctic Circle|
|One of Canada's largest, this 12,000 square-mile lake lies on the Arctic Circle|
|Do not go gentle into this "ursine" Canadian lake /Rage, rage against the cold; it can be just too much to take|
|Though not 1 of the Great Lakes, this largest lake entirely in Canada is also called "Great"|
|This "great" lake on the Arctic circle is the largest lake entirely within Canada|
|Uranium mined from this Canadian Arctic lake with an animal name was used to make the WWII atomic bombs|
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The Great Bear Lake (Slave: Sahtú; French: Grand lac de l'Ours) is the largest lake entirely in Canada (Lake Superior and Lake Huron straddling the Canada–US border are larger), the fourth-largest in North America, and the eighth-largest in the world. The lake is in the Northwest Territories, on the Arctic Circle between 65 and 67 degrees of northern latitude and between 118 and 123 degrees western longitude, 156 m (512 ft) above sea level.|
* The name originated from the Chipewyan language word satudene, meaning "grizzly bear water people." The Sahtu Dene people are named after the lake. Grizzly Bear Mountain on the shore of the lake also comes from Chipewyan, meaning, "bear large hill."The Sahoyue (Grizzly Bear Mountain) peninsula on the south side of the lake and the Edacho (Scented Grass Hills) peninsula on the west side form the Saoyú-ʔehdacho National Historic Site of Canada.