Canoe Lake (Saskatchewan)
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|Primary inflows||Arseneault Lake, Macallum Lake from the west|
|Primary outflows||Canoe River to Lac Île-à-la-Crosse|
|Catchment area||Churchill River|
|Settlements||Canoe Narrows, Cole Bay, Jans Bay|
Canoe Lake is a lake in northwestern Saskatchewan, so named because canoes were often used for transportation across it before the advent of the floatplane.
Settlements on the lake include Canoe Narrows, Cole Bay, Jans Bay. The lake is accessed by Hwy 965 and Hwy 903.
To the west of the lake is the Primrose Lake Air Weapons Range. The Canoe River flows east from the lake to Lac Île-à-la-Crosse.
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