|Location||Northwest Territories, Nunavut|
Kasba Lake is a lake in the northern Canadian wilderness. The majority of the lake lies within the Northwest Territories, but a small section is in Nunavut. The lake is close to Canada's four corners. A seasonal fishing lodge is open to tourists each summer.
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