Burnt Lake (Canada)

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Burnt Lake
Location southern Labrador / Lac-Jérôme, Quebec
Coordinates 52°15′N 63°48′W / 52.25°N 63.80°W / 52.25; -63.80Coordinates: 52°15′N 63°48′W / 52.25°N 63.80°W / 52.25; -63.80
Primary inflows Romaine River
Primary outflows Romaine River
Basin countries Canada
Max. length 34 kilometers (21 mi)
Max. width 5.7 kilometers (3.5 mi)
Surface elevation 485 meters (1,591 ft)

Burnt Lake (French: Lac Brûlé) is a lake in southern Labrador (the mainland portion of the province of Newfoundland and Labrador), Canada, overlapping the border with Quebec.

The lake lies at an elevation of 485 meters (1,591 ft). It has an elongated shape, being developed on a north-west to south-east direction along the Romaine River. Its waters are drained through this river into the Gulf of Saint Lawrence.