Christopher Lake

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Christopher Lake
ChristopherLake Sunrise26dec06.jpg
Sunrise above the frozen lake (Christmas 2006)
Location Saskatchewan
Coordinates 53°37′N 105°55′W / 53.617°N 105.917°W / 53.617; -105.917Coordinates: 53°37′N 105°55′W / 53.617°N 105.917°W / 53.617; -105.917
Basin countries Canada

Christopher Lake[1] is a village in the boreal forest of central Saskatchewan, Canada. Its location is in the Rural Municipality of Lakeland No. 521. It is also the name of the large lake found approximately 2 km north and west of the village. This village is recorded to have a population of 230 during the 2001 Canadian Census [1]. It is approximately forty kilometers north of Prince Albert and about five kilometers east of its partner resort area of Emma Lake.

Christopher Lake is considered one of the most beautiful lakes in Saskatchewan. The major industry in the RM of Lakeland is tourism[citation needed].

It is home to the Little Red River Cree First Nation band government.

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