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|Main source||10 m (33 ft)|
|River mouth||Prince Albert Sound
The Kagloryuak River is located on Victoria Island in Northern Canada, commencing in Nunavut and ending in the Northwest Territories. Starting from the central plains, it flows west into Prince Albert Sound.
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