|River mouth||Coronation Gulf|
The Kugaryuak River is located in the Canadian Arctic territory of Nunavut in the southwest Kitikmeot Region. It forks into two entities, the Western Kugaryuak ( ) and the Eastern Kugaryuak ( ) and flows into Coronation Gulf.
Arctic charr abound in the Kugaryuak.
The Kugaryuagmiut were a Copper Inuit subgroup that lived along the shores of the Kugaryuak. In 1990, three archaeological sites of tent rings were found along the Kugaryuak from precontact Inuit period.
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- Thomas, C.; Ratch, S. (2006-11-30). "Continuing Historical Resources Inventory and Assessment" (PDF). Thomson Heritage Consultants. Retrieved 2008-11-04.
- Photo, strandplain near the mouth of the river
- Photo, raised marine delta along the river
- Photo, bedrock gorge and marine beach plain, near the river
- Photo, delta at the river
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