Maury Channel

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The Maury Channel (75°41′N 094°30′W / 75.683°N 94.500°W / 75.683; -94.500 (Maury Channel)Coordinates: 75°41′N 094°30′W / 75.683°N 94.500°W / 75.683; -94.500 (Maury Channel)) is a natural waterway through the central Canadian Arctic Archipelago in Qikiqtaaluk Region, Nunavut.[1] It separates Baillie-Hamilton Island (to the north) from Cornwallis Island (to the south). To the west it opens into Queens Channel and to the east into Wellington Channel.

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  1. ^ Services, Government of Canada, Public Works and Government Services Canada, Integrated Services Branch, Government Information Services, Publishing and Depository. "Maury Channel, Nunavut: M116-2/058G11-PDF - Government of Canada Publications". publications.gc.ca. Retrieved 2017-12-28.