McGregor River

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McGregor River
Country Canada
Province British Columbia
Source Wishaw Lake
Mouth Fraser River
 - elevation 588 m (1,929 ft) [1]
 - coordinates 54°10′47″N 122°2′2″W / 54.17972°N 122.03389°W / 54.17972; -122.03389Coordinates: 54°10′47″N 122°2′2″W / 54.17972°N 122.03389°W / 54.17972; -122.03389 [2]
Discharge for gage 08KB003
 - average 214 m3/s (7,557 cu ft/s) [3]
 - max 1,940 m3/s (68,510 cu ft/s)
 - min 17.1 m3/s (604 cu ft/s)

The McGregor River is a tributary of the Fraser River in the Canadian province of British Columbia.

The McGregor River was named for the Provincial Land Surveyor Captain James Herrick McGregor, who fought and died in 1915 at the Second Battle of Ypres, in Belgian Flanders.[2]


The McGregor River originates in Wishaw Lake, a remote lake located in Kakwa Provincial Park and Protected Area and flows generally west and northwest to join the Fraser River northeast of Prince George.

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  1. ^ Mouth elevation derived from ASTER Global Digital Elevation Model, using GeoLocator, and BCGNIS source coordinates.
  2. ^ a b "McGregor River". BC Geographical Names. 
  3. ^ "Archived Hydrometric Data Search". Water Survey of Canada. Retrieved 4 August 2013.  Search for Station 08KB003 McGregor River at Lower Canyon