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The Mindemoya River is a river on Manitoulin Island in Ontario, Canada which flows about 5 kilometres (3.1 mi) from Lake Mindemoya to empty into Providence Bay on Lake Huron. There is a large sandy beach at the mouth of the river. "Mindemoya" comes from the Ojibwe word mindimooyenh, which means "old woman". The river is accessible by both boat and foot at a number of points and is often fished for salmon and trout.
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