North Pole Stream
North Pole Stream is a tributary to the Little Southwest Miramichi River, with its headwaters in the Christmas Mountains of north-central, New Brunswick, Canada. It is an important spawning stream for Atlantic Salmon, and renowned among fly fishers.
The Mi'kmaq referred to the stream as "Kadunnatquegak" (watching salmon in a pool).
- the most northerly point they had lumbered
- very cold conditions
- Rayburn, A. (1975) Geographical Names of New Brunswick. Toponymy Study 2. Surveys and Mapping Branch, Energy Mines and Resources Canada, Ottawa
- Geographical Names of Canada http://geonames.nrcan.gc.ca/index_e.php
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