|Location||Wilberforce Gorge, Hood River, Nunavut, Canada|
|Total height||60 metres (197 feet)|
Wilberforce Falls is an almost 60 m (197 feet) tall waterfall located in the Wilberforce Gorge of the Hood River in Nunavut, Canada. The falls is one of the few major waterfalls in the world north of the Arctic Circle. The falls were named for William Wilberforce, an English politician and leader of the movement to abolish the slave trade.
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