Synonyms for lake_wayagamac or Related words with lake_wayagamac
Examples of "lake_wayagamac"
From the outlet of Little
, Little River flows west Bostonnais on 23.6 km, including 8.6 km around the
From the mouth of Little Wayagamac Lake, Little Bostonnais River runs on 4.4 km (measured on water) before emptying into the
(at the east-south side). The
discharges at the north-west side (at the bottom of a bay) where a dam was built. The lake drains into Little Bostonnais River which has an approximate length of 10.6 km (measured on water) between the dam of
and its mouth.
The name "
" was officially registered on December 6, 1968 at the "Bank to place names" of the Commission de toponymie du Québec.
The “Rivière du Milieu” flows entirely in forest land. The route starts near the river (southeast) of
. Much of its course is located in the Zec of Bessonne, but the last kilometers through the Zec Tawachiche.
The territory is crossed by six rivers such as Little Bostonnais River, the Jeannotte River and Rivière du milieu (Mékinac). Zec includes 281 lakes including
which provides drinking water to the city of La Tuque.
Like other zec of Québec, the ZEC the Bessonne is not a protected area recognized by the Government of Quebec. By exception, logging and mining are permitted. A heronry and bird colony are based on Steamboat Island, located in the center of
. The lake also serves as a water intake for the La Tuque municipal water system.
Zec the Bessonne is not a protected area recognized by the Government of Quebec, like all other zecs; forestry and mining are allowed. However, the island "Steamboat" is recognized as Heronry and bird colony, which is located in the center of
This small river empties into the Saint-Maurice River, in front of "La longue île" (Long Island), at the southern edge of the city of La Tuque (just south of the airport). From the outlet of Little Wayagamac Lake, the Little Bostonnais River flows westward on 23.6 km, including 8.6 km across the
This Upper-Mauricie lake is segmented into three parts, the most important is the west side. It measures 9.2 km in length (east-west) and 5.9 km wide (north-south). The two main tributaries of the lake are the dumps of "Petit lac Wayagamac" (Small
) (located 4.4 km to the East by the water) and Tom Lake (located 1.2 km south by water).
Built in 1953, this high-capacity dam has a length of 55 m and 6 m high. It has a holding capacity of 145 million cubic meters of water. The structure is composed of casing filled with stones. The dam has borrowed its name from the
. The name "Dam Wayagamac" was officially registered on May 11, 1987 at the Bank of place names in Geographical Names Board of Canada. Coordinates of the dam: Longitude West (72° 41' 50"); North Latitude: (47° 23' 02").
From the outlet of Little Wayagamac Lake, the Little Bostonnais River course 4.4 km (measured on water) before flowing into the
(southeast side). Wayagamac lake discharges from the west in the Little Bostonnais River which has an approximate length of 10.6 km (measured by water) between the dam and the Wayagamac lake. The mouth of the river flows into the Saint-Maurice River at the southern boundary of the city of La Tuque (just south of the airport). From the discharge of Little Wayagamac lake, the Little Bostonnais River water runs westbound on 23.6 km of which 8.6 km through the Wayagamac lake.
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