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Iron Creek

Iron Creek is a stream in Alberta, Canada. It is a tributary of the Battle River. Iron Creek received its name from the Cree Indians of the district, on account of an iron meteorite found near its course.

Jacob Creek (Alberta)

Jacob Creek is a stream in Alberta, Canada. Jacobs Creek is named Stoney, the leader of the Indian tribes. Jacobs Creek is a waterway in Canada. It is located in the province of British Columbia, in the southern part of the country 3 500 km West ...

James River (Alberta)

The James River is a medium-sized river in central Alberta. It is a tributary of the Red Deer River. Species of fish commonly found: brown trout, rainbow trout, mountain whitefish, pike and some others. It forms in the Rocky mountains and flows e ...

Little Bow River

The Little Bow River is a tributary of the Oldman River in southern Alberta, Canada. It is about 190 kilometres long. From its headwaters near High River, it flows south, then turns east and flows into Travers Reservoir. Afterwards, it flows sout ...

Little Smoky River

The river originates in the foothills of the Canadian Rockies, west of Grande Cache and flows in a north-east direction throughout the foothills. Upon reaching the open prairie, it meanders northwards and merges into the Smoky River south of the ...

Lobstick River

The Lobstick River is a small river in originating in west-central Alberta, Canada. It flows north from the foothills before entering Chip Lake. It then flows eastward through the community of Lobstick before joining the Pembina River, which in t ...

Lovett River

The Lovett River is a short river in the Alberta foothills. The Lovett is an early tributary of the Pembina River, itself a major tributary of the Athabasca River. The Lovett River was formerly known as the Little Pembina River, but to avoid conf ...

Lundbreck Falls

Lundbreck Falls is a waterfall of the Crowsnest River located in southwestern Alberta, Canada near the hamlet of Lundbreck. It is located in the place where highway 3A crosses the river Crowsnest, about 1.2 km 0.75 mi from Crowsnest highway 3, be ...

Marten River

The Marten River is a short river in central Alberta. The Marten is one of the major inflows of Lesser Slave Lake, which drains through the Lesser Slave River, a major tributary of the Athabasca River. Significant debate exists regarding the orig ...

Medicine River (Alberta)

The Medicine River is a medium-sized river in central Alberta. It begins at the outlet of Medicine Lake, north of Rocky Mountain House. The Medicine River initially travels through the Rocky Mountain House Grazing Reserve, a protected area with o ...

Mill Creek Ravine

Mill Creek Ravine is located Edmonton, Alberta, Canada and is a part of the River Valley parks and trail system. The end of the ravine opens onto the North Saskatchewan River valley near the west end of Cloverdale on the opposite bank from downtown.

Nigel Creek

Nigel Creek is a short stream located in the Canadian Rockies of Alberta, Canada. It forms in the glacial meltwaters north of Sunwapta Pass and takes on streams flowing from Nigel Pass. The Creek flows South-Southeast, and Parallels eisfeldt Park ...

Piper Creek (Alberta)

Piper Creek is a creek in Red Deer, Alberta that flows into Waskasoo Creek. It carries the drainage from a shallow lake in Red Deer to an intersection with Waskasoo Creek.

Pipestone Creek

Pipestone Creek is a waterway that runs through central Alberta, Canada. For example, over 100 acres of Pipestone Creek parkland is situated in Millet, Alberta, with a combination of meadows and urban forest. It originates East of pigeon lake and ...

Ram River

The Ram River is a river rising in the Alberta Rocky Mountains. It flows eastward, taking on the North Ram River, before joining the North Saskatchewan River near the Town of Rocky Mountain House. The name Ram Rivulet appears on a David Thompson ...

Redwater River (Alberta)

The Redwater River is located north east of Redwater, Alberta, Canada, and is where the name of the town was derived from. The original settlers noticed the copper tint to the water in the river and named the town as such. The river runs through ...

Riviere des Rochers

Riviere des Rochers is a river in Alberta in the Peace–Athabasca Delta and Wood Buffalo National Park. It is the main outflow of Lake Athabasca and flows northward, around many islands, and meets with the Peace River to form the Slave River. Near ...

Riviere Qui Barre (river)

Riviere Qui Barre is a river in Central Alberta, Canada. The name is a translation, by early French-speaking settlers, of Keepootakawa, the Cree name for the river.

Sand River (Alberta)

The Sand River originates in a system of lakes in northern Alberta, between Winefred Lake and Cold Lake and at an elevation of 675 metres 2.215 ft. From there it flows generally towards the south and west. It enters the Caribou Lake, then continu ...

Sheep River (Alberta)

The Sheep River is located in southwestern Alberta, Canada, and is part of the Bow River watershed. The river begins in the mountain valleys of Elbow-Sheep Wildland Provincial Park, passes through Sheep River Provincial Park, and joins with the H ...

Siffleur River

The Siffleur River is a short river rising in the Canadian Rockies in western Alberta. The Siffleur River is an early tributary of the North Saskatchewan River. The river begins between Devon mountain and Clearwater mountain, at Clearwater pass. ...

Snake Indian River

The Snake Indian River is a large tributary of the Athabasca River, exiting entirely within Jasper National Park. The Snake Indian forms at Snake Indian Pass, south of Monte Christo Mountain and Snake Indian Mountain, north of Calumet Peak. The r ...

Spirit River (Alberta)

The Spirit River is a river in northern Alberta, Canada. The name is a translation of the Cree words Chepe Sepi, meaning ghost or spirit. The town of spirit river is set close to the banks of the river and named the river as municipal district 13 ...

Vermilion River (Alberta)

The Vermilion River is a tributary of the North Saskatchewan River in east-central Alberta, Canada. Its lower course flows through the County of Vermilion River, which is named after this river. It has been said that this river got its name from ...

Waskasoo Creek

Waskasoo Creek is a creek that is mostly in Red Deer, Alberta but also passes through Penhold, Alberta after Innisfail, Alberta. The creek starts at the Red Deer River.

Whitehorse Creek

Whitehorse Creek is a significant stream in western Alberta, Canada. It flows from the Canadian Rockies, and is the first major tributary of the Mcleod River, a major tributary of the Athabasca River. In its origin, just East of Jasper National P ...

Whitemud Creek

Whitemud Creek is a tributary of the North Saskatchewan River in central Alberta, Canada. On part of its length, the Creek flows through the city of Edmonton, dividing the blocks in the Riverbend and Terwillegar area heights from other blocks on ...

Wolf River (Alberta)

The Wolf River is a river in the Municipal District of Bonnyville No. 87 and Lac La Biche County in census division No. 12, Alberta, Canada. It is in the Hudson Bay drainage basin and is a left tributary of the Sand River.

Antler Creek

Antler Creek is a creek located in the Cariboo region of British Columbia. The creek was discovered in 1860 by John Rose. The creek was mined and at one time produced.000 per day. The Sawmill flat area was considered the richest section. The cree ...

Beecher Creek

Beecher Creek is a tributary of Still Creek in North Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada. Beecher Creek is a salmon stream that runs through Kensington Park and Beecher.

Birch Creek (British Columbia)

Birch Creek is a creek located in the Atlin Country region of British Columbia. Birch Creek flows parallel to Boulder Creek and Ruby Creek. The creek is located west of Lake Surprise. Birch Creek flows into Pine Creek and was discovered in 1898. ...

Boulder Creek (British Columbia)

Boulder Creek is a creek located in the Atlin Country region of British Columbia. The creek flows into Lake Surprise from the north side just west of Ruby Creek. Boulder Creek was discovered in 1898. The creek had rich mining content for one mile ...

Boundary Creek (British Columbia)

Boundary Creek is a creek located in the Boundary Country region of British Columbia. The creek is a tributary of the Kettle River. Boundary Creek flows into the Kettle River from the northeast and was the first creek found to be gold bearing in ...

Britton Creek

Britton Creek is a tributary of the Tulameen River in British Columbia. This creek is 8 miles southwest of the old town of Tulameen. Britton Creek is located in a region of British Columbia called the Similkameen. The creek can be reached by road ...

Brunette River

The Brunette River runs through East Burnaby, New Westminster and Coquitlam, flowing out of Burnaby Lake and to the Fraser River. According to a map and materials by Heritage Advisory Committee and Environment and Waste Management Committee of th ...

Bull River (British Columbia)

The Bull River is a 117-kilometre long tributary of the Kootenay River in the Canadian province of British Columbia. It is part of the Columbia River basin, as the Kootenay River is a tributary of the Columbia River.

Campbell River (Semiahmoo Bay)

The Campbell River passes through Surrey and Langley, British Columbia, Canada, entering Semiahmoo Bay at the Semiahmoo Indian Reserve, which lies between the City of White Rock and Peace Arch Park on the international boundary. Originally labell ...

Carnes Creek

Carnes Creek is a creek located in the Big Bend Country region of British Columbia. The flows into the Columbia River from the east. It was discovered no later than 1865. The creek has been mined and has produced 0.000 in gold.

Carpenter Creek (British Columbia)

Carpenter Creek is a creek in the West Kootenay region of British Columbia. The creek flows straight through the town of Sandon. The city Sandons main street was built in carpenter Creek. In 1955, the Creek flooded. British Columbia historian bil ...

Cassiar River

The Cassiar River is a tributary of the Turnagain River in far northern British Columbia, flowing north to join the latter river southeast of Cry Lake. Its name is a reference to the Cassiar Land District, which it flows through the middle of and ...

Cherry Creek (British Columbia)

Cherry Creek is a creek located in the Okanagan region of British Columbia. The south fork of Cherry Creek is known as Monashee Creek. Cherry Creek was discovered in the 1800s and mined for gold. The Creek was mined in the 1800s by Christian, Sch ...

Chilako River

The Chilako River is a tributary of the Nechako River, one of the main tributaries of the Fraser River, in the Canadian province of British Columbia. It flows through the Nechako Plateau. The name "Chilako" comes from the Dakelh Tsalakhoh name me ...

Chilanko River

The Chilanko River is a river in the Chilcotin region of the Central Interior region of the Canadian province of British Columbia. The name of the river comes from a Chilcotin word meaning "many beaver river".

Collins Gulch

Collins Gulch is a creek in the Similkameen region of British Columbia. Collins Gulch is a stream which flows into the Tulameen River from the south side. The creek is about 1.5 miles east of the village of Tulameen, British Columbia. Collins Gul ...

Cunningham Creek

Cunningham Creek is a creek located in the Cariboo region of British Columbia. The creek was discovered in 1861 by William Cunningham. The creek was mined for gold by European and Chinese Miners.

Dash Creek

Dash Creek is a river in the Canadian province of British Columbia which flows easterly to join Churn Creek, a tributary of the Fraser River. Dash Creek rises on the northern slopes of the Dash Plateau and Dash Hill in the South Chilcotin Mountai ...

Dease Creek

Dease Creek is a creek located in the Stikine Region of British Columbia. This creek flows into the west side of Dease Lake. Dease Creek was first staked for gold in 1873 by the Moores. The creek was staked for 16 miles and in 1874 supported 700 ...

Defot Creek

Defot Creek is a creek located in the Stikine Region of British Columbia. The creek is a tributary of the west fork of the Canyon River. Defot Creek is located north west of Dease Lake. The creek came to prominence when John Defot discovered gold ...

Dowling Creek (British Columbia)

Dowling Creek is a creek located in the Peace River Regional District of British Columbia. It flows northeast into Gething Creek, Williston Lake. The river is located southwest of Hudsons Hope.

Dragon Creek

Dragon Creek is a creek located in the Cariboo region of British Columbia. The creek was discovered in the 1860s by a Frenchman nicknamed The Dragon because of his fighting abilities. The creek has been mined using drifting, sluicing, hydraulicki ...