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  • Athabasca is a Cree word signifying the opening out of something in a waterway, the delta of a river, or a clump of bull rushes, or moss, growing in a watery place.

    The Peace River Country, Past, Present and Future

  • "The territory I allude to is hunted over by the Hudson's Bay Company, and forms, mainly, a portion of what they call the Athabasca district."

    Canada and the States

  • Maxwell: It leads me directly to the second largest oil reservoir in the world, which is called the Athabasca oil sands, in the province of Alberta in Canada.

  • The sight I wanted to see was Mount Athabasca, which is described as the hydrographic apex of North America.

    Boing Boing

  • They called her Athabasca, after the beautiful lake of that name.

    The Drama of the Forests Romance and Adventure

  • Athabasca, which is just one hell of a piece of country from here.

    The Heart of Unaga

  • Athabasca, which is developing Alberta oil sands projects in partnership with a Chinese state oil company, said the boards of both the companies have approved the transaction.

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  • Athabasca, which is developing Alberta oil sands projects in partnership with a Chinese state oil company, said the boards of both the companies have approved the transaction.

    BlogsCanada.ca.com.net.org » Recent Blogs

  • By the end of this decade, we're going to be looking at places like Athabasca, which is the second-largest reserve in the world in northeastern

    Columbia Missourian: Latest Articles

  • I always thought "Athabasca" would make a terrific movie.

    Ice Station Zebra

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