what is the longest river in ontario
The Mackenzie River is the longest river in Canada.
The longest river in canada is the yukon river
The longest river in Canada is the Mackenzie river.
No, Ontario has the longest border with Canada and the US.
It is the St.Lawrence river in Canada.
Trans-Canada Highway connects Blind River, Ontario with Cudbury, Ontario.
The Mackenzie River in Canada is the longest river in Canada, but is second longest in North America. The Mississippi is the longest in North America.
Canada Canada isn't a continent. The longest river in the world is the River Nile which is on the continent of Africa.
The Mackenzie River
The Mackenzie River out of the Northwest Territories. Mackenzie River is the longest river in Canada
the longest waterway in Canada is the St. Lawrence river
The Mackenzie River is the largest river system in Canada.
The border between New York State, USA and Ontario, Canada is formed entirely by waterways. Lake Ontario is the longest stretch of the border. The rivers which form the rest of the border are the Niagara River, which flows from Lake Erie into Lake Ontario, and the Saint Lawrence River, which flows from Lake Ontario out to the Gulf of Saint Lawrence and the Atlantic Ocean.
The Mackenzie River is the longest river in Canada at 4,241 km.
It is a river in the Muskoka District of Ontario, Canada.
The Abitibi River is in northern Ontario
The Missinaibi River is in northern Ontario, Canada. The river is 265 miles in length.
A river is not a lake. The Humber River flows south from Canada into Lake Ontario. The Humber River flows from the northern regions of Ontario, Canada down through Toronto, Canada and into the Lake.
The Thames River is in Southwestern Ontario, Canada. It runs through the city of London, Ontario, as well as Woodstock and Chatham.
The Niagara River.
The Mackenzie river.