Thorvaldson Lake

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Thorvaldson Lake
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Thorvaldson Lake
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Thorvaldson Lake
Location Saskatchewan
Coordinates 55°49′N104°28′W / 55.817°N 104.467°W / 55.817; -104.467 Coordinates: 55°49′N104°28′W / 55.817°N 104.467°W / 55.817; -104.467
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Thorvaldson Lake is a fresh water lake in Northern Saskatchewan, named after Thorbergur Thorvaldson in 1966. [1]

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