Todd Island (Saskatchewan)

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Todd Island
Geography
Location Saskatchewan
Coordinates 59°31′01″N108°29′03″W / 59.51694°N 108.48417°W / 59.51694; -108.48417 Coordinates: 59°31′01″N108°29′03″W / 59.51694°N 108.48417°W / 59.51694; -108.48417
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Canada
Demographics
Population0

Todd Island is a small island in Beaverlodge Lake, Northern Saskatchewan, Canada. The island is located around 5 km south of the former site of Eldorado, Saskatchewan. [1]

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