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Aguasabon River

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The Aguasabon River ˌɑːɡwəˈsɑːbən is a river in Thunder Bay District, Ontario, Canada. The river originates at Chorus Lake and empties into Lake Superior near the community of Terrace Bay. When the Canadian Pacific Railway was being built 1882-1885, the river was known as the Black River at mileage 857 miles from Montreal, not to be confused with the Black River near Heron Bay. The Aguasabon is in length, and plunges down at the Aguasabon Falls. The river follows fractures in the 2.6 billion-year-old bedrock, and the exposed rock is granodiorite. Aguasabon station Aguasabon Station is a dam and two unit hydroelectric power plant run by Ontario Power Generation. It generates power to support a Kimberly-Clark pulp and paper plant at Terrace Bay. In 1945, the Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario began preliminary survey work for a planned hydroelectric facility in the Terrace Bay area. Construction commenced in 1946 and the facility began operating in 1948. The deve
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