What is the deepest lake in Canada?

Great Slave Lake in Canada’s Northwest Territories is our deepest lake, reaching about 614 metres (2,000 feet) deep. It is the ninth deepest lake in the world. It was likely formed by the deep scouring of the great continental Laurentide glacier.

Answered by Dr Richard Hebda, curator of Botany and Earth History

5 common shark myths busted

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