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The previously posted Christina Lake location is at the bottom of the image. From there, the natural drainage pattern takes surface water north past Fort McMurray where the bitumen quarries are often photographed for news reports.
The Athabasca River’s water eventually ends up in the Arctic after its northward flow is completed.
The locations named in red are First Nations Reserves or particular band settlement sites. Fishing is one traditional source of food here.