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The river is 434 kilometers long.
- Slave River rapids, Government of the Northwest Territories. Retrieved on 2022-03-04. “Beginning at Fort Fitzgerald and ending 10 kilometres downstream at Fort Smith are four furious sets of rapids rapids. The house-high waves, dizzying whirlpools, and gushing channels provide a playground for world-class kayakers, while also protecting the world’s northernmost white pelicans, which nest on midstream islands.”
- 19 reasons to see Great Slave Lake, Government of the Northwest Territories. Retrieved on 2022-03-04. “Great Slave is a vast reservoir that feeds a complex network of rivers and streams, including Canada’s longest river: the Mackenzie. It receives about 77 percent of its inflow from the 434-kilometre long Slave River.”