Coppermine, river, 525 mi (845 km) long, rising in Lac de Gras, Northwest Territories, Canada, and winding northwest to enter the Arctic Ocean at Coronation Gulf in Nunavut Territory. Kugluktuk, formerly Coppermine, a trading post, is at its mouth.
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