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Canadian Xpress July 2021 Monthly Fly-In - St. Lawrence River


The St. Lawrence River is a large river in the middle latitudes ofNorth America. The St. Lawrence flows in a roughly north-easterlydirection, connecting the Great Lakes with the Atlantic Ocean andforming the primary drainage outflow of the Great Lakes Basin. Ittraverses the Canadian provinces of Quebec and Ontario, and is part ofthe international boundary between Ontario, Canada, and the U.S. stateof New York. This river provides the basis for the commercialSt. Lawrence Seaway.

The St. Lawrence River runs 3,058 kilometers from the farthestheadwater to the mouth and 1,197 km from the outflow of LakeOntario. These numbers include the estuary; without the estuary thelength from Lake Ontario is 500 km. The farthest headwater is theNorth River in the Mesabi Range at Hibbing, Minnesota. Its drainagearea, which includes the Great Lakes, the world's largest system offreshwater lakes. The basin covers parts of Ontario and Quebec inCanada, parts of Minnesota, Wisconsin, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio,Pennsylvania, New York, Vermont, and nearly the entirety of the stateof Michigan in the United States.

Canadian Xpress would like to invite all pilots to join usSaturday, July 31st, 2021 at 10h00edt (14h00z) and 21h00edt (Sunday01h00z) for our June 2021 Monthly Fly-In where we will fly fromSept-Iles (CYZV) to Montreal (CYUL).

This is an open invitation to all pilots no matter what your flyingexperience to attend this Canadian Xpress sponsored event that will beflown on the VATSIM network.

More information regarding this event including charts and optionaladd-on scenery can be viewed by visiting the Monthly Fly-In page underEvents athttps://canadianxpress.ca.

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