Gahcho Kue Diamond Mine Project
The Gahcho Kué Diamond Project is located on the Canadian tundra in the Northwest Territories. It is situated at Kennady Lake (63°26′04″N 109°11′10″W / 63.43444°N 109.18611°W / 63.43444; -109.18611 (Kennady Lake)), in the Akaitcho Treaty 8 Territory AK claim block, which is 85 km (53 mi) southeast of the Snap Lake Diamond Mine Project and approximately 280 km (170 mi) east northeast of Yellowknife. The site is served by an ice runway, Gahcho Kue Aerodrome, and a spur of the Tibbitt to Contwoyto Winter Road from Lupin Mine. the main camp is at 63°26′05″N 109°12′02″W / 63.43472°N 109.20056°W / 63.43472; -109.20056 (Gahcho Kué Diamond Project, north site)Coordinates: 63°26′05″N 109°12′02″W / 63.43472°N 109.20056°W / 63.43472; -109.20056 (Gahcho Kué Diamond Project, north site), north of the ice strip, with a smaller site at 63°25′48″N 109°12′00″W / 63.43°N 109.2°W / 63.43; -109.2 (Gahcho Kué Diamond Project, south site), south of the runway.
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