Magog River

The Magog River is a river that drains Lake Memphremagog. In turn, the river drains into the Saint-Francois River.

The cities of Sherbrooke and Magog, Quebec, lie on the Magog River.

Engineers from the University of Sherbrooke have constructed a plastic bridge on the river.

Read more about Magog River:  Dams

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Magog River - Dams
... Dams on the Magog River, in chronological order of their construction Name Location Years in operation Austin-Taylor Dam Magog 1796-1822 Hyatt-Ball Dam ...

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