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Which of the following rivers allows for transportation and communication with people living in remote locations? A. the Fraser River B. the Yukon River C. the Mackenzie River D. the St. Lawrence River
The Mackenzie River allows for transportation and communication with people living in remote locations.
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The Mackenzie River allows for transportation and communication with people living in remote locations.
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