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The Whitefish River is a river in the Canadian province of Ontario, located in the Sudbury District.

The river begins at Daisy Lake in the city of Greater Sudbury. It flows through Richard, McFarlane and Long Lakes to the unincorporated Eden township, where it flows into Round Lake on the Whitefish Lake Ojibwa reserve. From Round Lake, the river flows into Lake Panache.

Near the western end of Lake Panache, the river flows into Walker Lake, Little Bear Lake and Plunge Lake. This region is part of a proposed boundary expansion to Killarney Provincial Park, although the river does not flow into the park's current boundaries. Where Plunge Lake joins Hannah Lake, the river flows westward, entering Lang Lake. It picks up the Howry Creek system as a tributary at the Whitefish River reserve, and subsequently flows into Charlton Lake. At Willisville, the Cranberry River system also flows into the Whitefish River. The river then flows a short distance further to Whitefish Falls, where it ends at the North Channel.


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