The Oskondaga River is a river in Thunder Bay District in Northwestern Ontario, Canada. It is in the Great Lakes Basin and is a left tributary of the Shebandowan River. The river valley is paralleled by Ontario Highway 17, at this point part of the Trans-Canada Highway; and by both the Canadian Pacific Railway transcontinental main line, still in operation, and the Canadian National Railway Graham Subdivision main line, originally built as part of the National Transcontinental Railway, now abandoned.
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