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The Souris River (also called the Mouse River) is a river in central North America. It is about 700 km (435 mi) in length, originating in Saskatchewan and passing through North Dakota and Manitoba. It ends at its confluence with the Assiniboine River at Treesbank near Brandon, Manitoba.
The Des Lacs River joins the Souris in Burlington, North Dakota.
Cities along the river
- Estevan, Saskatchewan
- Oxbow, Saskatchewan
- Minot, North Dakota
- Velva, North Dakota (southernmost point of the river)
- Melita, Manitoba
- Souris, Manitoba
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