Tallest Dams in Canada
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Tallest Dams in Canada - the tallest of which is the 240-meter tall Mica Dam of Canada, with the 214-meter Daniel-Johnson Dam  and the 186-meter W. A. C. Bennett Dam at second and third tallest respectively.

 Compare Mica Dam with Gardiner Dam


  Top 8 ranks, by structure height in descending order

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Mica Dam.   

Tallest dam in Canada. Mica Dam of Canada is the second-tallest hydroelectric dam in North America with a height of 240 meters. Completed in 1973, Mica Dam is capable of holding up to 24.76 billion m3 of water, producing up to 2,805MW of power.

 

 Compare Mica Dam with Dworshak Dam from North America.

 Compare Mica Dam with Bath County Pumped Storage Station from North America.

BC Hydro Mica Dam Test Spill 26 July 2012 base of dam (Youtube/TOC Vernon)


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Largest Dams by Installed Capacity (MW): world | Asia | Europe | North America | South America | USA | Canada

Tallest Dams: world | Asia | Europe | North America | South America | USA | Canada

Dams with Largest Structural Volume: world | Asia | Europe | North America | South America | USA | Canada

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