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Sutton River
Country Canada
Province Ontario
Region Kenora District
Physical characteristics
Main source Lake Sutton
Kenora District
140 m (460 ft)
54°35′32″N 84°36′58″W / 54.5923°N 84.6162°W / 54.5923; -84.6162
River mouth Hudson Bay
Kenora District
0 m (0 ft)
55°13′42″N 83°41′21″W / 55.2283°N 83.6891°W / 55.2283; -83.6891
Basin features
  • Left:
    unidentified stream.
  • Right:
    (Upstream) Aquatuk River, Warchesku River

The Sutton River is a tributary of the south shore of Hudson Bay, crossing the Kenora District, in Northwestern Ontario, in Canada.

This watercourse rises at the mouth of Lake Sutton. From there, the current crosses the "Sutton Narrows", then Lake Hawley. The course of the river crosses large areas of marshland.

This river has two main tributaries: Aquatuk River, Warchesku River.

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