Falcon Lake is located in the Whiteshell Provincial Park in southeastern Manitoba, Canada. The lake is about 152 kilometres east of Winnipeg on the Trans-Canada Highway near the Ontario border. The lake is named for Métis poet and songwriter Pierre Falcon (1793-1876). It is known in Ufology for the May 20, 1967 UFO sighting known as the Falcon Lake Incident. The 2010 album The Falcon Lake Incident was recorded at a cottage on Falcon Lake by Canadian singer-songwriter Jim Bryson.

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  • Falcon Lake is located in the Whiteshell Provincial Park in southeastern Manitoba, Canada. The lake is about 152 kilometres east of Winnipeg on the Trans-Canada Highway near the Ontario border. The lake is named for Métis poet and songwriter Pierre Falcon (1793-1876). It is known in Ufology for the May 20, 1967 UFO sighting known as the Falcon Lake Incident. The 2010 album The Falcon Lake Incident was recorded at a cottage on Falcon Lake by Canadian singer-songwriter Jim Bryson. The lake inspired the name of TV series Falcon Beach although that fictional location is set on another Manitoba Lake. The lake was also a favourite summer destination of Neil Young, who wrote a song entitled "Falcon Lake" while with the Buffalo Springfield. (en)
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  • Falcon Lake is located in the Whiteshell Provincial Park in southeastern Manitoba, Canada. The lake is about 152 kilometres east of Winnipeg on the Trans-Canada Highway near the Ontario border. The lake is named for Métis poet and songwriter Pierre Falcon (1793-1876). It is known in Ufology for the May 20, 1967 UFO sighting known as the Falcon Lake Incident. The 2010 album The Falcon Lake Incident was recorded at a cottage on Falcon Lake by Canadian singer-songwriter Jim Bryson. (en)
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