S of headwaters of McLennan River
52°48’13” N 119°33’9″ W — Map 083D13 — Google — GeoHack
Name officially adopted in 1962
Official in BC – Canada
Ontario-born Arthur Meighen (1874-1960) succeeded Robert Borden as Prime Minister of Canada in 1920. Meighen was responsible for many measures under which the World War I was prosecuted, including the conglomeration of the Canadian Northern, Grand Trunk, and Grand Trunk Pacific railways as the nationalized Canadian National Railway.
- Wikipedia. Arthur Meighen