North Pole Stream is a tributary to the Little Southwest Miramichi River, with its headwaters in the Christmas Mountains of north-central, New Brunswick, Canada. It is an important spawning stream for Atlantic Salmon, and renowned among fly fishers.
The Mi'kmaq referred to the stream as "Kadunnatquegak" (watching salmon in a pool).
The English name seems to have originated with lumbermen, about 1840. Two theories have been suggested for its origin:
The name inspired A. F. Wightman to name the adjacent peaks after Santa Claus' reindeer. These peaks are now referred to as the Christmas Mountains.