|Primary inflows||Wesachewan River|
|Primary outflows||Gods River|
|Surface area||1,151 km2 (444 sq mi)|
|Average depth||400 ft (120 m)|
|Max. depth||400 ft (120 m)|
|Surface elevation||178 m (584 ft)|
|Islands||Elk Island and many smaller islands|
|Settlements||Gods Lake, Gods Lake Narrows, Gods River|
Gods Lake is a lake in northeastern Manitoba in Canada. The lake covers an area of 1,151 square kilometres (444 sq mi), making it the 7th largest lake in the province. It lies north of Island Lake at an elevation of 178 metres (584 ft), approximately 280 kilometres (174 mi) east of Thompson, Manitoba. It has a perimeter of 678 kilometres (421 mi). It drains north through Gods River into the Hayes River.
Gods Lake Narrows is in the southern portion of Gods Lake where the lake narrows. The community is built on an island in the narrows of the lake and on the west and east shores. Gods Lake Narrows consists of the northern community of Gods Lake Narrows (a designated place in the 2011 Canada Census) with a population of 85 and God's Lake 23, a God's Lake First Nation community of 1,341 people.
- "Atlas of Canada Toporama". Retrieved 2014-08-29.
- "Natural Resources Canada-Canadian Geographical Names (Gods Lake)". Retrieved 2014-08-29.
- "Manitoba – Lake Areas and Elevation (lakes larger than 400 square kilometres)". The Atlas of Canada – Lakes. Natural Resources Canada. 2008-06-24. Retrieved 2008-11-24.
- "2011 Community Profiles". Statistics Canada. Government of Canada. Retrieved 2014-10-07.
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