Gods Lake

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Gods Lake
Location Northeastern Manitoba
Coordinates 54°40′26″N 94°14′48″W / 54.67389°N 94.24667°W / 54.67389; -94.24667Coordinates: 54°40′26″N 94°14′48″W / 54.67389°N 94.24667°W / 54.67389; -94.24667[1]
Primary inflows Wesachewan River
Primary outflows Gods River
Basin countries Canada
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 thousands
Settlements Gods Lake, Gods Lake Narrows, Gods River
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Gods Lake is located in Manitoba
Gods Lake
Location of Gods Lake in Manitoba

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.[2] It lies north of Island Lake at an elevation of 178 metres (584 ft),[2] approximately 280 kilometres (174 mi) east of Thompson, Manitoba. It has a perimeter of 678 kilometres (421 mi).[1] The First Nations communities of Gods Lake, Gods Lake Narrows and Gods River are located on the shores of the lake. It drains north through Gods River into the Hayes River.

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