Wolf River (Manitoba)

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Wolf River
River
Country Canada
Province Manitoba
Region Census division No. 22
Part of Hudson Bay drainage basin
Source Hawkins Lake
 - elevation 186 m (610 ft)
 - coordinates 54°44′36″N 94°43′20″W / 54.74333°N 94.72222°W / 54.74333; -94.72222
Mouth Knee Lake on the Hayes River
 - elevation 175 m (574 ft)
 - coordinates 54°54′40″N 94°40′40″W / 54.91111°N 94.67778°W / 54.91111; -94.67778Coordinates: 54°54′40″N 94°40′40″W / 54.91111°N 94.67778°W / 54.91111; -94.67778
Length 21 km (13 mi)
Location of the mouth of the Wolf River in Manitoba

The Wolf River is a river in census division No. 22 in Manitoba, Canada.[1] It is in the Hudson Bay drainage basin and is a right tributary of the Hayes River.

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The river begins at Hawkins Lake and heads northeast to Bayly Lake. From Bayley Lake, one can make a short portage east to Bayly Bay on Gods Lake, source of the Gods River. The Wolf River then heads north to Fishing Eagle Lake, then turns west and reaches its mouth on the east side of Knee Lake. Knee Lake empties via the Hayes River to Hudson Bay. Knee Lake Airport and Knee Lake Water Aerodrome are 8 kilometres (5.0 mi) and 8.5 kilometres (5.3 mi) from the river mouth respectively on the opposite shore of Knee Lake

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