Gods River, Manitoba

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Gods River (Manto Sipi Cree Nation)
Official name: God's River
Nickname: Manto Sipi Cree Nation
Country Canada
Province Manitoba
Region Northern
Elevation 180 m (591 ft)
Coordinates 54°50′11″N 94°03′23″W / 54.83639°N 94.05639°W / 54.83639; -94.05639Coordinates: 54°50′11″N 94°03′23″W / 54.83639°N 94.05639°W / 54.83639; -94.05639
Area 4.01 km2 (2 sq mi)
Population 643 (2016)
Density 160.2/km2 (415/sq mi)
Timezone Central Time (UTC-6)
 - summer (DST) Central Time (UTC-5)
Postal code R0B 0N0
Area code 204
Location of Gods River in Manitoba
Statistics: Statistics Canada 2016 Census Profile

Gods River is a remote, isolated settlement in Northern Manitoba, Canada and the primary settlement of the Manto Sipi Cree Nation (54°50′15″N 94°03′17″W / 54.83750°N 94.05472°W / 54.83750; -94.05472) First Nations community. The settlement is on Gods Lake at the point of outflow of the Gods River.

The community can only be reached by winter road or by air via Gods Lake Airport.

The official languages of the community are English and Cree. There is a lodge for tourists to stay for visits to the community.

Gods River on Gods Lake

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