Gods River

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Gods River (Mantō-sīpiy)
Country Canada
Province Manitoba
Region Northern
Part of Hudson Bay drainage basin
 - left Yakaw River
 - right Echoing River, Red Sucker River
Cities Shamattawa, Gods River
Source Gods Lake
 - elevation 178 m (584 ft)
 - coordinates 54°50′28″N 94°05′42″W / 54.84111°N 94.09500°W / 54.84111; -94.09500
Mouth Hayes River
 - elevation 38 m (125 ft)
 - coordinates 56°22′20″N 92°50′55″W / 56.37222°N 92.84861°W / 56.37222; -92.84861Coordinates: 56°22′20″N 92°50′55″W / 56.37222°N 92.84861°W / 56.37222; -92.84861
Location of the mouth of the Gods River in Manitoba

The Gods River is a remote wilderness river in the Hudson Bay drainage basin in Northern Manitoba, Canada.[1] Its flows from its source at Gods Lake to its mouth at the Hayes River.[2] The Hayes River flows to Hudson Bay.

The First Nations communities of Gods River and Shamattawa are located at the river's source and at the confluence with the Echoing River respectively.


  • Yakaw River (left)
  • Echoing River (right)
  • Red Sucker River (right)
    • Stull River
    • White Goose River

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "Gods River". Geographical Names Data Base. Natural Resources Canada. Retrieved 2011-03-01. 
  2. ^ "Assean River". Atlas of Canada. Natural Resources Canada. 2010-02-04. Retrieved 2012-07-02.  Shows the course of the river on a topographic map.