Deer River (Manitoba)
|• elevation||226 m (741 ft)|
|25 m (82 ft)|
|River system||Hudson Bay drainage basin|
The Deer River begins at an unnamed lake, just 6 kilometres (3.7 mi) east of the Churchill River and flows east, through the Deer Lakes, and continues east, reaching a maximum separation with the Churchill River of about 70 kilometres (43 mi). It then turns north, and is roughly paralleled for the rest of its course by the Hudson Bay Railway; it passes closest to the railway points on the line (each with a flag stop railway station) of M'Clintock, Chesnaye and Lamprey. The river reaches its mouth at the Dog River, just upstream of that river's mouth at the Churchill River. The Churchill River flows to Hudson Bay.
- Lost Moose Creek (right)
- Clifford Smith Creek (left)
- Robert Thomson Creek (left)
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- Map 11 (PDF) (Map). Official highway map of Manitoba. Manitoba Infrastructure. July 2016. Retrieved 2018-07-10.