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Keeyask Generating Station Project

Keeyask is a 695 megawatt (MW) hydroelectric generating station on the lower Nelson River. It is located 725 kilometres northeast of Winnipeg and 30 kilometres west of Gillam, in the Split Lake Resource Management Area.

The station was developed by the Keeyask Hydropower Limited Partnership (KHLP), jointly owned by Manitoba Hydro and four Manitoba First Nations: Tataskweyak Cree Nation, War Lake First Nation, York Factory First Nation, and Fox Lake Cree Nation. Manitoba Hydro operates the station on behalf of the KHLP, and Keeyask has been fully online since March 2022.

For more information on the Keeyask project, visit the Keeyask Hydropower Limited Partnership website.

Keeyask Transmission Project

This Project consists of transmission lines, station development and station upgrades to support the operation of the Keeyask Generating Station.


Keeyask Transmission Project environmental protection
Annual effects monitoring reports
Keeyask Transmission Project GIS data

This zip file contains spatial files in ESRI Shapefile format of the project infrastructure. They are viewable using geographic information system software. We recommend extracting the files to your computer, rather than opening them online.

Joint Keeyask Development Agreement