Island Lakes, Winnipeg

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Island Lakes
Coordinates: 49°50′10″N97°03′37″W / 49.83611°N 97.06028°W / 49.83611; -97.06028 Coordinates: 49°50′10″N97°03′37″W / 49.83611°N 97.06028°W / 49.83611; -97.06028
CountryFlag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Canada
ProvinceFlag of Manitoba.svg  Manitoba
Founded byNovamet Development Corporation
  Neighbourhood2.5 km2 (1.0 sq mi)
5,306.79 km2 (2,048.96 sq mi)
231 m (758 ft)
 (2016) [1]
  Density3,000/km2 (7,800/sq mi)
Area code(s) Area codes 204 and 431

Island Lakes is a neighbourhood in the southeast corner of city of Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, that was developed by Novamet Development Corporation.

The neighbourhood is set up in a curvilinear style typical of new suburbs. Bishop Grandin Boulevard forms the northern border, the Perimeter Highway forms the southern border, Lagimodiere Boulevard forms the eastern border and the CPR Emerson railway tracks form the western border.

As of the 2016 Census, the population of Island Lakes is 7,525.


Construction began on the neighbourhood in 1981 and by 1985, 150 homes were built. Between 1986 and 1990, construction accelerated and an additional 880 homes were built. [2]

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  1. 1 2 "2016 Census Data - Island Lakes" (PDF). July 24, 2019. Retrieved November 24, 2019.
  2. Government of Canada. "Island Lakes Census Data 2001" (PDF). Retrieved 2008-12-15.