The Roseway Hydro System is located on the Roseway River in Shelburne County, Nova Scotia. The system originates in a chain of small lakes located at the junction of Digby, Yarmouth, and Shelburne counties, and drains an area of approximately 524.4 km². It flows in a North to South direction and empties into Shelburne Harbour.
The hydropower system was constructed in the 1930’s and had been in operation continuously up until 2012. At that time, the system was partially decommissioned. Currently, there is no active water management or electricity generation on this system. The dam and spillway structure are still in place however, the gates have been removed leaving the system as run of river.