During the Provincial Emergency and Stay-at-Home Order issued by the province on April 8, 2021, the North Bay-Mattawa Conservation Authority will continue to deliver programs that have been deemed an “Essential Business/Service” by the Ontario/Canadian government.More
With 75mm of rain in the forecast over the next four days, the North Bay-Mattawa Conservation Authority has issued a Flood Outlook Statement for the watershed.More
Office and Trail Service Disruptions for September.More
Family and friends of 28-year old Michael Gauthier gathered in Laurier Woods Conservation Area this morning to dedicate a new 180 ft boardwalk built to honour his memory, his passion for the outdoors, and his love of Laurier Woods.More
(North Bay, July 29, 2021) The North Bay-Mattawa Conservation Authority will begin work next week on the remediation of 45m of Chippewa Creek at Oak St and reestablish the Kinsmen Trail link across the creek with a new pedestrian bridge.
“The benefits to the residents of North Bay are two-fold; the channel work will repair streambank erosion and help alleviate upstream flood hazards. The new pedestrian bridge will provide a significant enhancement to the City’s active transportation network,” said Dave Mendicino, Chair of the North Bay-Mattawa Conservation Authority (NBMCA).More