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North Bay-Mattawa Conservation Authority

NBMCA was founded in 1972 by the Province of Ontario and the NBMCA’s 10 member municipalities.
As a community-based, non-profit environmental organization, NBMCA is dedicated to
conserving, restoring, developing and managing renewable natural resources on a watershed basis.
NBMCA is one of 36 Conservation Authorities who are members of Conservation Ontario.

Be a Steward!

Prevent Erosion and Runoff!

Planting trees and shrubs along the shoreline or stream bank at your home, farm or cottage is one of the ways you can help protect and preserve water quality. 

Permits

Development and On-site Sewage

Permits are one tool for balancing human needs with the needs
of the natural environment, protecting people and property
from natural hazards.

Science

Integrated Watershed Management

From water quality monitoring and flood forecasting to drinking water source protection, NBMCA uses science to make watershed management decisions. 

Get Outside!

Trails & Events

Looking to hike, bike, or ski?
Paddle a historic canoe route?
Explore our natural heritage?
Take part in an environmental festival or special event?  

News

NBMCA Delivers Essential Service During Stay-at-Home Order

April 13, 2021

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. 

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NBMCA Service Delivery during COVID-19

August 04, 2020

The North Bay-Mattawa Conservation Authority continues to follow the guidance of the North Bay Parry Sound District Health Unit to monitor the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) situation and respond appropriately.  We continue to examine our business practices to find a balance between our social responsibility to prevent the spread of COVID-19 and protecting our employees from potential exposure while continuing to deliver essential services.

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Corbeil Conservation Area Now Opened

April 08, 2021

Corbeil Conservation Area, which was closed in March due to spring runoff, has now reopened.

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Snow Survey Readings for April 8, 2021

April 08, 2021

All three snow course survey sites are snow free, making 2021 among the earliest snow-free seasons since the North Bay-Mattawa Conservation Authority began measuring snow depth and water content in 1987 as part of its flood forecasting and warning program.

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Snow Survey Readings for April 1, 2021

April 01, 2021

(North Bay, Ontario, April 1, 2021)  Two of the three snow survey stations are now without snow, bringing the average snow depth down 23.8 cm and the average water equivalence down 83.7 mm since the last snow survey March 22, reports the North Bay-Mattawa Conservation Authority (NBMCA) who measures snow depth and water content as part of its Flood Forecasting and Warning Program. 

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2019 Year In Review

 

Registration NOW OPEN for the 45th Annual Mattawa River Canoe Race - July 24, 2021

 

 

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