Water Safety Statement Issued Today

April 28, 2020

(North Bay April 28, 2020)   The 34 mm of rain forecast over the next two days is expected to result in increased runoff, increasing public risk around area lakes and watercourses prompting the North Bay-Mattawa Conservation Authority to issue a water safety statement for its watersheds.

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Bear Sighting at Laurentian Escarpment Conservation Area

April 27, 2020

(North Bay – April 27, 2020)  A trail user advised the North Bay-Mattawa Conservation Authority of a bear sighting this afternoon at the Laurentian Escarpment Conservation Area and the Laurentian Ski Hill at 15 Janey Ave, North Bay.

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Snow Survey Results - April 22, 2020

April 22, 2020

(North Bay, Ontario, April 22, 2020)  In the past week, due to two snowfalls snow depth has increased by an average of 1.1 cm and water equivalence has increased by an average of 0.7 mm since the North Bay-Mattawa Conservation Authority (NBMCA) undertook snow pack measurements taken April 15.

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Spring Bear Sighting at Laurentian Escarpment Conservation Area

April 17, 2020

(North Bay – April 17, 2020)  A trail user advised the North Bay-Mattawa Conservation Authority of a bear sighting this afternoon at the Laurentian Escarpment Conservation Area and the Laurentian Ski Hill at 15 Janey Ave, North Bay.

 

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Snow Survey Results - April 15, 2020

April 15, 2020

(North Bay, Ontario, April 15, 2020)  Today, two of the three snow survey stations are now without snow, bringing the average snow depth to 1 cm, down from 3.9 cm measured on April 8 by the North Bay-Mattawa Conservation Authority (NBMCA) as part of its flood forecasting program.

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Snow Survey Readings - April 8, 2020

April 08, 2020

(North Bay, Ontario, April 8, 2020)  In the past week, snow depth has decreased by an average of 18.4cm and water equivalence has decreased by an average of 55.3mm since the North Bay-Mattawa Conservation Authority (NBMCA) undertook snow pack measurements taken on April 1.

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Corbeil Conservation Area reopened

April 08, 2020

The water has receded and the Corbeil Conservation Area has reopened. Reminding visitors to maintain the 2 meter physical distancing to prevent the risk of spreading COVID-19 and please, please, please keep your dog on a leash and scoop the poop (not only good etiquette to protect you, your dog, wildlife and other trail users...it's the law!)

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Corbeil Conservation Area Closed - High Water

April 02, 2020

(CORBEIL - April 2, 2020)  Corbeil Conservation Area is closed due to high water levels covering an access bridge/boardwalk.  The Conservation Area will reopen when water recedes.

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