Located in northeastern Ontario, the MRCA has a watershed area of over 11,000 square kilometers.
Are you planning development work near a watershed, river, stream, wetland, slope, or shoreline?
You may require a permit from the Conservation Authority.
The Mattagami Region Conservation Authority provides a variety of recreational opportunities throughout the City of Timmins through its system of Conservation Areas and Community Trails.
NEWS and Announcements
The Flood Warning for the Mattagami River has been cancelled. A Water Conditions Statement remains in effect for Porcupine Lake due to high water levels. See the Water Safety statement here.
Trail Closures and Notifications: Scout Rock Trail has been re-opened. Sections of the Bart Thomson Trail remain closed until major repairs can be completed. More information about trail closures and reported damage can be found here.
Feeding ducks and geese might seem like a fun and kind thing to do, but many people don’t realize that it can lead to severe negative consequences, both for the birds and for the environment. See our Feeding Wildlife page for more information.
The Board of Directors and staff of the Mattagami Region Conservation Authority completed our first strategic planning exercise throughout 2019. This information will guide our activities and decisions over the next 4 years. Read our summary of the MRCA Strategic Plan 2020-2023 here.
The Mattagami Region Conservation Authority office is located at:
100 Lakeshore Road
Our office is open Monday to Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., closed between noon and 1:00 p.m.