Meeting of the Rivers.

We are a French and English speaking community offering services in both official languages. We take pride in providing community services which promote community growth and development.

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Many homeowners are unaware that they are responsible for maintenance of the utility lines on their property. When the water or sewer line fails unexpectedly, the repair can cost thousands of dollars out-of-pocket.

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Residents are now able to pay their tax and water bills through select financial institutions. The Scotiabank, Caisse Populair, TD Canada Trust and BMO are available for direct withdrawal of tax payments.

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New drinking water protection zone signs installed – Residents will notice new “Drinking Water Protection Zone” signs in Mattawa.

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Restore your Shore is back with the North Bay Mattawa Conservation Authority.  For information please visit their website or come into the Municipal Office.

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Regular Council Meeting on May 8th, 2017

The Canada Day Challenge is now accepting entries from January 3 to March 31, 2017. Participate and Celebrate Your Future! 

Young Canadians are encouraged to get inspired and show us their vision of Canada’s next 150 years by submitting an entry in the following categories: Draw it! (drawing or painting), Snap it! (photography) or Write it! (creative writing). 2017 will mark the 30th anniversary of the Canada Day Challenge, an art, photography and creative writing contest. Participants could win an all-expenses paid grand prize trip for two to Ottawa to celebrate Canada Day and take part in activities for the 150th anniversary of Confederation.

 Young aspiring filmmakers can check out the Canada Day Video Challenge, part of Historica Canada’s Here’s My Canada contest. www.heresmycanada.ca

 Should you require more information, please email us at PCH.defi-challenge.PCH@canada.ca.

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@CndHeritage  ·  #CanadaDayChallenge  ·  @canadian.heritage

 Best of luck!

The Canada Day Challenge Team

Attention Mattawa water users living on or near Mattawan Street, James Street or Turcotte Park Road:  Intermittent use of the Town’s fire hydrants during construction of the new Long-Term Care Facility may cause “dirty” or “brown” water at times.  Residents are encouraged to run their cold water tap until the water becomes clear again.  If you still experience issues after 1 hour, please contact our water operator at 705-303-8117 for further instructions or assistance.


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