Mattagami River

Mattagami River

[muh-tag-uh-mee]
The Mattagami River is a river in northern Ontario, Canada, which flows 440 km north from its source southwest of the city of Timmins, Ontario to join the Missinaibi River; both rivers empty into James Bay via the Moose River. This river is 547 km in length.

The river's name comes from the Ojibwe and means either "the start of water" (maadaagami) or "turbulent water" (madaagami).

Tributaries include the:

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