CALA is committed to conserving the natural beauty of the Cassels and Adjoining Lakes region of Temagami and to sustaining the quality of life for this and future generations.

CALA will preserve this commitment by promoting a clean and safe environment; supporting programs that will protect and enhance our fisheries and natural resources; collaborating and communicating with officials, organizations and associations to further develop our regions splendour and to acquire information that will facilitate reliable and informative communications to it’s members; and by organizing social activities to enrich member relations and to foster growth and involvement within the association.


CALA was formed in 1980 in response to poor water quality.  The sewage lagoon in Temagami was operating improperly and leaking raw sewage into Snake Island Lake.


Our constitution includes membership categories, voting rights and privileges.

CALA’s geographical catchment area includes the following waters:

Cassels Lake          Rabbit Lake         Snake Island Lake        Obashkong Lake

Net Lake                 Reuben Lake        Sunrise Lake                Lorrain Lake

Blueberry Lake     Caribou Lake        Fourbass Lake              Matabitchuan River

New Members Always Welcome