A part of Ontario’s history.

Waterpower was Ontario’s (and Almonte's) first source of electricity. Since the days before confederation, waterpower has helped fuel Ontario’s (and Almonte's) growth. The durability of waterpower facilities ensure that future generations will benefit from affordable, reliable electricity.

visit www.owa.ca for more waterpower information 


Mississippi River Power Corp.'s 4.6 MW hydroelctric generating station (Brian J. Gallagher GS) was commissioned on April 9, 2010.

Have a question? Want to see inside the station? Send an email to: info@mississippiriverpower.com



Metcalfe GeoHeritage Park is closed to vehicle traffic while park improvements are underway.

Sorry for any inconvenience.

Work on the park will be completed in June of 2015.

For more information on what's being done in the park, check here.

The Shoreline Planting project that we have undertaken in cooperation with the Misssissippi Valley Textile Museum,

will get underway in the Spring of 2016.



Mississippi River Power Corp. is the generation side of the former Almonte Hydro. The Corporation of the Town of Mississippi Mills owns 100% of the shares in MRPC.

Mississippi River Power Corp. owns and operates a 4.6 Megawatt Generating Station in Almonte, Ontario. This station was built in 2008-09 and came online on April 9, 2010.


"Mississippi River Power Corp. is committed to generating clean, reliable power, while continually improving efficiency, providing a reasonable return to the shareholder and remaining a good corporate citizen."


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