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WSA Budget Invests In Protecting And Building Infrastructure While Facilitating Growth

April 8, 2021 – Minister responsible for the Water Security Agency (WSA) Fred Bradshaw announced a series of targeted investments this week designed to continue WSA’s strong commitment toward protecting infrastructure, while laying the groundwork for continued economic growth.

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Saskatchewan Celebrates “World Water Day”

March 22, 2021 – Water is one of the most important resources in the province. As we celebrate World Water Day, today is an opportunity to acknowledge the province’s vast infrastructure, like the nine major dams: Gardiner, Qu'Appelle, Rafferty, Grant Devine, Duncairn, Lafleche, Eastend, Val Marie and West Val Marie. These dams produce safe drinking water, in some cases hydroelectricity, irrigation, industrial production, flood control and recreational opportunities.

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WSA Advises Extreme Caution on Ice Surfaces

January 8, 2021 -- Due to continuing warm weather as well as recent incidents in southeast Saskatchewan, the Water Security Agency is reissuing an advisory to ensure the public checks ice thickness on waterbodies before walking, snowmobiling or driving across them.

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Outflows from Eastend Dam increasing today

Dec. 15, 2020 -- The Water Security Agency (WSA) will be increasing the outflows from Eastend Dam starting today.

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