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Water Security Agency Issues Historic Drainage Approval

Water Security Agency Issues Historic Drainage Approval

A single approval was issued to 73 landowners for more than 18,000 acres of an organized and responsibly managed drainage network.

Dry Lake Drainage Project

Dry Lake Drainage Project

The largest single drainage approval in Saskatchewan's history

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Water Supply and Conditions Outlook - Oct. 1, 2017

Despite very low rainfall and very dry soil, water supply conditions across Saskatchewan are mainly adequate with reservoir levels generally at or slightly below average levels for this time of year. Deeper groundwater supplies also remain at above average levels due to recent consecutive years of above average rainfall. At this time, there are some issues related to water supply shortages in smaller reservoirs and dugouts in southern Saskatchewan along with issues with deteriorating water quality.

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Water Quality Sampling on North Saskatchewan River - Update July 20, 2017

July 20, 2017 - The Water Security Agency (WSA) released the latest verification results for monitoring of surface water, river sediments and the North Battleford surface water treatment plant sediment collection tank.

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Lac La Ronge Dam Maintenance Update

The Water Security Agency (WSA) is advising the public that important maintenance work begins at Lac La Ronge Dam today. Outflows from the structure will not change while the work is being done.

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Lac La Ronge Dam Maintenance

Oct. 13, 2017 - The Water Security Agency is advising the public of important maintenance work at Lac La Ronge Dam. The Water Security Agency will be reducing outflows from the structure from 85 m3/s to 5 m3/s for five to seven days beginning on Monday, October 16.

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