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Water Supply Conditions and Outlook

Water Supply Conditions and Outlook

Conditions across Saskatchewan are generally adequate

Province Announces New Agriculture Drainage Regulations

Province Announces New Agriculture Drainage Regulations

First Phase in the Development of an Agricultural Water Management Strategy

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Stay informed, stay safe

SaskAlert is Saskatchewan's new emergency public alerting program

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Water Supply Conditions and Outlook, June 2016

Water supply conditions across Saskatchewan are for the most part adequate with reservoir and ground water levels generally above average because of several consecutive years of above average precipitation. The Weyburn and North Battleford areas are the only exceptions where some surface water shortages are occurring.

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Precautionary Drinking Water Advisories (PDWA) and Emergency Boil Water Orders (EBWO)

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Water Security Agency Reducing Outflow from Lake Diefenbaker

May 6, 2016 – The Water Security Agency (WSA) is advising the public that outflow from Lake Diefenbaker will be reduced from 120 cubic metres per second (m3/s) to 80 m3/s or a drop of roughly 0.1 m on the South Saskatchewan River downstream of the reservoir.

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