SASKATCHEWAN

Water Security Agency

Water supporting a growing economy, a healthy environment and a strong quality of life for all Saskatchewan people.

The Water Security Agency is a unique organization in Canada – bringing together the majority of government’s core water management responsibilities in one place. When it comes to water resources, we provide a one window service for Saskatchewan citizens.

May 15, 2024
Water Security Agency Updates Reservoir Levels After Early May Rainfall

The Water Security Agency (WSA) is updating reservoir levels following recent significant rainfall across much of the province and parts of southern Alberta. With this rainfall the province’s southwest reservoirs […]

May 10, 2024
Cottage Owners Reminded to Call Before Doing Work Near Water

With warmer weather approaching, cabin owners and recreational boaters are getting ready for lake activities in Saskatchewan. The Water Security Agency (WSA) typically sees a surge in maintenance and improvement […]

May 9, 2024
Water Security Agency reaches agreement with Unifor Local 820

A new collective bargaining agreement (CBA) has been reached between the Water Security Agency and Unifor Local 820. “We’re pleased to see Water Security Agency employees ratify and benefit from […]

Recent Advisories

April 11, 2024
WSA Issues High Flow Advisory for Yorkton Area 

Today, the Water Security Agency (WSA) is issuing a high flows advisory for an area stretching from Kelvington to Norquay and south to Langenburg, including the area around Yorkton.   This […]

March 1, 2024
Unscheduled Release from West Val Marie Reservoir

Unexpected inflows to the West Val Marie reservoir (Huff Lake) beginning Friday March 1, 2024 mean that the Water Security Agency (WSA) will be making unscheduled releases from the dam, […]

May 11, 2023
Heavy Rainfall Advisory for Southeast Saskatchewan

A Colorado Low is expected to move into the southeastern corner of the province overnight tonight. This system is expected to remain relatively stationary into Saturday, resulting in appreciable precipitation […]