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Water Security Agency Investing $2.5 million in Lac La Ronge Dam Project

June 15, 2021 – The Water Security Agency (WSA) has started a major project that will improve the safety, efficiency, and long term stability of the Lac La Ronge Dam. The $2.5 million project includes seepage remediation and a modern steel structure over the spillway to install/remove stoplogs. WSA is restricting access to the site during the construction period to eliminate hazards.

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Below Normal Flows Expected To Continue Throughout Much Of Saskatchewan

June 15, 2021 - Today, the Water Security Agency released its Water Supply Outlook report for June 2021. This report provides a periodic update on expected water lake levels and supply across the province and will be updated monthly until October 2021.

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Well Above Normal Water Flows in Northern Saskatchewan

June 16 -- The Water Security Agency (WSA) advises the public that water flows are above to well above normal across most of northern Saskatchewan. Residents living along these areas are advised that high flows pose a safety risk and high water levels could damage property and infrastructure over the coming days and weeks. Further increases are expected from the rainfall received and expected this week.

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