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COVID-19 Response and Service Delivery

COVID-19 Response and Service Delivery

WSA moving to alternative service delivery

Surface Water Quality Data

Surface Water Quality Data

Historical surface water quality data is now available

Record Number of Producers Approved

Record Number of Producers Approved

Record Number of Saskatchewan Producers Approved for Organized and Sustainable Agricultural Water Management

Dry Lake Drainage Project

Dry Lake Drainage Project

The largest single drainage approval in Saskatchewan's history

Careers

Careers

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More Than $8.3 Million Invested In Water Management Infrastructure And Programming

May 28, 2020 -- Today, the Water Security Agency announced a series of water management infrastructure initiatives and programming to support communities across Saskatchewan. These projects are part of the Government of Saskatchewan’s $7.5 billion two-year capital plan to build a strong Saskatchewan and stimulate Saskatchewan’s economic recovery.

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Spring runoff already underway in southern parts of Saskatchewan: Flooding not anticipated

April 3, 2020 - Snowmelt runoff is nearing completion in much of the southern half of Saskatchewan, while the rest of province is expected to experience a below normal to normal spring runoff, according to the updated spring runoff report issued by the Water Security Agency (WSA) today.

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Residents advised of above average flows on the Churchill River System; safety concerns possible

June 3, 2020 -- The Water Security Agency (WSA) advises the public that stream flows are above normal in all portions of the Churchill River System east of Peter Pond Lake.

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High Water Levels for North Saskatchewan River

May 22, 2020 – The Water Security Agency is issuing a high streamflow advisory for all reaches of the North Saskatchewan River within the province. A large low-pressure system has resulted in a significant portion of the basin located upstream of Edmonton receiving 40-60 mm of rainfall thus far, with additional accumulations expected today.

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