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Province Offers Advice On Recreational Water Use

Province Offers Advice On Recreational Water Use

Residents to limit recreational activities in the North Saskatchewan River as a result of Husky oil spill

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SaskAlert is Saskatchewan's new emergency public alerting program

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July 27 situation update on Husky oil spill:

July 27, 2016 - Shoreline cleanup and assessment specialists are onsite and continue to make progress on cleanup. There are 9 booms currently deployed and being utilized where they can be most effective. Updates on spill related cleanup activities are available on Husky's website athttp://huskyenergy.com/news/saskatchewan-updates.asp

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July 26 situation update on Husky oil spill:

July 26, 2016 - Environment and Climate Change Canada has confirmed there is presence of subsurface oil in the river as well as impacts along the shoreline, which will require further assessment and clean-up operations.

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Blue-Green Algae Blooms Developing in Some Areas Across Saskatchewan

July 26, 2016 - The Water Security Agency and the Saskatchewan Ministry of Health are advising the public of existing blue-green algae blooms and the potential for more to form across the province.

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

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