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.

November 28, 2022
The Water Security Agency Releases Winter Conditions Forecast

The Water Security Agency’s (WSA) 2022 Conditions at Freeze-up Report indicates that most areas of the province are on the dry side going into the winter. While some areas of the province […]

November 17, 2022
Be Ice Smart This Winter

With the arrival of snow and colder temperatures, the Water Security Agency is reminding the public to ensure that ice is thick enough to safely walk, drive or snowmobile on. […]

November 4, 2022
Province Invests $6 Million in New Gardiner Dam Office

Nov. 4, 2022 — Today, the Honourable Jeremy Cockrill, Minister Responsible for the Water Security Agency (WSA), officially opened a new head office at Gardiner Dam. This investment is the […]

Recent Advisories

June 22, 2022
Heavy Rainfall Impacting Wastewater Treatment

The communities of Saskatoon, Weyburn, Sedley, Stockholm, Rocanville, and Whitewood and their surrounding areas have received heavy rainfall recently that may have temporarily exceeded the design limits of their wastewater […]

May 12, 2022
Significant Rainfall Watch for Southeastern Saskatchewan

Environment and Climate Change Canada has issued a significant rainfall watch for southeastern Saskatchewan for Thursday May 12 to Saturday May 14, 2022. Steady rainfall accumulations are forecast to begin […]

April 11, 2022
April Runoff Update – Winter Storm Advisory

Environment and Climate Change Canada has issued a winter storm watch for southeastern Saskatchewan for Monday April 11, 2022. Snowfall accumulations are forecast to be highest in the Souris River […]