Water Security Agency


11 Dec 2020
Freeze Up Report Showing Various Moisture Conditions Across Saskatchewan

Dec. 11, 2020 – The Water Security Agency released its 2020 Conditions at Freeze-Up report, showing a mixed picture for moisture conditions across the province entering winter. In combination with […]

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1 Dec 2020
Protect Yourself To Ensure Safety On Ice This Winter

Water Security Agency and Government of Saskatchewan is reminding the public to make sure ice is safe and thick enough before walking or driving across it.

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5 Aug 2020
Water Security Agency to Increase Funding for Emergency Flood Damage Reduction Program

The Water Security Agency (WSA) will be expanding the Emergency Flood Damage Reduction Program (EFDRP) by $2 million this year

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20 Jul 2020
Province Announces Agricultural Water Management Demonstrations

11 Demonstration Projects Will Set The Stage For Further Consultations Farmers and ranchers in Saskatchewan are working together to find new and effective ways to manage water on their land […]

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2 Jul 2020
Saskatchewan Announces $4 Billion Irrigation Project At Lake Diefenbaker

Today, Premier Scott Moe announced the first steps of a generational project that will fulfill the vision of Prime Minister John Diefenbaker to ensure the prosperity of Saskatchewan people and […]

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28 May 2020
More Than $8.3 Million Invested In Water Management Infrastructure And Programming

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 […]

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3 Apr 2020
Spring runoff already underway in southern parts of Saskatchewan: Flooding not anticipated

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 […]

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27 Mar 2020
Maintaining Proper Oversight of Drinking Water Systems During the Covid-19 Situation

The Water Security Agency’s (WSA’s) central mandate to ensure safe drinking water for Saskatchewan people remains at the forefront of our priority work during the COVID-19 outbreak. Safe water is essential […]

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5 Mar 2020
Spring Runoff Potential For Most Of The Province Moves To Below Average

Today, the Water Security Agency released the March spring runoff outlook. Most of the province is facing a below normal spring runoff for 2020 as low winter snowfall levels are […]

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7 Feb 2020
Initial Outlook Shows Average Spring Runoff For Most Of Saskatchewan

Today, the Water Security Agency (WSA) released the preliminary spring runoff outlook for 2020. Although well below normal snowfall accumulations have occurred to date over the southern portion of the […]

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