Drinking Water Annual Report
Statement from the Minister
I respectfully submit the Annual Report on the State of Drinking Water Quality in Saskatchewan for the fiscal year ending March 31, 2017.
The Water Security Agency is the primary regulatory agency in the province responsible for ensuring the provision of safe drinking water and protection of water supply sources. The Water Security Agency brings all core aspects of water management together in one agency and strengthens drinking water protection by bringing source to tap protection activities into a single agency.
The Government of Saskatchewan is committed to supporting communities and keeping our province a safe place to live and work. Ensuring safe drinking water, effective wastewater treatment and protection of source waters remains a high priority for Saskatchewan. Our government will continue to deliver and build on our commitments to Saskatchewan people.
The initiatives pursued in 2016-17, and the results achieved in the areas of drinking water management, ensuring effective wastewater treatment and protection of source waters, are communicated to the legislature, and to the people of Saskatchewan, through this report. The work of protecting our drinking water and source waters is important and this report helps to inform future planning and resource allocation for upcoming years.
The 2016-17 Annual Report demonstrates progress towards the commitments that relate to drinking water and source water protection activities of involved agencies and ministries as of March 31, 2017
Minister Responsible for the Water Security Agency
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