Water Security Agency


11 May 2023
Heavy Rainfall Advisory for Southeast Saskatchewan

A Colorado Low is expected to move into the southeastern corner of the province overnight tonight. This system is expected to remain relatively stationary into Saturday, resulting in appreciable precipitation […]

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3 May 2023
Spring Runoff Update – May 3, 2023

Runoff from the melt of the April 19/20 snowfall event is having more of an impact on the Qu’Appelle River System than previously expected. Runoff from the system’s two largest […]

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26 Apr 2023
Southeast Update – April 26

The Water Security Agency (WSA) is providing an update for southeast parts of the province along the Upper Souris and Long Creek basins. Higher than expected daytime temperatures that have […]

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18 Apr 2023
Spring Runoff Update – April 18, 2023

The Water Security Agency (WSA) is issuing the following updates for spring runoff conditions across the province. Qu’Appelle River WSA does not expect to see significant flood impacts at this […]

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15 Apr 2023
Runoff Advisory for Notukeu and Wiwa Creeks.

The Water Security Agency (WSA) is reporting that flows at the Village of Vanguard appear to be about a 1:75 year event, exceeding flows observed in both 1997 and 2011. […]

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14 Apr 2023
Update to April Runoff

Today, the Water Security Agency (WSA) is providing an update on the status of the spring runoff for Saskatchewan. Warming temperatures have meant that runoff is now underway across most […]

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10 Apr 2023
Potential for Ice Jamming Along Several Rivers in Saskatchewan

The Water Security Agency (WSA) is advising the public of the potential for ice jams on Swift Current Creek, the Moose Jaw River, the Qu’Appelle River and the Wood river […]

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22 Jun 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 […]

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12 May 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 […]

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11 Apr 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 […]

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