Water Security Agency

Advisories


30 Jun 2021
Stay Safe on the Water – Watch for Blue Green Algae

June 30, 2021 — The Water Security Agency and the Saskatchewan Ministry of Health are advising the public to avoid direct contact, intended or unintended consumption of any surface water […]

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16 Jun 2021
Well Above Normal Water Flows in Northern Saskatchewan

The Water Security Agency (WSA) advises the public that water flows are above to well above normal across most of northern Saskatchewan. Residents living along these areas are advised that high flows pose a safety risk and high water levels could damage property and infrastructure over the coming days and weeks. Further increases are expected from the rainfall received and expected this week.

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17 May 2021
Precautionary Drinking Water Advisories (PDWA) and Emergency Boil Water Orders (EBWO)

Precautionary Drinking Water Advisories (PDWA) and Emergency Boil Water Orders (EBWO)Currently in Effect for Waterworks that are Regulated by the Water Security Agency or Saskatchewan Ministry of Environment. Precautionary Drinking […]

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8 Jan 2021
WSA Advises Extreme Caution on Ice Surfaces

Due to continuing warm weather as well as recent incidents in southeast Saskatchewan, the Water Security Agency is reissuing an advisory to ensure the public checks ice thickness on waterbodies […]

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15 Dec 2020
Outflows from Eastend Dam increasing today

The Water Security Agency (WSA) will be increasing the outflows from Eastend Dam starting today. Care should be taken when on or near the water and/or ice. The outflow will […]

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29 Sep 2020
Northern Saskatchewan Summer High Water Update – September 29, 2020

Rainfall Northern Saskatchewan has received extremely high cumulative precipitation since April 1, 2020, resulting in very high flows and lake levels across the Churchill River and Lower Saskatchewan River basins. […]

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22 Sep 2020
Northern Saskatchewan Summer High Water Update – September 22, 2020

Rainfall Northern Saskatchewan has received extremely high cumulative precipitation since April 1, 2020, resulting in very high flows and lake levels across the Churchill River and Lower Saskatchewan River basins. […]

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15 Sep 2020
Northern Saskatchewan Summer High Water Update – September 15, 2020

Rainfall Northern Saskatchewan has received extremely high cumulative precipitation since April 1, 2020, resulting in very high flows and lake levels across the Churchill River and Lower Saskatchewan River basins. […]

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11 Sep 2020
Northern Saskatchewan Summer High Water Update – September 11, 2020

Rainfall Northern Saskatchewan has received extremely high cumulative precipitation since April 1, 2020, resulting in very high flows and lake levels across the Churchill River and Lower Saskatchewan River basins. […]

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8 Sep 2020
Northern Saskatchewan Summer High Water Update – September 8, 2020

Rainfall Northern Saskatchewan has received extremely high cumulative precipitation since April 1, 2020, resulting in very high flows and lake levels across the Churchill River and Lower Saskatchewan River basins. […]

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