Water Security Agency

Advisories


30 Jul 2020
Northern Saskatchewan Summer High Water Update – July 30, 2020

Rainfall July 30, 2020 — 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 […]

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30 Jul 2020
Government Issues Blue-Green Algae Advisory

July 30, 2020 – The Water Security Agency and the Saskatchewan Ministry of Health are advising the public to avoid swimming in or drinking water where blue-green algae blooms are […]

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29 Jul 2020
Water Security Agency Changing Dam Safety Emergency Classification for La Ronge Dam

The Water Security Agency (WSA) is advising the public in the La Ronge area of a change to the Dam Safety Emergency Classification of the La Ronge Dam. The dam […]

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27 Jul 2020
Northern Saskatchewan Summer High Water Update – July 27, 2020

Northern Saskatchewan Summer High Water Update – July 27, 2020 Rainfall Northern Saskatchewan has received extremely high cumulative precipitation since April 1, 2020, resulting in very high flows and lake […]

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24 Jul 2020
Northern Saskatchewan Summer High Water Update – July 24, 2020

Dam Integrity Update Both the Water Security Agency (WSA) and SaskPower manage structures on the Churchill River and its tributaries, which are currently experiencing high flows. SaskPower is committed to the […]

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22 Jul 2020
Northern Saskatchewan Summer High Water Update – July 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 Basin. In general, cumulative rainfall […]

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20 Jul 2020
Northern Saskatchewan Summer High Water Update – July 20, 2020

Rainfall Northern Saskatchewan has received extremely high cumulative precipitation since April 1, 2020, (see map below) resulting in very high flows and lake levels across the Churchill River Basin. In […]

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17 Jul 2020
High Water Level Emergency Advisory Alert Issued by Water Security Agency

The Saskatchewan Water Security Agency is advising that water levels are extremely high in many water systems in the far north. Logs, debris, unstable banks and other obstacles that may […]

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15 Jul 2020
High Water Level Update – Churchill River System/Cumberland House

Flows on the Saskatchewan River coupled with record wet conditions in the basin north of Cumberland House and into the Churchill River System are causing very high water levels in […]

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15 Jul 2020
Gardiner Day Spillway Flow Expected to be Terminated Next Week

The Water Security Agency is advising that total flows from Lake Diefenbaker are planning to drop from the current levels of 710 m3/s by 100 m3/s in the next day […]

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