Water Security Agency


29 Nov 2023
Water Security Agency Issues Conditions at Freeze-up Report

Today, the Water Security Agency (WSA) released the 2023 Conditions at Freeze-up Report. Hot and dry conditions throughout the summer and fall have led to most areas of the province […]

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8 Nov 2023
Stay Safe on the Ice This Winter

With temperatures cooling and snow arriving, the Water Security Agency (WSA) is reminding the public to ensure that ice is thick enough to safely walk, drive or snowmobile on. Ice […]

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22 Aug 2023
Lake Diefenbaker Water Levels

Why are levels at Lake Diefenbaker lower than normal this year? Lake levels for Lake Diefenbaker are low due to the hot and dry weather conditions over southern Alberta during […]

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21 Aug 2023
WSA Announces Half Million Dollar Infrastructure Crossing Replacement Program

The Water Security Agency (WSA) is launching a new $500,000 cost-sharing pilot program that will assist rural municipalities (RMs) and irrigation districts with the cost of replacing aging infrastructure. RMs […]

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14 Aug 2023
Communities Can Now Apply for a Flood Damage Reduction Program

The Water Security Agency (WSA) is offering a cost-sharing rebate to help communities implement proactive flood damage prevention and reduction measures. The Flood Damage Reduction Program (FDRP) supports cities, towns, […]

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11 Aug 2023
Agricultural Water Management Funding Now Available

Today, the Water Security Agency (WSA) announced $700,000 for agricultural producers and local governments to complete water management projects. This funding is part of a $1.5 million two-year commitment announced […]

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31 Jul 2023
Water Security Agency Supporting Farmers and Ranchers Through Drought

Today, the Water Security Agency (WSA) announced it will make water and vacant land available to support farmers and ranchers experiencing drought conditions.  “With the well below normal amounts of […]

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18 Jul 2023
WSA Announces Launch of GeoHub Portal

Today, the Water Security Agency of Saskatchewan (WSA) announced the launch of its GeoHub portal, making data used by the agency to monitor and manage the province’s water resources freely […]

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30 Jun 2023
Water Security Agency Expanding Support for Channel Clearing and Drainage Project Maintenance

The Water Security Agency (WSA) is expanding its support to help rural landowners, communities and local governments complete channel clearing and drainage project maintenance in Saskatchewan. Up to $1 million […]

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20 Jun 2023
High Water Flow Advisory on North Saskatchewan River

The Water Security Agency (WSA) is advising communities and residents along the North Saskatchewan River of the potential for high flows following significant rainfall over headwaters in Alberta. Over the […]

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