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27 Mar 2020
Maintaining Proper Oversight of Drinking Water Systems During the Covid-19 Situation

The Water Security Agency’s (WSA’s) central mandate to ensure safe drinking water for Saskatchewan people remains at the forefront of our priority work during the COVID-19 outbreak. Safe water is essential […]

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20 Mar 2020
COVID-19 Response and Service Delivery

March 20, 2020 – The Water Security Agency’s priority is public and employee safety while delivering services. We have been closely monitoring the developing COVID-19 situation. We are following the […]

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5 Mar 2020
Spring Runoff Potential For Most Of The Province Moves To Below Average

Today, the Water Security Agency released the March spring runoff outlook. Most of the province is facing a below normal spring runoff for 2020 as low winter snowfall levels are […]

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7 Feb 2020
Initial Outlook Shows Average Spring Runoff For Most Of Saskatchewan

Today, the Water Security Agency (WSA) released the preliminary spring runoff outlook for 2020. Although well below normal snowfall accumulations have occurred to date over the southern portion of the […]

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19 Dec 2019
Protect Yourself To Ensure Safety On Ice This Winter

With the arrival of colder temperatures, the Government of Saskatchewan reminds everyone to make sure that ice is safe and thick enough before walking or driving on it.  Ice thickness […]

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18 Nov 2019
Fall Conditions Show Higher Spring Runoff Possible In Southern Saskatchewan

Today, the Water Security Agency (WSA) issued its 2019 Conditions at Freeze-up Report.  After well above average precipitation through the fall, conditions are favourable for a higher than normal spring […]

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15 Nov 2019
Crown Sector Employees Ratify New Collective Agreements

Employees at SaskTel, SaskEnergy, SaskPower, SaskWater and the Water Security Agency (WSA) have ratified new collective bargaining agreements.  The employees join those employees at SecurTek and DirectWest that previously ratified […]

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10 Oct 2019
Water Security Agency Reaches Tentative Agreement With Unifor Local 820

The Water Security Agency (WSA) has reached a tentative agreement with Unifor Local 820.  The details of the agreement will not be released until the ratification process has taken place. […]

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30 Sep 2019
WSA Services Expected To Be Delayed During Labour Disruption

The Water Security Agency (WSA) is informing the public of potential delays and disruptions to non-essential services like permits, approvals and licenses during the current labour disruption. WSA’s unionized staff […]

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12 Aug 2019
HIgh Risk Communities to Receive Flood Mapping

Today, federal Minister of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness, Ralph Goodale and Minister Responsible for the Saskatchewan Water Security Agency, Dustin Duncan announced $1 million in funding for community flood […]

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