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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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20 Jun 2023
Warmer temperatures – Stay Safe around Saskatchewan Lakes this Summer

The Water Security Agency (WSA) is advising that rising temperatures can cause patches of harmful blue-green algae to appear in our province’s lakes and reservoirs. To ensure your safety, and […]

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23 May 2023
Shoreline Alteration – Protect Aquatic Habitat with a Permit from WSA

With warmer weather on the horizon, cabin owners and recreational boaters will be heading to lakes across Saskatchewan to enjoy the sunshine. This is a busy time of year for […]

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19 May 2023
Qu’Appelle System Lake Levels – Update

The Water Security Agency (WSA) is providing an update on lake levels along the Qu’Appelle System. Above normal snowpack and rapid runoff within the Qu’Appelle System has contributed to higher-than-normal […]

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3 May 2023
Water Security Agency Investing in Improving Flood Hazard Mapping

The Water Security Agency (WSA) is continuing to enhance and improve water management for the province with a key investment in the Flood Hazard Identification Mapping Program. “WSA is a […]

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24 Apr 2023
Spring Runoff Update – April 24, 2023

The Water Security Agency (WSA) is providing an update to the spring runoff following significant snowfall in many parts of the province last week. Province The recent snowfalls will add […]

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4 Apr 2023
Water Security Agency Launches Emergency Flood Damage Reduction Program for 2023

The Water Security Agency (WSA) is announcing the launch of the Emergency Flood Damage Reduction Program (EFDRP) for 2023 to help Saskatchewan communities and residents respond to the challenge of […]

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