Water Security Agency


Saskatchewan is home to an estimated over 100,000 lakes and rivers, representing some of the most abundant fresh resources in North America. The Water Security Agency plays a critical role in managing our abundant water resources through proactive operation of Saskatchewan’s network of 72 dams and conveyance channels, as well as operations and programs to support both the management of lake levels as well as conditions of flood and drought.

This section provides information on stream flows and lake levels at our hydrometric stations, information on our major dams, reservoirs and conveyance channels, province-wider moisture conditions at freeze-up and spring run-off, as well as a comprehensive flood watch awareness and protection page.

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