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Water Security Agency investing in key water infrastructure projects

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Moose Jaw, Sask. - The Water Security Agency (WSA) is working to advance more than 60 key water infrastructure projects in 2024-25, with a...

WSA reports most reservoirs in province are full

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The Water Security Agency (WSA) has provided an update on the status of Saskatchewan’s reservoirs. Overall, 33 out of 45 major reservoirs – nearly three...

WSA launching infrastructure crossing replacement program

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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...

Saskatchewan communities can now apply for Flood Damage Reduction Program

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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...

Sask. Water Security Agency supporting farmers, ranchers through drought

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Saskatchewan's Water Security Agency (WSA) has announced it will make water and vacant land available to support farmers and ranchers experiencing drought conditions. "With the...

Water Security Agency expanding support for channel clearing and drainage project...

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The Water Security Agency (WSA) is expanding its support to help rural landowners, communities and local governments complete channel clearing and drainage project maintenance...

Saskatchewan’s Water Security Agency investing in flood hazard mapping improvement

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The Water Security Agency (WSA) is continuing to enhance and improve water management for the province with a key investment in the Flood Hazard...

Water Security Agency launches Emergency Flood Damage Reduction Program for 2023

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The Water Security Agency (WSA) is announcing the launch of the Emergency Flood Damage Reduction Program (EFDRP) for 2023 to help Saskatchewan communities and...

Saskatchewan’s Water Security Agency accepting applications for Flood Damage Reduction Program

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Saskatchewan - The Minister Responsible for the Saskatchewan Water Security Agency (WSA) Jeremy Cockrill is reminding municipalities of the annual transition of the Emergency...

Government officials tour proposed area for Lake Diefenbaker irrigation projects

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Last week, Fred Bradshaw, the minister responsible for Water Security Agency, and Dana Skoropad, the MLA for Arm River, toured the Gardiner Dam and...

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