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Saskatchewan water agency invests in key infrastructure projects

Saskatchewan water agency invests in key infrastructure projects

REGINA – Saskatchewan’s Water Security Agency (WSA) is working on more than 60 water infrastructure initiatives across 2024-25 including several key projects.

Of the $42 million being invested in the next year, $17 million will go to six major projects:

  • Craven Dam: Fishway bulkheads and lifting system 
  • Buffalo Pound Dam: Emergency spillway upgrades
  • East Side Pumpstation (Lake Diefenbaker): Substation upgrades
  • Gardiner Dam: Public safety and operator safety upgrades (considered two projects)
  • Moosomin Dam: Spillway Upgrades

Other dam infrastructure projects planned throughout the province include those located in areas around Cumberland House, Meadow Lake, Outlook, Craik, Cypress Hills, Swift Current, Lafleche-Val Marie, Humboldt-Watrous, Fort Qu’Appelle, Craven, Regina, Saskatoon and Estevan that have started or are in the preliminary planning stage, a release said.

“These projects will be critical to ensure we can maintain resilient infrastructure that protects our

Since 2007, WSA has invested more than $280 million in maintenance, upgrading and rehabilitation of water management structures across Saskatchewan, the release said, and it owns and operates 72 dams and control structures as well as a network of canals and conveyance channels across the province.

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