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Northern Saskatchewan village hit by ‘buckets of water’ during record rain

July 26, 2017 The Canadian Press (CPSTF)

BUFFALO NARROWS, Sask. – A northern Saskatchewan community is drying out after it was hit by what the province’s Water Security Agency calls a one-in-100-year rainstorm this week. Environment Canada says the area in and around Buffalo Narrows was pounded

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Saskatchewan government announces steps to improve pipeline regulations following 2016 Husky spill

March 27, 2017 by Canadian Underwriter

The government of Saskatchewan has announced steps to improve pipeline regulations after the completion of its investigation into last July’s Husky pipeline oil spill. Energy and Resources Minister Dustin Duncan announced last week that the Ministry of the Economy had

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Southeastern Saskatchewan should expect above normal spring runoff flows: Water Security Agency

March 10, 2017 by Canadian Underwriter

The Saskatchewan Water Security Agency (WSA) has released its March 2017 Spring Runoff Forecast, saying that the majority of the province is looking at a near normal spring runoff, “with the exception of southeastern Saskatchewan and areas west of Hudson

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Saskatchewan city of Prince Albert gets $5M from Husky for oil spill cleanup

August 16, 2016 The Canadian Press

PRINCE ALBERT, Sask. – A city that was forced to close its water intakes after an oil spill on the North Saskatchewan River has received a $5-million payment from Husky Energy. The city of Prince Albert said the initial payment