The Saskatchewan Watershed Authority is responsible for management of surface and groundwater resources.
The Saskatchewan Watershed Authority River Forecast Centre prepares the Climate Conditions and Provincial Streamflow Forecast for Saskatchewan on a monthly basis. The Provincial Forecast webpage provides forecasts of expected flow conditions on the major river basins.The Saskatchewan Watershed Authority Operations Division's Stream Flows and Lake Levels webpage provides current water resource conditions in Saskatchewan.
The Saskatchewan Watershed Authority's Water Conveyance and Flood Control Channels webpage details the infrastructure works that are used to manage flows and water levels.
Current and historical precipitation data is available Saskatchewan Watershed Authority's Climate Conditions webpage.
The Annual Unit Runoff of the Canadian Prairies, PFRA Hydrology Report #135, 1994 (PDF) was a study to evaluate the annual unit runoff for various exceedence levels across the prairies. Maps showing isopleths for the various exceedance levels are included in the report.
Stream flow and water level data is collected at hydrometric gauging stations to monitor the current water resource conditions in Saskatchewan. The near real-time stream flows and water levels are provisional and subject to revision and can be found at the Stream Flows and Lake Levels page.
Saskatchewan's State of the Watershed Report provides indicators to assess the state of the current health of the province's watersheds.
Water-related information is available from a number of webpages on the Saskatchewan Watershed Authority website: