The Water Resources Management Division of the Department of Environment and Conservation is responsible for water management in Newfoundland and Labrador.
Near real time streamflow and climate data is available through the Real Time Streamflow and Climate Information webpage.
Information on flooding is available on the Flooding webpage.
A report, Regional Flood Frequency Analysis for the Island of Newfoundland and users guide, are available from the Department of Environment and Conservation Reports and Publications webpage.
The Newfoundland and Labrador Water Resources Portal provides access to a variety of water resource information including a map viewer (drinking water quality data, ground and surface water protection areas, ambient water quality data, hydrometric station data, climate station profiles, dam locations), community water resources reports and current boil water advisories.
The Water Resources Atlas of Newfoundland (March 1992) provides information on the physiography, geology, climate, hydrology, water quality and water uses in the province.
A report that characterizes the hydrology of Labrador is available at the Hydrology of Labrador webpage.
Water quality information is available at the following Department of Environment and Conservation webpages:
CANAL, the Canada and Newfoundland/Labrador Aqua Link website was built in partnership with Environment Canada and Newfoundland and Labrador Department of the Environment and Conservation. The site provides dynamic access to station descriptions, data and metadata for over 100 shared water quality stations throughout Newfoundland and Labrador.
Various water-related publications are available at the Department of Environment and Conservation Reports and Publications webpage.