Prairie Provinces Water Board

The MAA was signed in 1969 by Canada and the governments of Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Manitoba in recognition of the need to cooperatively share and manage interprovincial waters for the benefit of present and future generations.

Contact Us

Prairie Provinces Water Board
2365 Albert Street, Room 300
Regina, Saskatchewan S4P 4K1

Telephone: (306) 780-6042
Fax: (306) 780-6810
Email: Lynne.Quinnett-Abbott@ec.gc.ca

www.ppwb.ca

Water Quality Monitoring Sites and Objectives

Schedule E of the Master Agreement on Apportionment contains PPWB water quality objectives for 12 interprovincial river reaches. Environment and Climate Change Canada monitors water quality at these 12 sites for the PPWB. The complete list of water quality objectives can be downloaded from the right side bar menu or can be linked to below for each river.

PPWB Water Quality Objectives
  1. Cold Lake
  2. Beaver River Reach: Beaver Crossing to the Border
  3. North Saskatchewan River Reach: Lea Park to Lloydminster Ferry
  4. Battle River Reach: Blackfoot Creek to Unwin
  5. Red Deer River Alberta/Saskatchewan Reach: Bindloss to Confluence with the South Saskatewan River
  6. South Saskatchewan River Reach: Highway #41 to Confluence with Red Deer River
  7. Battle Creek (water quantity only)
  8. Middle Creek (water quantity only)
  9. Lodge Creek (water quantity only)
  10. Churchill River Reach: Island Falls to Pukatawagan Lake
  11. Saskatchewan River Reach: Outlet of Cumberland Lake to mouth of Carrot River
  12. Carrot River Reach: Turnberry to mouth of Carrot River
  13. Red Deer River Saskatchewan/Manitoba Reach: Etomami River to Red Deer Lake
  14. Assiniboine River Reach: Whitesand River to Outlet of Shellmouth Reservoir
  15. Qu'Appelle River Reach: Kaposvar Creek to Assiniboine River
  16. Pipestone Creek (water quantity only)
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