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Tentative deal reached between Water Security Agency and union

The Water Security Agency (WSA) has reached a tentative agreement with Unifor Local 820.

The details of the agreement will not be released until the ratification process has taken place.

“I am pleased we have reached a tentative agreement with the Unifor bargaining unit,” Water Security Agency President and CEO Susan Ross said.  “We are thankful for the dedicated efforts of the negotiators representing our employees who have been working hard with our management team to come up with this deal.”

WSA is a unique organization in Canada – bringing together the majority of provincial government’s core water management responsibilities.  WSA manages the province’s water supply, protects water quality, ensures safe drinking water and treatment of wastewater.  WSA owns and operates 72 dams and related water supply channels and represents Saskatchewan on transboundary water issues.

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