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Alberta's Transboundary Water Agreements

Landscape with river running through Hilly landscape River and trees

In Alberta water management does not end at the province’s borders. The Government of Alberta’s various transboundary water agreements involve the Government of Canada, as well as the provinces of British Columbia, Saskatchewan, and the Northwest Territories. Alberta (i.e. Canada) also has water agreement with the State of Montana (i.e. the United States).

Alberta works with its national and international neighbours to manage its water resources to meet its obligations to its neighbours, as well as receive its entitlements from its neighbours. Part of this work involves participating on water boards as defined in the agreements.

Alberta map of areas covered by Transboundary Water Agreements

 

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Updated: Dec 15, 2015