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Tags: St. Mary River

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June 16, 2020

Description

This infographic provides a visual representation of Canadian and American entitlements to water on the St. Mary and Milk rivers.


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January 1, 2006

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The International Joint Commission (IJC) held four public information sessions in July 2004 to gather information on issues surrounding the sharing of the Milk and St. Mary rivers between Canada and the United States.


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August 1, 2004

Description

In 2003, the governor of the state of Montana sent a letter to the american Section of the IJC requesting that it review the 1921 Order respecting the measurement and apportionment of the St. Mary and Milk Rivers. In January 2004, the Governor of the State of Montana, at the request of the IJC,...


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August 1, 2004

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Information on the water management operations of Alberta Environment, assigned with the responsibility of managing, operating and maintaining the provincially-owned water management infrastructure.


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January 1, 2004

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In 1921, the IJC issued an Order establishing a set of rules under which the measurement and apportionment of water from the St. Mary and Milk Rivers would be made by an Accredited Officer from each country. Based upon the certainty provided by the 1921 Order, Alberta has made significant...


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October 1, 2002

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The sharing of waters of the South Saskatchewan River Basin is governed by two interprovincial and international treaties. A number of rules and guidelines and a large number of monitoring sites to are used to facilitate the computation of natural flows and to ensure that water-sharing agreements...


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January 1, 2002

Description

Includes irrigation and non-irrigation season natural flow volumes for the St. Mary River at the International Boundary along with Canadian (Alberta) and U.S. entitlements and the flow actually received by Canada.