Saskatchewan Resources Development Association 1946-

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Saskatchewan Resources Development Association 1946-

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Saskatchewan Resources Development Association (SRDA)was formed in 1946 and played a major role in the development, control and utilization of natural resources in Saskatchewan, particularly water. One of the prime objectives of the Association was realized with the completion of the Gardiner Dam in 1967 which created Diefenbaker Lake. New aims and objectives were adopted in 1969 the most important of which was to form and assist regional resource groups. To that end, the SRDA worked closely with the Qu'Appelle Valley Development Association and helped create the Moose Jaw-Souris and the Lower Saskatchewan Basin Association.

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