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Join the International Souris River Board for a June 25 Public Meeting in Regina, Saskatchewan


The public is invited to hear from the International Souris River Board on the evening of Tuesday, June 25. There will be a presentation by co-chairs on the board and its activities, followed by time for people to ask questions and provide comments.  


The public meeting is from 6-8 p.m. (CST) at the Holiday Inn & Suites, 1800 Prince of Wales Drive, in Regina, Saskatchewan. The option to attend the meeting virtually is also available.  


The board asks those interested in attending in person or online to register here. 


When you register, please indicate if you plan to attend in person or participate online. You may submit a question or comment for the board during the registration process. There also will be an opportunity for input during the meeting. Registration and submitting questions in advance is requested to help with the board’s preparation for the event. 


The Souris River originates in Saskatchewan before winding its way through North Dakota and Manitoba to join the Assiniboine River. The International Souris River Board monitors water quality, aquatic ecosystem health and flow issues, and reports on the apportionment of water between Canada and the United States. The board, appointed by the International Joint Commission, includes a Public Outreach and Advisory Committee, Indigenous Advisory Committee and other groups. 


More information on the board is available at 



International Souris River Board 

Brent Hanson, US Secretary, email 

Brianna Vaagen, Canadian Secretary, email