Matthew Liebenberg

Matthew Liebenberg


The Frontiers Days Centennial Homecoming weekend started on Thursday, June 26. One of the highlights of the day was the Kiddies Day Parade. Below are the judging results.

Pet Category: First: Sammy and Hunter Schmidt; Second: Abby Koot with Neptune the Dog; Third: Levi and Aleigha Holt with Tilly the Dog; Special Mention: Bianca and Sophia Olfert with Manny and Lady the Dogs.

Parade Theme:  First: Veda, Zoe, Isabelle Gottselig; Second: Kya Yates; Third: Ella Toles.

Rollerblades and Scooters: First: Deagan Nykolaishen; Second: Daisy and Daphne Dyck; Third: Luc Perrault.

Decorated Float: First: Owen Taylor; Second: William Prescesky; Third: Nate Jacobson; Special Mention: Izabella Green.

Decorated Bike (Boy): First: Liam Rayner; Second: Cash Macartney; Third: Robbie Macartney; Special Mention: Jackson Tuplin.

Decorated Bike (Girl): First: Macey Tuplin; Second: Kailey Akre; Third: Delaney Dyck; Special Mention: Skylar Vandendort.

Motorized Vehicles: First: Rent and William Noble; Second: Chaz Vandendort; Third: Mya and Tristian Shipley; Special Mention: Min Chisholm.

Costume: First: Carter, Ashton, and Jace Munro; Second: Slate Prefontaine; Third: Milan Yeo; Special Mention: Brielle, Eden, and Brinley.


The Long Day's Night Music Festival took place from June 19 to 22 in Swift Current in conjunction with the Windscape Kite Festival. The line-up included other award winning performers such as Regina indie pop band Library Voices, Calgary rock band The Dudes, and the JUNO award winner Corb Lund and his touring band, the Hurtin' Albertans. Pictured are the indie rock band League of Wolves and Nova Scotia band The Stanfields on Friday evening, June 20. 


Some of my best memories about living in Toronto involves the countless hours exploring the many ravines in Canada’s largest city.


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Swift Current Skate Camp, June 11, 2014

City of Swift Current Community Services hosted a skate camp for youths between the ages of five and 17 years at the Kiwanis Sk8 Park on June 11. There was a good turnout at the event with 29 registered participants. They were able to learn new tricks and skills from local skate instructors and there was also a barbeque.


The 13th annual Relay for Life in Swift Current raised over $60,000 for the fight against cancer.

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