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The Swift Current SPCA is looking to celebrate pets and families with a new summer event to be held on Sunday, Aug. 21 in Riverside Park on the south side.

The Dr. Noble Irwin Regional Healthcare Foundation is still raising funds to equip the Meadows, even though the first group of residents already moved into the new long-term care facility in Swift Current in early June.

The Medicine Hat and District Health Foundation was the beneficiary of a June 10 fashion and talent show at the Liquid Niteclub in Medicine Hat.

Thursday, 09 June 2016 10:31

Eating disorder group for Albertans now open

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Eating disorders affect up to 5% of the total population and have the highest mortality rate of any mental illness, and yet they continue to be shrouded in shame, secrecy and stigma.

Wednesday, 01 June 2016 13:17

Gutsy Walks scheduled for Swift Current June 5

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Do you have what it takes to make it stop? On Sunday, June 5, a Crohn’s and Colitis Canada Gutsy Walk will be held in Swift Current at Riverside Park in conjunction with Picnic in the Park. 

Gutsy Walk is a national fundraiser for the fight against the debilitating disease of Crohn's and Colitis which effects an estimated 1 in 150 Canadians. This will be the 21st year the event has been held nationally. Medicine Hat and Swift Current are no different with June 5 walks in each community.

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