SW Sask News

You and your group of lifelong friends are out for a few drinks. One of your buddies grabs their keys and is about to drive home.
Do you say anything, or do you just let them go? It is something SGI is asking everyone in Saskatchewan to think about.

While an incidence of sylvatic plague has been found in the Grasslands National Park, the park remains open to visitors. Parks Canada announced last week that the death of one black-tailed prairie dog at the Broken Hills prairie dog colony in Grasslands National Park was a result of sylvatic plague, which is a naturally occurring disease in wildlife.


Only you can prevent wildfires has been a popular slogan since 1944. 

Swift Current Rural RCMP is investigating a series of property crimes that have occurred in the last week, including a vehicle theft on July 23, of a 2002 F350 Super Duty, white in colour with beige on the bottom half.
 

The Dominion Bond Rating Service (DBRS) has assigned a Short-Term Issuer and a Short-Term Instruments rating of R-1 (low) to Innovation Credit Union with a Stable trend.

A growing number of healthcare organizations, including the Cypress Health Region, are using Telehealth videoconferencing technology to increase access to care for their patients, reduce costs and wait times, improve patient outcomes, and enhance the overall patient experience.

Today, Statistics Canada released its report on police-reported crime in 2016. While it shows Saskatchewan was at, or near the top in some key categories last year, RCMP “F” Division is able to provide updated numbers that highlight some emerging, positive trends in RCMP jurisdiction.

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