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Saskatchewan has the highest crime rate in the country per capita.

Thursday, 16 June 2011 09:03

City-owned buildings will get new roofs

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Council passed support for two City-owned buildings to see roof rehabilitation, at its June 13 meeting.

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Representatives from the City of Swift Current met with other municipal leaders at the Federation of Canadian Municipalities’ (FCM) conference in Halifax, June 3-6.

CNW - The CAW has issued its 72-hour strike notice to Air Canada, setting the stage for a possible work stoppage commencing Monday night at 11:59 p.m., should the two sides not come to an agreement.

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Saskatchewan's top provincial politician knows the importance of free-flowing trade to the economy.

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Premier Brad Wall is happy with his government’s record on dealing with labour despite two unions implementing job action.

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The final legislative session before the 2011 provincial election was beneficial for the people of Saskatchewan, according to Premier Brad Wall.

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Saskatchewan communities are trend leaders in projects using innovation and enterprise. On May 13, the annual Saskatchewan Municipal Awards ceremony celebrated some of the best and brightest of these, including environmentally friendly improvements for recreational facilities; engaging youth; taking pride in preserving the past; employing municipal cooperation to create a joint sanitation system; and finding common interests in improving healthcare services through providing a residence for doctors and students.

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The Swift Current and District Chamber of Commerce announced the hosting of an all candidate political forum for the upcoming federal general election on May 2, 2011. The forum is open to the general public of the Cypress Hills-Grasslands electoral district at no charge and will commence at 7:00 p.m. in the Sky Centre at Living Sky Casino located at 1401 N. Service Road E., Swift Current on April 20, 2011. For more information regarding the forum, please contact the Swift Current & District Chamber of Commerce at 306-773-7268.

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Support for a 24-hour commercial port for southwest Saskatchewan has come from the U.S.

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