Swift Current News

A handful of people from across southwest Saskatchewan braved the slippery roads Nov. 16 during the area’s first major snowfall to participate in a rally against rapid oil sands development and pipeline expansions.

The redevelopment of three school and three health sites during the next few years is a key priority of the City of Swift Current’s new housing plan.

There was a lot of talk about political change at a recent fundraiser for the federal New Democratic Party (NDP) in Swift Current.

Swift Current Fire Chief Denis Pilon is concerned over the lack of a helicopter landing pad at the Cypress Regional Hospital.

The Swift Current region’s long history of involvement with Canadian military efforts is remembered in a new video that was officially released shortly before Remembrance Day.

Enjoying the Grey Cup final on Nov. 24 will feel even better at the End Zone Party in Swift Current to raise funds to put an end to Type 1 diabetes and juvenile arthritis.

The Redneck Betties are already a popular attraction on the roller derby track and in the near future the team is also set to become stars on the big screen.

The Registered Music Teachers of Swift Current are celebrating Canada Music Week by hosting several events throughout the city. Canada Music Week runs from Nov. 17-23, and is a national celebration of Canadian music, composition, and performance.

It was announced recently that P3A Architecture was the recipient of the 2013 Award of Excellence in the Premier’s Awards of Excellence in Design-Interior Design Category.

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