Swift Current News

On Friday, May 17 at approximately 10 p.m., a jogger was hit from behind while crossing the intersection at 3rd NE and Cheadle Street East by the Swift Current Fire Hall.

The norovirus outbreak at the Swift Current Care Centre is over.

The Saskatchewan Ministry of Education has allocated and is funding 45 new children spaces for Swift Current. The Early Years Centre will be open extended hours: early mornings, evenings, and weekends.  Subsidized spaces will be available.

The Cypress Health Region will be installing a new state of the art Computed Tomography (CT) scanner at the Cypress Regional Hospital, and as a result will see a major technology enhancement for the Medical Imaging service and the patients it serves.

City mayors and senior administrators from across the province were in Swift Current last week to attend a meeting of the Saskatchewan City Mayors Caucus (CMC).

With nearly half of the students enrolled at Swift Current’s Maverick High School participating in Outdoor Education, it's no wonder the program is thriving.

The family medicine cabinet is becoming a new source of drugs for people struggling with addiction issues.

Many Swift Current residents have never experienced a Saskatchewan Summer Games in their own community, but this might soon change.

This past week there has been a problem with garbage pick-up on the south side of the City of Swift Current due to the lack of equipment and manpower by the City’s contractor Waste Management.

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