Swift Current News

Great Plains College was able to raise more than $10,000 for the welding program after a successful Acklands-Grainger Carhartts & Caviar welding showcase and auction Feb. 28.

The Swift Current Abilities Council will continue to operate the city's Recycle Depot for another year, after renewing their agreement with City Council at their meeting on March 4.

Two Hundred and Fifty individuals participated in Swift Current’s very first Wellness Challenge, January 14 to February 14. 

The Great Plains College and Service Canada’s Connection to Careers Come and Go Job Fair is an excellent opportunity for the college’s students to perhaps get a starting point in mapping out their work future.

The City of Swift Current officials anticipate local recycling efforts will benefit from the implementation of a province-wide multi-material recycling program (MMRP).

A new concession in Riverside Park will provide ice cream and other refreshments to visitors who are out enjoying one of Swift Current’s largest green space areas this summer.

The Great Plains College and Service Canada’s Connection to Careers Come and Go Job Fair is an excellent opportunity for the college’s students to perhaps get a starting point in mapping out their work future.

Tuesday, 26 February 2013 06:03

Council approves funding for all-weather track

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A partnership between the City of Swift Current and the Chinook School Division will result in the construction of the only all-weather track in southwest Saskatchewan.

Tickets are still available for Thursday’s Acklands-Grainger Carhartts and Caviar fundraiser at Great Plains College (129 - 2nd Ave. NE).

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