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Wednesday, 19 December 2012 15:24

Positive economic outlook for Swift Current

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The local economy in Swift Current has experienced a strong year with a record number of building permits issued and ongoing interest in industrial lots.

Thirteen Saskatchewan lawyers have been honoured with Queen's Counsel (Q.C.) appointments including Swift Current's Foster Tessem.


The Swift Current RCMP is planning to keep impaired drivers off the road during this festive season. Staff Sgt. Al MacDonell of the Swift Current City RCMP is hoping that people will act responsibly when they go out to celebrate during this Christmas period.

If you do not want a disruption in the delivery of your mail in Swift Current during the winter months, you better keep that snow shovel and bag of salt ready.

This weekend there will be a RCMP roadblock in Swift Current where motorists will not be asked for their driver’s licences, but if they want to make a food donation to the Salvation Army.

More details about the vision for an integrated facility in Swift Current were presented during an information session at the Credit Union iplex Dec. 6.

An American hunter pleaded guilty to four charges under the Saskatchewan Wildlife Act and Regulations and was fined $7,139 in provincial court in Swift Current.

The City of Swift Current will implement a 4.9 per cent electrical rate increase in the New Year in accordance with a similar increase by SaskPower.

Swift Current Mayor Jerrod Schafer has been elected Vice-Chair of the Saskatchewan City Mayors Caucus (CMC).

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