Swift Current News

Cypress Health Region is making progress with its initiative to establish a wellness centre in Swift Current.

The arrival of spring signals the start of construction season in Saskatchewan, when many contractors will be breaking ground during excavations for a variety of projects.

The City of Swift Current received notice from the Saskatchewan Water Security Agency that Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada is increasing the water volumes being released from the Duncairn Dam Reservoir.

The City of Swift Current received notice from the Saskatchewan Water Security Agency that Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada is increasing the water volumes being released from the Duncairn Dam Reservoir.

The City of Swift Current will spend over $700,000 during the next year until the end of March 2014 on planning activities for the proposed integrated facility project.

This past winter which saw many temperature fluctuations, resulting in daytime melting conditions followed by freezing temperatures overnight, combined with wet streets during recent spring runoff have taken a toll on streets throughout the City.

While Canadian Red Cross is always making headlines for their important rescue efforts abroad, local branches of the organization are working hard to ensure even on a regional level, people in need are getting help.

On the scoreboard, it was an ugly end to a frustrating season for the Great Plains College SunDogs men’s basketball teams.

An annual list of best places to live in Canada was not very kind to Swift Current, as the city plunged more than 100 spots in the rankings.

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