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In recognition of the importance of Saskatchewan’s recreation, leisure and parks, the Government of Saskatchewan has once again proclaimed June as “Recreation and Parks Month” in Saskatchewan.  

Doc’s Town will open for the season on Sunday, June 17. Country Pleasures Tea Room is hosting its traditional Fathers’ Day event Sundae Sunday starting at 1 p.m. The day’s special will be a variety of ice cream treats. 

The second annual truth and reconciliation event in Swift Current will focus on the need for families to heal from the trauma of the past.

The City of Swift Current will go ahead with an unplanned project in the 2018 capital budget to make use of an opportunity to pave the access and other roads at the Swift Current Airport.

More residential lots will become available in the Saskatchewan Valley residential subdivision after the completion of grading and deep utilities work.

Delegates from the provinces and territories had their first opportunity to have a look at the city where the 2019 Western Canada Summer Games (WCSG) will take place.

North American society is constantly bombarded by media images and are surrounded by delicious looking food.

Saskatchewan scores a hat trick as Sportsnet and Scotiabank revealed today that the 19th edition of Scotiabank Hockey Day in Canada will take place in Swift Current on Saturday, Feb. 9, 2019, bringing Canada’s biggest single-day hockey celebration to Saskatchewan for the third time.

The following is a synopsis of calls for service for the dates indicated by the Swift Current Municipal RCMP:

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