Ryan Dahlman

Ryan Dahlman

Managing Editor

The State of the City Post Budget Mayor’s Breakfast is an excellent opportunity for the public and the business community to talk about the City of Swift Current’s budget without interrupting the work day.

The statistics related by Stats Canada on Feb. 25 in regards to the number of reported cases of violence against women in Canada and particularly in Saskatchewan are troubling, but not exactly unexpected.

David Friesen knows what it takes to handle emergency situations.

Whenever one hears of companies supporting a cause, the most cynical of people will say it’s because of a company’s desire for the limelight without any real connection to the charity of choice.

“Keep Calm and Carry On” is a recognizable phrase which has its origin based in the British government’s way of trying to keep the public docile during the beginning of the Second World War.

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.

Weight restrictions on some of Saskatchewan’s highways will begin taking effect March 1, according to the Ministry of Highways and Infrastructure.

An active southeast Alberta conservation group is hosting its major fundraiser March 8 at the Cypress Centre.

The Burstall Bordertown Ladies Night Out Committee is lookingfor some help with the Burstall swimming pool fundraiser.

While it’s not happening until April 13-14, the inaugural Sunshine Skillet and Food Fair organizers need to know how many are coming to a professional celebration of food from southern Alberta and southwest Sask.

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