The Greater Saskatoon Chamber of Commerce (The Chamber) announced today that Darla Lindbjerg has been hired as its new Chief Executive Officer (CEO). She is expecting to begin her role on May 1.
The Ministry of Parks, Culture and Sport will be launching its provincial park campsite reservation system for the 2017 summer season on Tuesday, April 4. The launch will be staggered, with different parks opening for reservations over a 10 day period.
Police issued 398 tickets for failing to wear a seatbelt or properly secure children in vehicles during last month's traffic safety spotlight on occupant safety.
The Swift Current Broncos squared off against the Moose Jaw Warriors for Game Two of their best-of-seven set on Saturday night at Mosaic Place. It was a tense hockey game that had scoring chances, hard hits and hustle from both teams but the Broncos were edged 3-2.
The City of Swift Current’s Planning & Growth Development Division is seeking input from the community regarding the drafted Preliminary Policies document for the City’s Official Community Plan.
The contractor is advising motorists and the commercial trucking industry of a bridge closure on Hwy 1 east of Swift Current (city limits), beginning Saturday, March 25. The original start date of March 4 was pushed back due to contractor delays.