People braved bitterly cold weather with a wind chill of -33 degrees Celsius to welcome the Canadian Pacific (CP) Holiday Train to Swift Current, Dec. 6. This is the 18th year that the CP Holiday Train is travelling to communities across Canada and the United States to raise awareness and support for local food banks.

Wednesday, 07 December 2016 14:36

Foresters help out Dorie’s House

Written by

A group of volunteers from the Swift Current Foresters, assembled 165 bags of toiletries for use by young people who will be staying at Dorie’s House, an emergency shelter for homeless youth in Swift Current.

Wednesday, 07 December 2016 14:24

TMD looking to harvest success after year of hard work

Written by

No resting on one’s laurels, especially when just starting out in business.

Wednesday, 07 December 2016 14:22

Alberta Agriculture reports decent 2016 crop

Written by

The harvest season for 2016 was one of the longest ones on record. Some producers began harvest operations in the first week of August and were unable to complete it until the end of November, due to cool wet weather that delayed harvest progress.

Canadian Forces Base (CFB) Suffield is expanding access within its Range and Training Area to support the Government of Alberta’s annual Elk Herd Reduction Program.

A coalition of civil society organizations and individuals have launched an online consultation initiative - SaskForward - in response to the “transformational change” promised by the Saskatchewan government.

If you want to learn more about your family history, but do not know where to start, the Swift Current Genealogical Society might be a good place to begin that search.

Page 110 of 748