The Swift Current & District Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce that Clayton Wicks will be joining us as the Chief Executive Officer.
Fans now have two new ways to watch the world’s best women’s curling teams battle for gold next March in Swift Current.
The Government of Saskatchewan is pleased to announce a new $1.275 million agreement for the development of a long-term, full-service, seasonal campground at Saskatchewan Landing Provincial Park.
MNP, in support of the Farm Credit Canada (FCC) Drive Away Hunger Program, has raised a grand total of 39,040.70 pounds in food and cash donations for folks across Saskatchewan through their various Saskatchewan offices.
On Oct. 20, Agriculture Minister Lyle Stewart introduced amendments to The Saskatchewan Farm Security Act. The legislative amendments will clarify who can own farmland and will provide the Farm Land Security Board (FLSB) with more authority to enforce the Act.
Those travelling on the TransCanada highway about 10 kilometres east of Tilley around 11:30 a.m. Oct.15 would have seen something rather unique.
Two events in 2015 for the Alberta Wish Ride plus other donations turned into a large donation to the Children’s Wish Foundation recently.