Students at Swift Current Comprehensive High School (SCCHS) have a unique opportunity to experience the great Canadian outdoors by simply joining a club.
Organizers of the Block Parent Program in Swift Current is looking for more volunteers to provide a safety network for people in need on streets around the city.
The City of Swift Current plans to take on an additional $14.9 million in debt to finance infrastructure investment and to pay annexation compensation to the R.M. of Swift Current.
Two Swift Current businesses have made a significant financial commitment to the city’s centennial celebrations in 2014 by becoming major sponsors.
The Cypress Health Region held its first Rapid Process Improvement Workshop (RPIW) last week in an effort to improve health care service at a long-term care facility in Swift Current.
There is assistance available for people who feel they need help navigating the health-care system or who are seeking advice about how to lodge a complaint effectively when something has gone wrong.
The Government of Alberta has made a controversial move by creating a new Wetland Policy.