There is a noted increase in respiratory activity in the Cypress Health Region, including influenza. The general public is being reminded to take precautions and implement safeguards to protect themselves and those around them.
The much-anticipated 2016 Census was released by Statistics Canada yesterday, and with it, data that showed a jump in Swift Current’s population from 15,554 in 2011 to 16,604 in 2016 – an increase of 6.8%.
Gender diversity advocate Fran Forsberg of Saskatoon is using her own journey as a parent of gender creative children to increase awareness and understanding about the different ways of gender expression.
The purchase of a 3-D printer by the Swift Current Branch Library is opening up a new world of printing opportunities for library users.
An information session and demonstration of the new 3-D printer took place at the library Feb. 4.
A major sporting event is making a return to Special Areas after being on hiatus since April 2013.On March 25, the Joel Kelts Memorial Boxing Card takes place and the previous cards’ organizer is back, ready to lead a group of boxers, albeit green ones, back into the ring.
Local Remax Realtor, homebrewer, Craft Beer advocate and event organizer Michael Glynn Macdonald is excited to announce the Brooks Beer Bonanza is back for another year.