The members of the Swift Current Seniors Activity Centre are looking for community support to keep the doors of their facility open.
A landmark moment in the creation of Canada’s medicare system happened 70 years ago when Swift Current Health Region No. 1 started to provide medical services on July 1, 1946.
The proponents of a $90 million community-owned wind and solar energy project for the Swift Current area are hoping that the information provided at a public meeting on July 11 at the Credit Union iplex will spark interest from individuals and landowners.
An initiative by the non-profit organization Southwest Youth Emergency Shelter (YES) to create an emergency shelter for homeless youth in southwest Saskatchewan has become a reality through the support of the community.
The City of Swift Current has approved an updated concept plan for the Springs Valley area that will make land available for multi-family residential development.
SaskWater tabled its 2015-16 annual report with the Saskatchewan Legislative Assembly Clerks office today. Titled, Your Partner in Water: Building Infrastructure, the annual report provides an overview of the year’s activities and delivers the Crown corporation’s financial statements.
On July 13, SaskTel reported 2015/16 net income of $126.7 million and operating revenues of $1,574.4 million. Net income increased due to a 2.2 per cent growth in revenue, a 0.6 per cent decline in operating expenses, and an additional three operating months as a result of a change in SaskTel’s year end from December 31 to March 31.