Starting March 2, people across Saskatchewan gott active and have the chance to log physical activity minutes for a chance to win $10,000 toward a community project designed to get kids moving more.
Under the guidance of Medical Health Officer Dr. David Torr, an outbreak has been declared at the Gull Lake Special Care Centre due to the presence of respiratory illness signs and symptoms amongst the facility’s long term care residents.
Friends helping friends; when an emergency situation arises and an ambulance is en route a First Responder can provide care, comfort, and potentially lifesaving emergency medical services (EMS) until the ambulance arrives.
The City of Swift Current Community Services Division would like to inform residents that the city’s outdoor rinks will be closed for the season effective Saturday, March 7.
For Deb Steinley and the other hard-working members of the Swift Current Skating Club, March 15 will be a culmination of a lot of diligence in order to pay tribute to a tradition of ice shows in the city.
The successful efforts of the Swift Current Creek Watershed Stewards (SCCWS) to control invasive plant species along the banks of the creek were highlighted at a recent workshop attended by prairie restoration experts and stakeholders from across North America.
A new report about the health status of mothers and their young children will assist the Cypress Health Region to provide support to families.