In its third update to the 2014 Canadian Drilling Activity Forecast, released today, the Petroleum Services Association of Canada (PSAC) expects to see 11,460 wells (rig releases) to be drilled across Canada this year.

Dog enthusiasts will have an opportunity this weekend to celebrate the recent progress with the development of an off-leash dog park in Swift Current and to learn more about future plans.

(CNW) The Canadian Grain Commission (CGC) is providing notice to grain producers and industry stakeholders that the variety registration for Sceptre, a Canada Western Amber Durum variety, will be cancelled effective October 24, 2014 by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency.

The Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) reminds travellers to plan ahead this civic holiday weekend. The CBSA is expecting higher traffic volumes throughout the weekend and into Monday.

When a post-secondary institution can say it successfully has all of its students from a program garner employment, that is the ultimate in success.

Great Plains College SunDogs Athletics is hosting a Volleyball Scouting Camp for potential student-athletes who are interested in becoming a SunDog and attending college in Swift Current.

Swift Current residents will soon be seeing an additional cost on their utility bills due to the implementation of an automated refuse collection system in the city.

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