The City of Swift Current, in partnership with the Cypress Health Region and Bright Beginnings Family Centre, is hosting a Bike Safety event on Wednesday, May 18th at ACT Park from 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. There will be a bike rodeo including helmet and bike inspections, safety awareness and fun cycling activities to take part in, followed by guided bike rides.

Effective immediately, the province is applying a fire ban across Alberta.

The outbreak, due to lab-confirmed norovirus at the Palliser Regional Care Centre (PRCC) and at the Cypress Regional Hospital, has been rescinded and visitation at the facility has resumed.

A collaborative investigation between ALERT and the Medicine Hat Remand Centre has identified two people suspected of sending methamphetamine-laced Christmas cards to inmates.

When Earl’s announced it could not find a large and consistent enough supply of Canadian beef that met its criteria, there was a quick and emotional backlash. Yet, Earl’s sourcing decision also highlights Canada’s need for a more diversified beef system that would create more value for both farmers and consumers.

Thursday, 05 May 2016 11:04

Reducing disease risks in cattle herds

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Preventing and managing diseases within your cattle herd is important for herd health, production and profitability. 

Over the summer and fall of 2015, filmmaker Scott Parker travelled nearly 30,000 km making 10 short films and teaching community filmmaking workshops along the way.

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