Increased success always brings new challenges and for Jim Groom, co-ordinator for the criminal justice program at the Medicine Hat College, one of them is finding enough room for all the students.
Swift Current area residents received an update from SaskPower about the Crown corporation’s plans for a sustainable electricity future during a public meeting at the Credit Union iplex.
The SWAC district cross country championships scheduled for Wed Oct 5 at Grasslands National Park have been cancelled due to the large amount of rainfall and impassable roads.
"With the recent tragedies in the province, SGI and Saskatchewan law enforcement are putting additional focus on impaired driving,” Minister responsible for SGI Joe Hargrave said. “Too many people are needlessly killed or injured due to impaired driving and it has to stop. Don’t risk your life or the lives of others. Always plan a safe ride home.”
Here's the official statement from Premier Brad Wall regarding the Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's announcement this Morning to impose a carbon tax:
The Swift Current Comp. Ardens battled through a cold and wet day in Moose Jaw to clinch top spot in the Moose Jaw High School Soccer League regular season for a 12th straight season.
A star-studded hockey game will be played at the Credit Union iPlex on Friday, March 10, 2017 as a fundraiser for the Saskatchewan Hockey Hall of Fame and the Safe Places – Youth Certified program.