The Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) Criminal Investigations Unit has laid two charges under the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act after officers found a woman concealed in a truck compartment at the Carway port of entry.

The City of Swift Current Community Services Department is excited to offer three free fantastic programs again this summer for children and youth. These programs include Families in the Park, the Parks Play Program, and the Hub Youth Program.

Health officials are reminding people to take precautions following confirmation of the province’s first fatal case of hantavirus in 2014.  The death occurred in an adult from southern Saskatchewan. 

Tuesday, 24 June 2014 09:08

Traffic law changes take effect this week

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Saskatchewan Government Insurance (SGI) is reminding motorists that new traffic laws take effect in the province on June 27, just in time for the Canada Day long weekend.

It takes almost a year prior to plan the Harlan Taylor Run in Raymond that’s set for June 28.  So far the planning is going well and the community along with the event planners are excited to host this annual event.

With parking expected to be at a premium during Saturday, June 28’s massive Centennial Celebrations, the City of Swift Current is pleased to announce that it will be offering free-of-charge Park & Ride and Late Night Bus services to residents and visitors.

A Grade 10 student from Kate Andrews High School in Coaldale has been selected to a provincial basketball team for some of the top young talent in the sport.

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