If you look real close the next time you are in a supermarket checkout line or a store which sells magazines, you may recognize Cabri native and current Redcliff resident Rondi Neuven.
- Mentorship program helps young rancher to follow his passion
- Redcliff resident and Cabri native on the cover of Woman’s World
- Community Foundations launches 2021 with grant funding opportunities
- Opponent to the proposed Grassy Mountain Pipeline Project says there is too much at stake with minimum benefits
- Saskatchewan Health Authority confident in current COVID-19 assessment protocols for healthcare workers
Southwest Alberta's Community Foundation kicked off an expected busy 2021 with the launching of three grant programs last week.
The Grassy Mountain Coal Project has been getting a lot of attention in recent days as the federal hearings (the Joint Regulatory Hearing Process) on the project which allowed both proponents and opponents to the proposed open-pit, metallurgical coal mine (which is used in the production of …
The City of Swift Current’s review of the existing policy for council remuneration and meetings was completed with the final vote at a regular council meeting, Jan. 11.
The City of Swift Current will continue the partnership with the Swift Current 57’s baseball club for the lease of Mitchell Field.
Great Plains College, in partnership with the Southwest Literacy Committee, will celebrate Family Literacy Day on January 27. A week-long celebration with different activities has been planned from January 24 to 31 and more. The 2021 theme is “Travel the World Together”.
A mentorship program for young producers provides a valuable opportunity to Swift Current rancher Scott Gerbrandt to learn more about the beef industry and build connections with others who share his passion.
Please find attached the latest Cattle Market Update for the week ending January 15, 2021. Highlights for the week include:
The pandemic was undoubtedly the single biggest shock to the Canadian agriculture and food industry in 2020, and its impact will have some lasting effects, according to Farm Credit Canada’s (FCC) economics team.
Leader musician Berkley Jodoin received an $18,000 Indigenous Peoples Art and Artists grant from SK Arts to create a full-length album of original songs, while bringing light to the suicide crisis that communities have been experiencing.
A new fine art course in Swift Current provided a unique hands-on opportunity for participants to learn more about bronze casting.
Kyle artist Milan Gerza has been expressing his creative vision as a sculptor in a series of wood carvings over the past 15 years.