Farica Prince’s career in Canadian police has last 19 years.
- Chinook reports Thursday night about COVID cases in Ponteix School and the SC Comp.
- Donations to Nature Conservancy of Canada on Giving Tuesday will be matched
- Temporary disruption to Herbert emergency services
- Prince’s policing career has protected civilians and Indigenous rights
- Students in agri-food programs have an opportunity at wanting to earn a scholarship
Applications for the SouthGrow Agri-Food Futures Scholarship are now available for those attending the two largest post-secondary schools in southwest Alberta.
Besides the horrible human cost, it has been turbulent times for business in Alberta as government, private businesses and the public as expectations, rules and regulations change as those affected by COVID seems to increase.
Please be advised of the temporary disruption to emergency services at the Herbert and District Integrated Facility effective November 27 until further notice.
Fundraising efforts for a new community hall in Fox Valley received a good boost with a very successful three-week online auction that helped to bring the dream of a new communal gathering space another step closer.
The Salvation Army’s annual Christmas campaign in Swift Current is looking quite different this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but the organization will continue to assist those in need.
Annual list by Charity Intelligence examines return on investment for each dollar donated Canadian Foodgrains Bank is pleased to announce its inclusion as a Top 10 Impact Charity by Charity Intelligence Canada for 2020. “This repeated public affirmation of our work, and the work of our membe…
The Producer Town Hall will feature an overview of the work done by ABP this year, presentations from our national organizations and a question and answer period. For those unable to attend, the town hall will be recorded and available to stream online.
Officials at the MD of Taber know how difficult it has been this year.
Valerie J. Korinek is a historian and Vice Dean of Faculty Relations at the College of Arts and Science, University of Saskatchewan.
An old newspaper clipping about a mysterious historical event in the Peace River area of Alberta became the starting point for a Swift Current author’s debut novel.
The annual branding of calves is an integral part of community life in rural Saskatchewan that continues from generation to generation.