The Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) is reminding travellers that the seasonal Chief Mountain, Alberta border crossing (AB Hwy 6) will remain closed until further notice.
- Chief Mountain border crossing remains closed due to COVID-19
- Alberta Provincial Rural Crime Watch Association outlines key points of defence
- Blood Tribe inspector speaks to Canadian police administrators about inequalities
- U of L researcher leading the fight against blackleg of potato
- Landowners worrying about prairie dog expansion from Grasslands National Park
The Alberta Provincial Rural Crime Watch Association (APRCWA) is well aware of the ever changing challenges and volume of illegal activity on private rural property.
Blood Tribe Police Service inspector Farica Prince has been in policing since 2001. In that time, she has been a constable for two different indigenous police services and was an instructional facilitator for the RCMP. She has seen a lot and is a strong advocate for racial and gender equalit…
The City of Swift Current is partnering with the Saskatchewan Health Authority to promote Bike Safety Week by offering an educational video and a fun contest.
The City of Swift Current is confident a project to upgrade a storm sewer main line underneath the railway tracks will make a real difference to downtown flooding problems during heavy rainfall events.
The following is a synopsis of calls for service for the dates indicated:
Dr. Michele Konschuh, a research associate in the Department of Biological Sciences, is leading a study to help ensure Alberta’s potato industry stays healthy, thanks to a three-year grant from the province’s Results Driven Agriculture Research (RDAR) fund and in-kind support from stakeholde…
With summer fast approaching and people spending more time outside amid the COVID-19 pandemic, Abell Pest Control sees an increase in tick activity across the country and the potential for an increase in the spread of Lyme disease.
Please find attached the latest Cattle Market Update for the week ending May 7. Highlights for the week include the following:
The Lyric Digital Stage Write Out Loud, beginning at 7 p.m., Wednesday, May 19, will present a number of readings by members of the Swift Current Prairie Quills Writers’ Group. Prairie Quills is celebrating its 20th year as an established group.
Canadian multi-faceted musician Phil X is no stranger to the rock and roll world! The Toronto-born artist has been a 'hired gun' and/or session guitarist and has performed on tour, working alongside some of the best in the business, including Alice Cooper and Chris Cornell. He also leads the…
The Lyric Theatre is continuing the success of its digital stage format with the launch of a new online Shakespeare series titled Brave New World.