Community Foundations Canada (CFC) has partnered with the Government of Canada to support social finance/social enterprise across the country, according to a recent media release. The Government of Canada has provided $18.5 million to CFC, as part of their larger $50 million Investment Readi…
The Brooks Bandits of the Alberta Junior Hockey League (AJHL) are pleased to announce that the organization has donated $11,527.23 in profits from its annual Charity Jersey Auction to the Brooks Legion No. 63.
Hands-on learning can definitely complement what is being taught from the textbook. Grade 9 math students at Parkside School have recently spent a few weeks doing just that as they worked at putting together designs for a new school for the community.
The Swift Current Municipal RCMP are seeking the public’s assistance with the following incident:
The Good Foundation is trying to make a difference in the southwest part of Saskatchewan. It is a registered charity organization which has its ties in Maple Creek and surrounding area. Much of the work involves education and attention to social and mental health issues. Their mantra is to …
The annual increase in the federal government’s charge on carbon pollution will result in higher electric rates for Swift Current residents and businesses.
Taber Foodgrains Project 2019 raised $192,000, breaking their previous total of $185,000.
Pattison Agriculture is pleased to announce the appointment of Doug Tibben as President.
Val Marie Rancher Sherri Grant has been educating consumers about beef production for three decades to help them understand and appreciate where their food comes from.
A stellar line-up of Spring 2020 concerts will usher in a new decade of unforgettable live music at the Empress Theatre in Fort Macleod. Not only is the Empress a nostalgic piece of local history, it is home to a Centre Stage Series, theatrical releases and live theatre.
Multi award-winning Canadian singer-songwriter and pianist Laila Biali will be Swift Current Feb. 15.
Swift Current children’s book author Jessica Williams has written a colourful new story for young children that touches on the issues of inclusion and empathy, and learning not to make assumptions about the abilities of others.