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As the Covid 19 pandemic sweeps across the economy, the yardstick of real estate activity has not been affected in a major way in Swift Current, according to statistics released from the Saskatchewan Realtors® Association for the first half of 2020.

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Recreational boaters and the general public are urgently advised to heed safety signage and protective buoys surrounding the Gardiner Dam spillway at Lake Diefenbaker.

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​Please be advised that emergency services at the Leader and District Integrated Healthcare Facility resumed effective July 1 at 8 a.m.

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The Saskatchewan NDP is pushing for a Sask-First procurement model to ensure that Saskatchewan workers and companies get the chance to build Saskatchewan infrastructure. The latest call comes in response to a letter by SaskPower’s President and CEO dated April 7, 2020, which stated that less…

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The Swift Current RCMP municipal detachment has not experienced a significant change in calls for service since the implementation of public health measures to reduce the risk of COVID-19 infection, but officers had to carry out some additional duties in relation to the pandemic.

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The City of Swift Current’s Bylaw Enforcement Department would like to advise community members that two-hour timed parking enforcement will return to Downtown Swift Current beginning Monday, June 15th. Enforcement had been waived for several months in conjunction with the COVID-19 pandemic,…

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The City of Swift Current’s Community Services Division is pleased to announce details of their 2020 summer programming for kids and families. Programs will begin on Monday, July 6th and run until Friday, August 21st. 

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The City of Swift Current’s Community Services Division is pleased to announce that three of its outdoor recreation facilities will be open to the public beginning Monday, June 8th, following closures due to the COVID-19 pandemic. These facilities are: The Kiwanis Sk8 Park located in Riverde…

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The House of Commons held limited sittings on Monday and Tuesday before resuming the Special Committee on the COVID-19 Pandemic on Wednesday. Jeremy Patzer, Member of Parliament for Cypress Hills—Grasslands joined a limited number of his Conservative colleagues in Ottawa for these three days…