Swift Current News

The team working towards transitioning the health system to a single Provincial Health Authority (PHA) has announced that Dr. Kevin Wasko, a family physician practising in the Cypress Health Region, has agreed to participate in the work being completed. 

The City of Swift Current is looking for feedback from residents on the preliminary policies that were developed to update the official community plan.

Friday, April 7, the Lyric Theatre hosts the lovely and talented Pharis and Jason Romero.

The Swift Current SPCA Bookstore plays an important role in the fundraising efforts for the animal shelter, but without the support of volunteers it will be impossible to keep the store open.

Along with the release of the provincial budget last week, came an announcement that Liam Choo-Foo, Director of Education for Chinook, has been named Chief Project Officer for provincial initiatives.

Round One between the Swift Current Broncos and Moose Jaw Warriors shifted back to Speedy Creek in front of an electric sold out crowd at the Innovation Credit Union i-Plex on Tuesday night. Pivotal goals in the final minutes of regulation proved costly as the Broncos lost Game 3 by a score of 4-3 and now trail the best-of-seven series two games to one.

Swift Current City Council last night passed a motion to allocate funds for the purchase of new, cloud-based Utility and Financial Management software.

The Greater Saskatoon Chamber of Commerce (The Chamber) announced today that Darla Lindbjerg has been hired as its new Chief Executive Officer (CEO). She is expecting to begin her role on May 1.

The Swift Current Broncos squared off against the Moose Jaw Warriors for Game Two of their best-of-seven set on Saturday night at Mosaic Place. It was a tense hockey game that had scoring chances, hard hits and hustle from both teams but the Broncos were edged 3-2.

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