The Saskatchewan Centre for Cyclotron Sciences (Cyclotron), which produces radioisotopes, has reduced wait times to one week for patients in the province requiring PET-CT scans.  This information was announced by Premier Brad Wall today at an event at the Cyclotron in Saskatoon.

In an effort to promote and support safety in the workplace, the Regional Safety Committee (RSC) of Swift Current has donated $500 toward entrance scholarships at Great Plains College.

The Swift Current Safe Places Committee is extremely pleased to announce that 1,000 individuals have become Safe Places – Youth Certified in our community as of July 1.

Construction continues to progress on a $12 million expansion project that will result in the complete integration of health services in Leader. The project site is a busy area of activity with noticeable construction elements being completed each day.

Modern, efficient community infrastructure contributes to a high quality of life by helping connect people to jobs, improve water systems, and support new business opportunities. Investing in infrastructure is vital to creating middle class jobs today and sustained economic growth for years to come.

Following are the Canada 150 Frontier Days Parade winners (Theme: Celebrate the Cowboy Way):

Historian and author Anne Hamre has a unique way of celebrating Canada’s grand 150th anniversary, with a historical story.

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