The much-anticipated 2016 Census was released by Statistics Canada yesterday, and with it, data that showed a jump in Swift Current’s population from 15,554 in 2011 to 16,604 in 2016 – an increase of 6.8%.
Gender diversity advocate Fran Forsberg of Saskatoon is using her own journey as a parent of gender creative children to increase awareness and understanding about the different ways of gender expression.
The purchase of a 3-D printer by the Swift Current Branch Library is opening up a new world of printing opportunities for library users.
An information session and demonstration of the new 3-D printer took place at the library Feb. 4.
The preparations are already under way to host the 2019 Western Canada Summer Games in Swift Current.
The February 15 Swift Current Broncos home game against the Regina Pats will feature a chance for fans to support the local SPCA animal shelter by bringing along a practical item for donation.
The annual wrestling tournament hosted by the Swift Current Titans Wrestling Club experienced another jump in attendance.
Swift Current Minor Baseball president Kevin Patenaude announces historic organizational name change.
The City of Swift Current is looking at the federal and provincial governments for financial support to carry out two infrastructure projects.
A public meeting took place in downtown Swift Current on Jan. 18 to provide residents with a final opportunity to take part in the consultation process for the development of a downtown master plan and to provide people with feedback on what the consultation team heard at previous events.