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Finesse versus force will be the signs in federal battle

Posted on 20 September 2022

By Ryan Dahlman It is going to be a battle for Pierre Elliott Trudeau’s son hasn’t faced since the Parliamentary Brawl (for charity) versus then… Read More »

Awareness week gives recognition to role of SaskAbilities support workers

Posted on 31 August 2022

By Matthew Liebenberg mliebenberg@prairiepost.com SaskAbilities Awareness Week was celebrated in Swift Current from Aug. 21-27 to highlight the organization's role in the community. The official… Read More »

Alberta RCMP Federal Policing warns public of Ponzi scheme posing as a Aweunion commission app

Posted on 16 March 2022

The Alberta RCMP Integrated Market Enforcement Team (IMET) is warning the public of an online Ponzi scheme. The scam promises individuals a return on investments… Read More »

From dark to light: Calgary’s Rothney Observatory celebrates 50th Anniversary while facing bright future 

Posted on 2 March 2022

Is light a good thing? Most people do but when it comes to astronomy, the exact opposite is true. Calgary’s Rothney Observatory located 10 minutes… Read More »

What to do: consumers caught in the middle of (some) truckers’ vaccination fight

Posted on 26 January 2022

While some Albertans, Canadians roll their eyes at the idea of the Freedom Convoy, which took off from B.C. on Jan. 22. The idea of… Read More »

Trans-Mountain pipeline holds strong

Posted on 26 January 2022

Editor: Geez, houses washed away, major highways and roads washed out, huge steel bridges washed out, rail lines washed out, oil pipeline washed out of… Read More »

Police charge Lethbridge man after drug trafficking investigation

Posted on 26 January 2022

Police have charged a Lethbridge man and seized drugs, money and weapons following a drug trafficking investigation. An investigation was initiated by the Alberta Law… Read More »

Kodiaks basketball, volleyball begin new semester

Posted on 13 January 2022

After a lengthy holiday break, the Lethbridge College Kodiaks basketball and volleyball teams are ready to resume Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference (ACAC) play this weekend. … Read More »

Innovation Credit Union Super League results from Nov. 18

Posted on 24 November 2021

The Swift Current Curling Club - Innovation Credit Union Super League - results from Thursday November 18. Swift Plumbing & Heating defeated JCG Academy Team… Read More »

Cypress County contributing to Alberta’s rat-free status

Posted on 24 November 2021

Local Journalism Initiative Reporter Cypress County is conducting their fall rat sweep, doing their part to maintain a rat-free Alberta. The process is very routine,… Read More »

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