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Swift Current, Saskatchewan
Monday, April 19, 2021


Bob Sonntag retires from S3 Enterprises

S3 Enterprises (“S3”) announced today that Bob Sonntag, President and owner, has retired and sold his interests in the organization.

Saskatchewan COVID-19 vaccine appointment booking system will soon go live

With the Phase One portion of Saskatchewan’s COVID-19 Immunization Delivery Plan wrapping up as early as this weekend, health officials will soon...

Dorie’s House gets green light from government as addictions treatment facility

Dorie’s House in Swift Current will be re-opening as a youth addictions treatment facility after an agreement was reached between the Saskatchewan...

Still no COVID-19 vaccine schedule for Southwest

Saskatchewan’s vaccination strategy is coming under scrutiny in the Southwest, where Swift Current and region remains one of just two zones to...

February 11 is 211 day in Saskatchewan

The importance of the 211 program across Saskatchewan is being celebrated today on February 11. The initiative, funded by...

Physicians of Saskatchewan call on provincial government to re-evaluate vaccine delivery plan

Saskatchewan Medical AssociationThe provincial government’s Immunization Delivery Plan unveiled this week fails to give the protections all physicians and health-care workers need...

Age and special conditions will be prioritized during Phase Two COVID-19 vaccination rollout

Saskatchewan will be taking an age-based approach to rolling out additional doses of COVID-19 vaccines when the second phase of the provincial...

Liam continues reign as most popular boys baby name in Saskatchewan; Olivia has been...

For the 11th year in a row Liam is the most popular name for baby boys born in Saskatchewan.eHealth Saskatchewan recently released...

First COVID vaccines coming to Swift Current next week

Despite the current slow down in the delivery of the COVID-19 vaccine to Saskatchewan, Swift Current will be receiving their first vaccine...

Swift Current City Council gives full endorsement to Canada’s oil and gas sector

Swift Current City Council fully endorsed Canada’s oil and gas energy sector during a resolution passed at their January 25 meeting.


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