Canada faced some adversity in a 6-3 win over Slovakia at the World Junior Hockey Championships in Russia this morning.
JC Lipon and Anthony Camara each got game misconducts, leaving Canada with 10 forwards and a 3-1 deficit in the second, but rallied with three goals in the last half of the middle frame and two more in the third to stay unbeaten.
Ryan Strome had a pair of goals, while Morgan Reilly of the Moose Jaw Warriors had a goal and two helpers. Canada takes on the USA on Sunday.
Earlier this morning, Finland dropped a 3-1 decision to the Czech Republic. Broncos goalie Eetu Laurikainen is on the Finnish squad as a backup. Finland faces Switzerland on Sunday.
RCMP have arrested a man they believe committed nine armed bank robberies across Western Canada, including one in Swift Current, over the
The Dairy Department, a program started by 11 year old Osten Poh back in 2013 continues to serve those in need. The program provides dair
The Saskatchewan Government has announced that initial testing of the SaskAlert Emergency System will begin next month. Duane McKay
Those already looking towards the summer will be able to begin reserving campsites in Saskatchewan Provincial Parks as of March 2. As in
A serial bank robber may have struck again. Police believe that an unidentified man, who is connected to eight bank robberies across West
A local tradition for 27 years returns to Tompkins this weekend. The Garden Head Gun Club's annual gun and hobby show goes Saturday from 10
The 16th Annual Piapot Lions Club Antique and Collectables Show and Sale happens this weekend at the Maple Creek Armouries. The show goes S
A new play cafe will be opening in Swift Current this Saturday. The Mad Hatters Tea Party, located at Carmel Mall on 1st Ave NE will be h
A Pre-Valentine's Day Family Dance and Box Social will be held as a final farewell to the current Eastend Historical Museum. Ethel
This time of year it is not uncommon to see an increase of cases in the emergency room due to falls on the ice. Dr. Ivo Radevski, Senior
Recently there has been a number of concerns and comments raised in regards to the Eastend Ambulance Service and its continuation within t
A proposal to give Saskatchewan residents first crack at reserving provincial park campsites has been overwhelmingly rejected. Visitors t
Shaunavon Fire crews were called out at around 6:00pm Tuesday night to a vehicle fire four miles south and one mile east of Shaunavon. Me
Cypress Health Region will be hosting a gluten-free cooking event next week, which should cater to a growing community of people with glut
Today is Bell Let's Talk Day, an annual campaign to help raise awareness and money for mental health programming in Canada. Bell Canada i
The Offer Hope campaign launched out of Saskatoon's St. Paul's Hospital, aims to help individuals and families learn about and under
A woman from Chaplin has been sentenced in a fraud case that dates back to last summer. Brandi Salikin pleaded guilty in Swift Current Pr
Saskatchewan high school students that are graduating this year can apply for the CAA student scholarship. "Since 2006, CAA Saskatchewan
Police across Western Canada are still looking to identify a man wanted for a string of armed robberies in three provinces, including on
Fluctuating temperatures so far this Winter have caused dangerous conditions on the Swift Current Creek. Swift Current Fire Chief Denis P
The Primary Health Care Medical Clinic in Shaunavon has welcomed another full time permanent physician to its team. Dr. Tharwat Bishau re
Many people have been enjoying this warm weather, but it hasn't been fun for those who want to skate at the outdoor rinks in Swift Current
This is Family Literacy Week, and one program that has helped young children improve their literacy is "Reading to a Dog" at the Swift Cur
Filmakers Craig and Layla Baird will be premiering their documentary about Southwest Saskatchewan next week. Southwest Stories' will prem
Girls On The Move is a program aimed at engaging and movtivating girls to get on the move and get out in the community. The program