Premier Brad Wall is painting the NDP's campaign promises as reckless spending that could harm the economy.
The NDP released a platform yesterday that included 2.3 billion dollars in additional spending over four years.
Wall says the actual cost would be closer to $3 billion.
NDP leader Dwain Lingenfelter says they can pay for their promises by increasing potash royalties.
Wall says the former NDP government negotiated the current royalty structure and he believes Lingenfelter is risking jobs and investment by proposing to change it.
Rodeo at Frontier Days 2014 The Swift Current Ag & Ex Association held their Annual General Meeting last night, reviewing the previous
It's almost time to "ring those phones" once again as Telemiracle 39 gets set to go this weekend in Saskatoon. The 20-hour telethon helps
This month's traffic safety spotlight will be focusing on occupant restraints. Police across the province will be on the look out for tho
The outbreak status at the Herbert & District Integrated Health Facility has been rescinded as of Tuesday afternoon. Visitor restrict
Animal lovers of all kinds won't want to miss the Wildlife Festival coming to Swift Current today. A partnership between the Canadian Rap
This week has been proclaimed Engineering and Geoscience Week in the province, to recognize the role members of the Association of Profess
The 6th Annual fundraising event for Rock Solid Refuge is happening on March 28th at the Credit Union iplex Auditorium in Swift Current.
With Spring just around the corner many will want to make their way to the annual Step Into Spring Home & Leisure Trade Show taking pl
A documentary feature film is coming to theatres across Canada. The award winning film is about the work of Pastor Lee Jong-rak and his her
Hundreds of farmers and John Deere fans came through the doors for the grand opening of JayDee Agtech's new Swift Current location on Mond
Gull Lake will be hosting the first Canadian Dronefest on July 25th and 26th, which seeks to bring together those who are interested in or
Swift Current residents and businesses are being asked to help sponsor a child to attend this weekend's Swift Current Royal Ball. "We're as
They've been under the magnifying glass all winter but Premier Brad Wall and his Saskatchewan Party government will now be tested in the l
The South West Victim Services Program will be holding a Regional Relay in honour of National Victims of Crime Awareness Week. Town council
Swift Current residents are being asked to play a part in the revitalization of downtown through a survey. The city has been accepted int
A blowing snow advisory has been issued by Environment Canada for the Southwest. A cold front is expected to sweep rapidly southeastward
RCMP are asking for the public's assistance with an investigation into sexual exploitation. On February 25th, Maple Creek RCMP received a
Although sunny destinations seem tempting at this time of year, consumers are reminded to be aware of a timeshare fraud scam circulating i
The Premier Edition of Pop Up Shoppes by the Swift Current Trade Show Sisters will go this Sunday. Organizer Jennifer Collinson say
The Simmie Spurs hockey team will be hosting a ham supper tonight. Organizer Susan Larson says this is an annual event "The Simmie
In honour of the UN declaring 2015 to be the year of the soil, an open house will take place at the Semiarid Prairie Agricultural Re
The award winning Greystone Singers will be performing a concert this Saturday at First United Church. The group are embarking on their ann
Edward Dostaler or "Fast Eddy" as he likes to be called, is embarking on the first ever solo and unassisted run across Canada and back. &
The Shaunavon Curling Club made their first three Trip of the Week draws on Thursday. Only 300 tickets were available for this fundraiser
CFL Legend Mike "Pinball" Clemons will be the guest speaker at Saturday's Swift Current Indians Field of Dreams banquet at the Swift Curre