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.
Author and hockey legend Theoren Fleury made a stop in Swift Current Tuesday to promote his latest book "Conversations with a Rattlesnake"
Operation Christmas Child was overwhelmed with support in Swift Current this year, receiving over 3800 shoeboxes to be distributed to chil
A list is being made of people and families in Shaunavon who would like to receive a Christmas Food Hamper this year. "It's just an opportu
Everyone involved in the First Nations Power Authority Solar Demonstration Project behind Homes Inn and Suites attended the official launc
The Cypress Health Region has declared an outbreak at the Cypress Lodge Nursing Home in Maple Creek. This is due to the presence o
The City of Swift Current is continuing with their asset management initiative, as a way to help address their infrastructure needs. "Our
RCMP are investigating a recent theft of tires in Swift Current. Police say the theft occurred between the late evening on October 14th t
Armstrong Implements of Swift Current has won the 2014 Rural Lifestyle Dealer Magazine Dealer of the Year Award, which has never been awar
Swift Current has really shown the holiday spirit with Operation Christmas Child this season. The annual program from Samaritan's Purse c
The Swift Current Salvation Army's Christmas Hamper registration begins today, bringing about the spirit of giving this holiday season. "
The Cypress Health Region is reminding the public of the province's new "immunize or mask" policy, which goes into effect one week from to
With two harsh winters behind us, the wildlife population in Saskatchewan has taken quite a hit. In fact, a declining white-tailed deer p
The Salvation Army's annual Christmas Campaign will kick off on Monday starting with the Angel Tree. "Angel tags will be going on the Ang
The Gull Lake Bowling Lanes have undergone substantial renovations this past summer and is open to the public. The bowling lanes have been
Another opportunity to get your holiday shopping in is set for today at the 30th Annual Frontier Craft Fair and Home Based Business Trade Sh
The 1st Annual Metis Christmas Craft and Bake Sale will be taking place today. The sale features baked goods, among a wide variety of oth
It's that time of year, and the Saskatchewan Wildlife Federation would like to remind motorists of the potential hazards of wildlife on th
Following a successful initiative kick off at the Sky Center, the SwiftLink Committee is on the way to bringing about community change. A
A solar power generation system in Swift Current developed by Lockheed Martin Canada has been reinstalled by the First Nations Power Autho
Innovation Credit Union is part of major collaboration agreement with Conexus, Cornerstone and Synergy Credit Unions, which they say will
Environment Canada is saying another low pressure system will develop early Saturday morning in Southern Alberta and track eastward across
The Cypress Regional Hospital is hosting an informational session tonight on Waterbirths with Guest Presenter and Industry Expert, Barbara
If you didn't dump a bucket of ice water on your head, you probably knew someone who had, as the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge spread worldwide
The third round of the Aviva Community Fund Competition has landed the Southwest Youth Emergency Shelter in 29th place with a fighting cha
The Early Childhood Action Coalition and Swift Current's Bright Beginnings Family Center will be hosting a number of activities as part of N