It looks like the City of Swift Current will be getting a larger chunk of money from the provincial government this year.
Earlier this week at SUMA's annual meeting, Premier Scott Moe said that the Municipal Revenue Sharing (MRS) program will grow by four per cent for the 2019-20 fiscal year.
Preliminary figures show the City of Swift Current set to receive $3,026,050 for this year, an increase of $102,437 from last year.
City of Swift Current Chief Administrative Officer Tim Marcus said they weren't preparing for more funding, but will gladly take it if that is the case.
"We're happy that at a minimum that we're getting the same amount," he said. "And we'd be extremely happy if there was a slight increase to it."
The increase would mean Swift Current would be receiving over $3 million from the MRS program for the sixth time in seven years, with last year being the first time they didn't get given at least $3 million since 2012-13.
"It's used some towards operations and a lot of it helps fund capital projects," Marcus said.
The City of Swift Current will find out on provincial budget day if the estimated figures are correct.