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Butt thought 'don't ruin' Corner Gas movie
REGINA - The cast of the hit TV series "Corner Gas" are revelling in the newest set of shenanigans to befall the residents of Dog River — only this time the laughs and blunders are taking place on the big screen.



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HEADLINES FOR WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 26
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In this Episode of SWTV News:

The City of Swift Current has been accepted into the Main Street Saskatchewan program joining other communities across the province. A Swift Current writer has gained international recognition for his cowboy poetry at the Great Midwest Book Festival in Chicago.

The Southwest Emergency Shelter for Homeless Youth is gaining ground with its financing.





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In this Episode of SWTV News:

The City of Swift Current has been accepted into the Main Street Saskatchewan program joining other communities across the province. A Swift Current writer has gained international recognition for his cowboy poetry at the Great Midwest Book Festival in Chicago.

The Southwest Emergency Shelter for Homeless Youth is gaining ground with its financing.





Theo Fleury in Swift Current for Book Tour
Former NHL player, Theo Fleury made a stop in Swift Current on Tuesday to promote his latest book, Conversations With a Rattlesnake. Fleury spoke to the crowd about triumphs and lessons he's learned during his personal journey of healing.

Visitor Restrictions Continue at Cypress Lodge in Maple Creek
An outbreak has been declared at the Cypress Lodge in Maple Creek due to the presence of respiratory illness signs and symptoms amongst the facility's long term care residents. Until further notice, visitation to the facility will be restricted. The only exceptions to these restrictions will be in the event of an ‘end of life’ situation, where the nurse in charge at the facility can be contacted to discuss the options that are available for the family members to visit their loved one. Presently, there are 12 long term care residents within the facility who have been identified as meeting the signs and symptoms of this illness, with test samples forwarded to the Saskatchewan Disease Control Laboratory in Regina for analysis and confirmation of the illness. As the facility also serves as the temporary location for a variety of community health and home care services, it is suggested that members of the public phone ahead to their respective health provider to see if their scheduled appointment will still occur.

Cooler Temperatures By the Weekend
Environment Canada is calling for a chance of Flurries Today with a High of -10. Cloudy with Flurries Tonight and the temperature remaining steady near -10. Snow is in the forecast for Thursday and -4 for the High. Looking ahead to Friday, Partly Sunny with a High of +5. Cooler temperatures roll in for Saturday with a forecast High of -21. Sunshine and -13 by Sunday. More Sunshine by Monday and -7 for the High.

BRE Survey Results Unveiled
Following months of analysis and public surveys, the results are in for the Business Retention and Expansion Survey for the City of Swift Current. Some of the highlights of the report presented at Council on Monday include low interprovincial migration, a good investment in community services, low crime rate, with a lack of IT firms and construction companies for a community of its size.