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Join us June 20 - July 1 as we Celebrate Canada! There will be a variety of events to check out, and it will be a great opportunity to try something new and learn about the different cultures and backgrounds that make up our Canada. 

Event Sponsors include: 
Government of Canada, City of Swift Current, Southwest Newcomer Welcome Centre, Truth and Reconciliation Committee, Southwest Multicultural Association, Swift Current Ag & Ex and Tourism Swift Current. 


June 20: Community Consultation - Truth and Reconciliation Journey - As an organization or individual
Hosted by: Truth and Reconciliation CommitteeSouthwest Multicultural Association and Nekaneet First Nation


June 21: National Indigenous Peoples Day - Flag Raising and Cultural Program

at Bookfest Windsor 2022Hosted by: Truth and Reconciliation Committee and Southwest Multicultural Association 

For more information, contact Bula Ghosh at 306-774-6042 or bulaghosh@hotmail.com

June 27: Multiculturalism Day - Multicultural Lunch & Party! 
Hosted by: Southwest Newcomer Welcome Centre
  • Located at Market Square 
  • 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM
  • Lunch:
    • $15/plate (while quantities last) - Featuring a sample of food from five cultures! 
    • Southwest Newcomer Welcome Centre's annual fundraiser
  • High energy, cultural party featuring:
    • DJ
    • Music from around the world
    • Cultural performances including: Traditional Columbian Dance, African Drums and more! 
    • Cultural games
    • Cultural Lechon Roast (whole hog rotisserie)

For more information, contact Rebecca Anderson at 306-774-6175.

June 30 & July 1: Frontier Days iCulture StageIMG_7681

Hosted by: Swift Current Ag & Ex, Southwest Newcomer Welcome Centre

  • Taking place at Hansen Park, located at Kinetic Park, during Frontier Days
  • The Frontier Days iCulture stage will showcase performers in multiple areas of entertainment!
  • Talented dancers, singers, story tellers and others who represent and celebrate the rich cultural diversity of Swift Current and area. 
  • Schedule:
    • Friday, June 30th:
      • 1:30 PM: Nekaneet First Nation (8 Performers)
      • 2:30 PM: Ukrainian Singing
      • 3:30 PM - Columbian Traditional Dancing
      • 4:30 PM: Bollywood Dancing
    • Saturday, July 1st: 
      • 1:00 PM: Frontier Days Beard Contest
      • 2:30 PM: Tinikling (Philippine folk dance)
      • 3:30 PM: Ukrainian Singing
      • 4:30 PM: Bollywood Dancer
      • 5:30 PM: Colombian Traditional Dance

Interested in sharing your culture through performance? Contact the Southwest Newcomer Welcome Centre at 306-778-6262 or nwc@newcomerwelcomecentre.com. 

July 1: Canada Day - A FULL schedule of activities throughout the day! 


Hosted by: Tourism Swift Current, City of Swift Current, Swift Current Ag & Ex (Frontier Days) and Southwest Newcomer Welcome Centre. 


  • 9:30 AM - 2:30 PM: Market Square (Corner of Chaplin & Central Ave N)
    • The same great market and vendors you have come to expect every Saturday! 
    • Photobooth
    • Entertainment from Bakersfield all day on the Innovation Credit Union Stage
    • For more information, contact Marlene (306-778-1673) or Carter (306-778-2788)

  • 10:00 AM: Frontier Days Parade
    • Theme: Let's Celebrate! 
    • Applications for entries are open! CLICK HERE for more information. 
    • For more information contact the Swift Current Ag & Ex at 306-773-2944 or email kineticpark@swiftcurrent.ca. View all the details on the 2023 Frontier Days events here.  
    • Parade Route (Starts on 19th Ave NE at InnovationPlex North Parking Lot)
      2022 Parade Route
  • 12:00 PM: Flag Raising Ceremony & BBQ @ Memorial Park
    • Canada Day Flag Raising 
    • FREE lunch will include a hot dog, water and Canada Day Cupcake - provided by the City of Swift Current and Southwest Newcomer Welcome Centre
    • Everyone is welcome to attend! 

      Frontier Fireworks

  • 11:00 PM: Living Sky Casino Fireworks @ Kinetic Park Grandstand
For more information on Canada Day events visit the following websites:


Events made possible thanks to funding from the Government of Canada.