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Cypress House – Golden Health Care

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Cypress House - Golden Health Care

2135 Scott St,
Swift Current Saskatchewan SH9 5N2


Business Description

Cypress House was designed with large windows that let in the sun. There are many therapeutic benefits to sunlight. Warm pastel colors, domestic furnishings, and concealed lighting create a warm environment that we all treasure in our lives. Cypress House is a house that contains four homes or clusters. Each cluster is unique in its color scheme, flooring, furniture and lighting, so residents feel like they are part of a small, close-knit family. The home is designed to provide an environment that adapts to the needs of the resident, instead of the resident trying to adapt to the environments.

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MondayOpen 24 Hours
TuesdayOpen 24 Hours
WednesdayOpen 24 Hours
ThursdayOpen 24 Hours
FridayOpen 24 Hours
SaturdayOpen 24 Hours
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About Swift Current

Swift Current is the sixth-largest city in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan. It is situated along the Trans Canada Highway 177 kilometres (110 mi) west of Moose Jaw, and 223 kilometres (139 mi) east of Medicine Hat, Alberta. As of 2024, Swift Current has an estimated population of 18,430, a growth of 1.32% from the 2016 census population of 16,604. The city is surrounded by the Rural Municipality of Swift Current No. 137. == History == Swift Current's history began with Swift Current Creek which originates at Cypress Hills and traverses 160 kilometres (99 mi) of prairie and empties into the South Saskatchewan River at Lake Diefenbaker. The creek was a camp for First Nations for centuries. The name of the creek comes from the Cree, who called the South Saskatchewan River Kisisk√Ęciwan, meaning "it flows swiftly". Fur traders found the creek on their westward treks in the 1800s, and called it "rivi√®re au Courant" (lit: "river of the current"). Henri Julien, an artist travelling with the North-West Mounted Police expedition in 1874, referred to it as "Du Courant", and Commissioner George French used "Strong Current Creek" in his diary.

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