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The city is named for the Swift Current Creek that flows through the area, and was originally known as "Swift Creek". The name was officially changed to Swift Current on November 10, 1906. It is home to one of Canada's oldest shopping malls (the Midtown Plaza), which opened in 1954. It also contains other historical buildings such as the Bank of Montreal building and a Carnegie library built in 1912 with funds donated by Scottish-Canadian industrialist Andrew Carnegie. The city has an active arts community including several art galleries, theatre groups and music venues; it hosts an annual jazz festival every September called JazzFest Canada International (JFCI).