Check online before you head out. There are some delays being reported for flights to eastern Canada this morning. Not everywhere, but there are some.
Regina was all clear to start the day but delays have started to pop up. That storm that hit Ontario and Quebec has caused some disturbances and the system is now over the Maritimes as they get thumped with high winds, rain and snow.
For up to date flights out of Regina, click here.
The Moose Jawg is still on. The annual Canada Day charity run in Wakamow Valley is going ahead despite the wildfire smoke that is linger
They're hoping the smoke clears, but either way Moose Jaw's Canada Day committee is preparing for a local party on Canada's birthday tomor
With another school year in the books, local educators are reflecting on the past two semesters. For Holy Trinity's Director of Educati
Students aren't the only ones exhaling after the completion of another school year. For Prairie South School Division's Tony Baldwin, it'
Today is the last day businesses and other groups will receive city garbage pickup under the Trade Waste Collection Program, with one exce
Wildfire smoke continues to linger over Moose Jaw and southern Saskatchewan, and it's not going anywhere soon. Environment Canada's Speci
The Prairie South classes of 2015 will say their goodbyes today and tomorrow. Cap and gown ceremonies and banquets are scheduled this af
When conditions are dry any sort of grass fire can be a potentially dangerous event. The Moose Jaw Fire Department responded to a gras
This week will be busy for border crossings in southeast Saskatchewan. With the large number of travellers going in both directions for
Six kilometres of street repair begins in Moose Jaw this week. The city has released their "to do" list of roads that need fixing this
More and more community mail boxes are going up around Moose Jaw, and more and more residents are less than thrilled with the new location
They are called the four best years of your life, and for grade 12 students around Moose Jaw, they are about to come to an end. Peacock v
Since 1993, Hunger In Moose Jaw has served Moose Jaw children and their families both with food and education. Last week was the Hunger
Everybody out on the water this weekend is looking for a big catch There are many anglers out on the waters this weekend with hopes of that
It's the end of the school year and the end of Ward Milligan's career as principal of King George school as he takes on a new adventur
Habitat for Humanity presented the keys to it's 5th homeowner since 2011 on Friday. New Habitat for Humanity homeowner Krista Korbo and h
The Mortlach Berry Festival is back for its eighth year, and will run today. The festival was commonly held in July, but spokesperson
From left: Jonathan Hong, Jimmi Gill, and Katherine Chung enjoyed their time in Moose Jaw. Tourism season is ready to heat up in Moose Jaw,
With the temperatures already hitting the plus-30's this afternoon and expected to stay that way until Monday, Moose Javians will be looki
Residents at Providence Place will be breathing a sigh of relief as a temporary air conditioning unit is expected to be operational by mid
The Capitol Theatre, now the Mae Wilson, on a July day in 1973. Photo courtesy of the Moose Jaw Cultural Centre Facebook page. Canada Day i
More layoffs have hit Doepker Industries and an official we were referred to for an interview with the company's Anaheim office has declin
It lays out a road map for development on Moose Jaw's South Hill and this weekend the Local Area Plan will be highlighted on a national sc
After 15 years in the position, Brian Martynook is retiring as CEO of the Moose Jaw & District Chamber of Commerce. The face and voice of
Campers heading up north for Canada Day are being told to leave the fireworks at home and even consider staying home all together. A fire