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New Season - New Hope

The Moose Jaw Warriors are hoping to celebrate their 30 years in Moose Jaw with a berth in the 2015 WHL playoffs.  New coach Tim Hunter and general manager Alan Millar joined Rob Carnie on The Heartland at Noon to preview the new season and update fans on what sort of hockey we can expect to see at Mosaic Place this year.  All the details you need for Saturday night's home opener are right HERE.

Carnie's visit with Hunter and Millar is in the podcast section on this page.

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Royal Visit Special for Local Cadets

Cpl. Zak Hubbard, WO Gregory Douglas and 2nd Lt. Teryn Burgess of the Royal Canadian Army Cadets. They came for a visit as they prepare for Prince Edward's visit to Moose Jaw.  The Prince is Colonel in Chief of the Saskatchewan Dragoons, the reservist unit based in Moose Jaw.  How will the cadets participate?  Listen to their visit with CHAB's Rob Carnie in the podcast section of this page.

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MultiPlex Builders Continue Working

Because their job, as they see it, hasn't been finished.  However, as you'll hear in the podcast section on this page, MultiPlex Builders Co Chair Dr. Bill Deyo says most of the money pledged in the community fundraising effort has been delivered.

Also, Dr. Deyo recently spent some time in Medicine Hat, assisting city councilors and other key players there plan their fundraising effort.  A new arena is under construction in "The Hat'.  Dr. Deyo talked with 800 CHAB's Rob Carnie on The Heartland at Noon.

Bill Deyo

 

Taking Care of our Water

Have you heard about the Moose Jaw River Watershed Stewards?  They've been making a big difference in the local area.  If you'd like to see and learn more, click HERE.  If you'd like to listen to Rob Carnie's conversation with MJRWS Coordinator Tammy Myers, find the interview in the podcast section on this page!

 

Tammy Myers

Co-op Kids Day!

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Volunteer helping young ones as they shoot at targets with a paint ball gun!

 

   

Moose Jaw Co-op Kids Day was nothing but a success. The turn out was one of their best thanks to that HOT September heat.

 

'”The annual Kids Club Carnival is something we put on every year. Something we do for our kids club. To become a kids club member, come down to any Co-op location and sign your kid(s) up. We send out invitations to different functions, this being one,” said General Manager, Riley Wright.

 

With bouncy castles, games and prizes, a petting zoo, carnival food like mini donuts, popcorn and cotton candy, this Carnival has children 12 yrs and younger looking forward to next years!