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Blaise Wozniak

Health Canada Pulls 2 Types of Cannabis From Provincial Shelves

Shortly after romaine lettuce was pulled off of shelves due to e-coli concerns, another kind of green is now being recalled. Health Canada is pulling 2 brands of cannabis from stores in Saskatchewan,... read more..

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Hayley Hart

Mom Falls, Son Rushes to Find Help

At the mere age of six years old, a local boy quite possibly became an honourary superhero.  A scary situation took place first thing Monday morning as Moose Jaw resident Wendy Free wa... read more..

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Chris Rasmussen

Baildon Irrigation Agreement Cancelled

Is there a chance to expand what we do with wastewater in Moose Jaw? For about 40 years, our treated effluent has been used by rural farmers as a form of irrigation but changes to the wastewater treat... read more..

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Chris Rasmussen

Mystery at the Cemetery

A missing monument from the old Moose Jaw Cemetery has sparked a mystery that also has some good news. Councillor Crystal Froese sits on the Heritage Advisory Committee and says they learned the head... read more..

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Chris Rasmussen

Deadline Approaches for Heritage Awards

The Moose Jaw Heritage Advisory Committee is putting out their final call for nominations. Each year the committee presents awards to people and groups who have made a difference in the effort to pre... read more..

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Chris Rasmussen

Proposed Tax Increase Increases

As budget talks continue in Moose Jaw, there's a need for a larger increase than first expected. Councillors added $146,000 to the budget for the newly created airport authority and $132,000 for the w... read more..

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Chris Rasmussen

Hospital Levy Could Become Water Levy

There could be some massive increase to water bills next year. A report to budget committee Wednesday night on water and sewer rates revealed a proposed 6% increase to utilities. That's not too bad co... read more..

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Becki Schultz

Moose Jaw North MLA Michelson Reflects on Fall Session

With the recent end of the fall sitting of the Saskatchewan legislature, Premier Scott Moe said his government delivered on its priorities for the economy and for the people of Saskatchewan. MLA for ... read more..

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Hayley Hart

1,700 Charges Laid During 'Safe Driving Week'

With their eyes peeled and a mission of having safe roadways, officers throughout the prairies geared their attention to a group of infractions last week.  The RCMP, in conjunction with the... read more..

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Hayley Hart

Fender Bender Disrupted Traffic on Thatcher

Not much is known about the accident just yet, however, there was a fender bender at the intersection of Main and Thatcher Drive.  Traffic was backed up in the area, as first responders were ten... read more..

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Blaise Wozniak

MLA Greg Lawrence: Fall Session Was Busy & Productive

The fall session of the Saskatchewan legislature wrapped up last week. It started with the throne speech on October 24th, and MLA for Moose Jaw Wakamow Greg Lawrence says they were able to get a lot ... read more..

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Hayley Hart

Gift Cards' "Balance Can Not Expire"

Despite Black Friday, Cyber Monday, and Giving Tuesday being well behind us, Christmas shopping is still in full swing for consumers. Gift cards make holiday shopping simple and easy. But did you kno... read more..

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Hayley Hart

Another Egg-celent Donation For Food Bank

Shortly after feeling the love from the annual CP Holiday Train last week, the Moose Jaw and District food bank just received another egg-celent donation. The Saskatchewan Egg Producers dropped off o... read more..

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Chris Rasmussen

New Heritage Grant Coming for Downtown MJ

With some hesitation, Moose Jaw City Council has approved a new grant to enhance the heritage feel of the downtown core. The Heritage Advisory Committee made the recommendation to run a one-year pilo... read more..

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Chris Rasmussen

A Brown Christmas for Saskatchewan?

A significant heat wave has moved into the province taking us from our normal daytime highs of about -6 all the way to +6 and that has some folks wondering about the holiday season feeling festive. T... read more..

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Chris Rasmussen

Council Passes New Development Levy

Final approval has been granted to changes to the offsite development levy after more than a year of talking and research. Despite a recommendation from administration and a consultant who studied th... read more..

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Bryce Johnson

Local Bank Decorating a Little Differently This Year

As Christmas gets closer and closer, more businesses are putting up their Christmas decorations, but one bank in Moose Jaw is asking the community to help decorate their branch. This year, our local ... read more..

Local News
Blaise Wozniak

Project 104 Unveils Three New Murals To Counter Graffiti

The list of benefits of the Project 104 Graffiti Team is endless.The mural placed at Elgin Park. Created by Chief of Police Rick Bourassa and Peacock Collegiate High School's Grad Coach Cori Saas, th... read more..

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Becki Schultz

Provincial Auditor Says Surgical Biopsy Results Wait Times Too Long

The recently released Volume 2 of the Provincial Auditor's 2018 report highlighted the Saskatchewan Health Authority's analyzing and diagnosing of surgical biopsy results wait times. According to her... read more..

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Chris Rasmussen

Council Approves Payroll System Upgrade at City Hall

For the nearly 400 City of Moose Jaw employees and the payroll department, an upgrade to their system is going to make a world of difference. City Council has approved the expenditure of funds to pay... read more..

Local News
Hayley Hart

Second Crown Corporation Warning of Scams This Week

Shortly after SaskPower began warning residents of a scam, SaskTel is now doing the same thing.Photo courtesy of SaskTel's Twitter page and displays the message that is going around to residents.... read more..

Local News
Hayley Hart

Hospice Starting to Feel Like Home Thanks to Lions Club

A palliative care room in the Friendly City is going to look a lot cozier thanks to a local group.  Recently, the Early Bird Lions Club dropped off not only a new TV but also a cheque for $10,00... read more..

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Hayley Hart

Officials Searching For Poachers Who Wasted Two Fawns

A case of two whitetail deer fawns shot and left to waste over the weekend of December 1st, 950 meters southwest of Halbrite, SK has conservation officers asking for the public's help. "I was notifie... read more..

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Chris Rasmussen

Facility Rate Increase Being Proposed

It could cost more for ice and field rentals in Moose Jaw next year. Facility fees are being reviewed as part of the budget process at City Hall. Scott Osmachenko with the Parks and Recreation Depart... read more..

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Chris Rasmussen

Keep Your Home Safe During the Holidays

Holy and jolly but are you also safe and sound this holiday season? The Moose Jaw Fire Department is reminding everyone to take a few extra moments to make sure that holiday decorations are not going ... read more..

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Chris Rasmussen

Upgrades Approved for Pla-Mor Palace

After major issue after major issue, upgrades are coming to Pla-Mor Palace here in Moose Jaw. The Parks and Recreation Department has been cobbling together their hot water system for some time but i... read more..

Local News
Hayley Hart

Mild Spell Broken Up by Precipitation on Wednesday

  Other than a small hiccup on Wednesday, it's going to be smooth sailing weather-wise for the next little bit according to meteorologists.  The forecast is showing a lot of sunshine that' read more..

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Bryce Johnson

SaskPower Warns About Wide Spread Fraud Text

SaskPower is sending out a warning after numerous customers have received fraud texts. Messages sent to people phones claim to be notifying customers of refunds and attach a link leading to a website... read more..

Local News
Bryce Johnson

Highlighting Emergency Services Across Province

Heading across the province to meet with emergency service members, local musician and paramedic Nicholas Hennink is shining a light on the people who he believes deserve recognition. Hennink is in t... read more..

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Becki Schultz

Rotary Club 73rd Annual Carol Festival Underway

With Christmas comes carols. The Rotary Club of Moose Jaw’s annual Carol Festival takes place Monday, December 10th through Wednesday, December 12th at the Zion United Church. This is the 73rd year ... read more..

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