Monthly Archive

2006

Welcome to our Archives page. On this page you will find totaly 570 of our articles broken down into Months and Years.
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The Ride's On Us This New Years Eve

Just a safety reminder to take ever precaution tonight as we say goodbye to 2006 and welcome 2007. read more..

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Thin Ice

If you're ice fishing this holiday season, take extra caution, especially on frozen bodies of water with aeration systems. ... read more..

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Who's Right? Almanac or Environment Canada?

Going back to our year in review file, we find two very different predictions for the winter we're currently going through. ... read more..

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Stop Checks Catching a Few Culprits

Holiday Season Stop Checks in Moose Jaw producing 14 license suspensions and 12 charges of impaired driving. ... read more..

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TGIF?

Busy busy Friday for Moose Jaw Police... wreckless driving, assault, and running stop signs top the list. ... read more..

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'06 Weather

Looking at our 2006 Year in Review file, weather posed problems for many farmers, with some severe conditions over the summer. ... read more..

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The Ride's on Us

Get to your New Year's Eve party safely this year and leave the car at home thanks to the City of Moose Jaw, SGI, and Community Service Radio 800 CHAB. read more..

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More Gas Drilling in Moose Jaw

Another Alberta company is searching the Moose Jaw area for a large natural gas deposit that could make our region a very popular place in the years to come. read more..

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Missing Man Found

The Moose Jaw Police Service would like to thank you for your help in finding the missing man reported missing Thursday night.  ... read more..

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Snow Fall Warning is Over

The good news came late Thursday evening.  The Snowfall Warnings for south west Saskatchewan, including Moose Jaw and Assiniboia are now over. read more..

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2006 was Okay; Could Have been Better

The Saskatchewan Chamber of Commerce is calling the past year "mediocre" pointing to a high Canadian dollar as a black mark on 2006. read more..

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Back Up on the Way for RCMP

As the SGEU strike action continues across the province, RCMP filling in for corrections officers have called in some reinforcements. read more..

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Batters Promises Equalization Deal

Palliser Conservative says we can expect "the best deal since confederation" to be announced in the next federal budget, maybe sooner. read more..

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Red Paper Clip Phenomenon Puts Kipling On the Map

The Saskatchewan film industry is growing and Kipling is the latest community to get involved. The company's first project will be Corbin Bernsen's film 'Three Day Test' with princ read more..

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Residential Fire on Christmas Eve

Without question, a Christmas Eve they willl never forget. A local family had a real scare when fire broke out in their home. read more..

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Students Should Start Thinking About Summer Employment

Students around the province are home for the holidays, and the provincial government would like to remind those students that it's a good time to start thinking about summer employm read more..

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"Click it or Ticket" Campaign Continues

You'll find them in every vehicle on the road, they could save your life, and yet there's a surprising number of people who choose not to use them. Saskatchewan RCMP are encouraging you to w read more..

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Very Little Progress Has Been Made

An eventful Holiday Season on the labour front in our province, to say the least. The SGEU represents 13 thousand Saskatchewan civil servants, and they have walked away from the bargaining table wit read more..

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New Housing Incentives Program Wrapping Up

A popular and successful program aimed at selling some older, surplus lots in the city is about to come to an end. read more..

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An Early Christmas Present From the Province

An early Christmas present for those who like to ski and snow board. Blackstrap Ski Hill, a facility near Saskatoon is in serious need of repair, and is about to receive $700,000 from the pro read more..

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Central Collegiate Planning a Huge Celebration

Moose Jaw's Central Collegiate will be celebrating 100 years in 2010, and in case you haven't heard already, there is going to be a big party. read more..

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Today is the Busiest Shopping Day of the Year

Millions of dollars will be spent today as Canadians rush to get that last gift for that special some one. read more..

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Winter is Here... But We're Driving like its Summer

Several crashes were reported to the Moose Jaw Police Service Thursday due to icy conditions around the city. read more..

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Gun Drawn on Athabasca Street

We might not see it often but, a member of the Moose Jaw Police Service says it probably happens more than we think.  Police arrested a suspect at gun-point on Wednesday afternoon. ... read more..

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Moose Jaw RCMP Seize $400,000

Local RCMP found the cash hidden in a vehicle pulled over for a traffic offence on the TransCanada Highway earlier this month. read more..

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Air Show Back in Moose Jaw?

As the Canadian Airforce Snowbirds release their schedule for the 2007 season a date for Moose Jaw appears on the calendar. read more..

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Strike Action for SGEU

We were expecting it last weekend but after some more negotiations some members of the SGEU are now walking the picket lines. read more..

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Court Date Set for Murder and Arson Suspect

Leo LeMay will have his preliminary hearing in February as he faces charges in connection to the death of 52 year old Gerhard Gellner. read more..

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Emergency Crews Hopping Tuesday

A lot of smoke at a downtown apartment and a rollover on the south side of the city keep crews running around Tuesday afternoon. read more..

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Merry Christmas from SaskTel

The provincial corporation has decided to make a cut to their long distance rates. Is it a Christmas present or an effort to gain customers as new telephone providers prepare to move into the prov read more..

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