Monthly Archive

September 2012

Welcome to our Archives page. On this page you will find totaly 189 of our articles broken down into Months and Years.
Local News

Zombie Walk Doesn't Disappoint

You read about them in fictional books, find them at the movies, on television and in video games.  Zombies are just about everywhere these days and Sunday, in Moose Jaw, they were staggering and st read more..

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Better Communication Needed

Going into October and November, the events calendar at Mosaic Place is nearly full with hockey, curling, concerts and other entertaining events.  Enhancing the user experience is a priority for GM Sc... read more..

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More Time To Switch Services

The Government of Canada has granted SaskTel an extension to operate its Wireless Broadband Internet service.  Originally the Crown Corporation was to shut down its network by the end of this year, read more..

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Speciality Plates For Motorcycles and Snowmobiles

Saskatchewan cars, trucks, SUVs and other vehicles are eligible for speciality license plates, so why not motorcycles and snowmobiles? On Monday, Saskatchewan will start offering veterans' plates, fo... read more..

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Celebrating Culture At The WDM

As Canada celebrates Culture Day, Moose Jaw's Western Development Museum is marking the occasion with free, all-day admission, an afternoon of activities and the music of Olga and Friends. "It's be read more..

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Fatal Crash Near Chamberlain

One person is dead and another remains in critical condition after a highway crash near Chamberlain Friday afternoon.  Traffic on Highway 11, north of Moose Jaw, was backed up and had to be re-route read more..

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No Use For The Natatorium?

Moose Jaw's Heritage Advisory Committee has been working, for some time, on generating ideas for the old Natatorium in Crescent Park.  A public forum last winter helped with that process but, further ... read more..

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Tribute To "Trooper" Tonight!

If you're "Here For A Good Time", there's a "Tribute To Trooper" in Moose Jaw tonight.  Not the band, but Trooper the Burrowing Owl!  The Saskatchewan Burrowing Owl Interpretive Centre is hosting its ... read more..

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Local Man Recalls Hockey History

Not many would argue that it is most iconic moment in Canadian hockey history.  Today we celebrate its 40th anniversary.  The unforgettable game-winning goal came September 28th, 1972 as Canada face read more..

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Producers Are Pretty Much Done

Good weather, for the most part, has produced good quality crops.  Of course, farmers helped too.  Generally speaking, Saskatchewan Agriculture's Weekly Crop report is pretty good.  Continued warm, read more..

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Mosaic Celebrates Past, Present & Future

  The Mosaic Company is celebrating 50 years of potash production at its Esterhazy operations today.  The celebrations include the grand opening of the Esterhazy Stage 1 expansion. "The expansion ... read more..

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Journey To Hope Walk This Weekend

Our community is home to people who are feeling helpless, hopeless and out of options.  Often, people who are feeling like this, contemplate suicide.  Della Ferguson wants those people to know that read more..

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Ghost Murals Get New Life

Moose Jaw's advertising murals, often referred to as ghost murals, are being brought back to life. The faded artwork, painted on a lot of our buildings nearly a century ago, is being redone by artis read more..

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Your Yellow Water Is Still Safe To Drink

The City of Moose Jaw is notifying us that our tap water may take on a slight change in odour, taste and colour – but it's still safe.  High levels of blue green algae in Buffalo Pound Lake are to b read more..

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Released With Strict Conditions

Daniel James Smith is escorted into Moose Jaw Provincial Court (file photo)After 52 days in custody, Daniel James Smith has been released on $800 bail.  The 22 year old is charged with attempted murde... read more..

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Pace of Population Growth Picks Up

More people are calling Saskatchewan home.   In fact, our province's population is growing at its fastest pace in over 90 years.  Numbers from Statistics Canada, released today, show Saskatchewan's read more..

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Boughen Supported "Start of Life" Vote

Our Member of Parliament for Palliser, Ray Boughen, voted in favour of a fellow MP's bid to have Parliament study the definition of a human being.  The Criminal Code currently states a child becomes read more..

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Nearing A Cat-tastrophe

Dozens of cats and kittens at the Moose Jaw Humane Society need a home The Moose Jaw Humane Society is asking the public for help as it is currently overrun with unclaimed cats and kittens.  More tha... read more..

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Worthwhile Experience For Transition Staff

Fresh perspective for four staff members at Moose Jaw's Transition House.  The group has returned from a three-day national leadership forum in Montreal that focused on sharing ideas and strategies. read more..

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Aviva Accepting Applications Again

Joe's Place was "Hungry For Hope" in 2009 The Aviva Community Fund is back again.  Aviva Canada, a national insurance provider, is offering $1 million to lead, empower and support community initiative... read more..

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Will Trudeau Take The Reigns?

Liberal Member of Parliament Justin Trudeau outside Parliament Hill in Ottawa — Photo Credit: The Canadian Press Liberal Member of Parliament Justin Trudeau has told Montreal newspaper, La Presse, th... read more..

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Moose Jaw Celebrates National Tree Day

This walnut tree on 13th Ave Northwest is a rare find in our city The City of Moose Jaw has three Trees of Significance for 2012. Today is "National Tree Day" and, to honour our urban forest, the ci... read more..

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Home Remedy For Doctor Shortage

After a decade of post-secondary schooling and residency training, all in Saskatoon, it shouldn't come as a surprise that physicians don't want to leave the big city to practice in rural communities read more..

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More Moose Javians Receive Medals

More Moose Javians have been honoured with the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal. The medal is awarded to outstanding citizens who have made a difference in country, provinces and cities.  On T... read more..

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Taking A Bite Out Of Health Care Costs

  Tim Hortons Smile Cookies are all gone.  The chocolate chip cookies, with blue eyes and a pink smile, sold for a dollar each all of last week.  As Tim Hortons Manager Aurora Howe explains, all proc... read more..

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DMJ News

More Doctors for Moose Jaw

Family physicians seem to be in short supply, not just in Moose Jaw or the Five Hills Health Region, but around the province and the country. But relief is on the way locally. The FHHR is pleased to read more..

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DMJ News

Two Grass Fires Tuesday

With the lack of rain for the last several weeks in southern Saskatchewan, things are dry and grass fires are a real concern. There were two just Tuesday night for the Moose Jaw Fire Department.  T read more..

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Crown Shred Changing Curbside Pickup

Nearly 800 local people, who have hired Crown Shred & Recycling to pick up their recyclables, will notice a change in service.  Crown Shred is switching the way it collects recycling.  Starting next read more..

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Changes Will Affect Rural Customers

SaskTel is shutting down its fixed wireless broadband network by the end of this year. Don McMorris, the provincial minister responsible for the Crown Corporation, says this stems from a change in read more..

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Recycling Bins Need A New Home

Everybody wants it, it's just that nobody wants it in their neighbourhood.  Nearly one month ago, Moose Jaw's north hill recycling depot, that used to be located at Moose Jaw Civic Centre site, had read more..

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