Monthly Archive

June 2017

Welcome to our Archives page. On this page you will find totaly 212 of our articles broken down into Months and Years.
Local News
Angie Lowe

Fire Chief Reminds Residents to Leave Fireworks to the Professionals

Get out and celebrate Canada Day but do it safely, and  leave the fireworks to the people who know what they're doing. The Moose Jaw Fire Department is asking that residents refrain from putting ... read more..

Local News
Angie Lowe

One Side Parking on Narrow Streets

In an effort to find a way to get emergency crews down the narrow streets, a new bylaw is now in play 1 that restricts parking to one side of the street in a portion of the Avenues.   The pilot... read more..

Local News
Ben Donaldson

Cornerstone Valedictorian Gets Major STEM Scholarship

Becoming a valedictorian is certainly helps in getting into university, but something that helps even more is the largest Canadian Science, Technology, Engineering, or Mathematics (STEM) scholarship. ... read more..

Local News
Craig Hemingway

Conexus Set to Merge Moose Jaw Branches

Conexus Credit Union is merging their two Moose Jaw branches.  Conexus says they are alerting members today (June 30) that the South Hill branch will close at the end of October, with all busine... read more..

Local News
Barrie Vice

Good Weather And Good Fun For Canada Day

As the countdown to our nations 150th birthday celebration ticks away, preparations continue for the events in Moose Jaw.   Things start at the Cosmo Centre at 8:30 before moving to Crescent Par... read more..

Local News
Chris Rasmussen

Moose Jaw Helped Make Canada

150 years of history is being celebrated this weekend with Canada Day across the country and as part of the event, that history is being put on display.  From the fur trade to agriculture, trains read more..

Local News
Barrie Vice

Tunnels Of Moose Jaw Make National "Must See" List

The city of Moose Jaw received more coast to coast recognition this week when the Tunnels of Moose Jaw appeared online as one of the Top 150 places to visit on Canada's 150 birthday. The list was put... read more..

Local News
Chris Rasmussen

Positive Forecast for Canada Day

As plans are finalized and preparations begin, the one question on everyone's mind today is what is the weather going to be like for the Canada Day Weekend. For those in Moose Jaw, Environment Canada... read more..

Local News
Chris Rasmussen

Rider History and Other Items Set for Auction

Pieces of the old Saskatchewan Roughrider stadium could soon adorn your home or office.  The City of Regina is working with McDougall Auctions to sell of pieces from the old Mosaic Stadium, also ... read more..

Local News
Hayley Hart

AXIS Committee Hosting Canada Day Indie Concert

With many Canada Day celebrations in place, one group decided to host an event geared towards youth in our community.  "I think that sometimes when we're celebrating Canada Day we kind of forget... read more..

Local News
Angie Lowe

End of School Year Brings Uncertain Fall for Teachers

Throughout Moose Jaw, students are celebrating their last day of school before the summer break. However, many teachers are nervously looking ahead to an unknown fall.    "It's hard to kno... read more..

Local News
Hayley Hart

Wright Gets Van Thanks To Community Support

There's no limit to what a community can accomplish, and that has been shown again this week in Moose jaw. Back in May we told you about a fundraiser that was started to purchase a special needs van ... read more..

Local News
Hayley Hart

Manitoba Possibly Joining Fight Against Carbon Tax

It looks like Saskatchewan has gained an ally in the fight against Ottawa's Carbon Tax. Manitoba has announced they are seeking legal opinions on whether or not they can challenge the Federally Impos... read more..

Local News
Hayley Hart

Man Dies Of Injuries Following Industrial Accident

Nearly two weeks after the industrial accident on the west side of the city, the Chief Coroners office is now confirming the man air lifted to Regina by Stars has died of his injuries. Not much has b... read more..

Local News
Angie Lowe

4H Saskatchewan Celebrates Centennial

2017 is a big year for our country but it is also a big anniversary for 4H Saskatchewan.   This year marks the organization's centennial, having established themselves as a largely agricultural... read more..

Local News
Hayley Hart

Peacock Class Finish Semester With A Mural

A group of Peacock Collegiate High School students were able to share their passion for art and it's on display for the entire city to see. The connections class at the local school, which is made up... read more..

Local News
Craig Hemingway

Drama at the Cultural Centre - GM Asked Not to Return

Darren McCaffery says he's been asked "not to return" to the Moose Jaw Cultural Centre (MJCC) - four months after he was hired. In February, the Moose Jaw Cultural Centre Board of Governors announced... read more..

Local News
Ben Donaldson

Two Central Students Share Honour Of Valedictorian

There can be a lot of expectations on the future of a school's valedictorian, and that goes double at Central Collegiate this year. Arhum Niaz and Ethan Schultz have been named this year's co-valedic... read more..

Local News
Chris Rasmussen

Provinces Re-Instates Some Funeral Funding

With many cuts coming out of the provincial budget recently, one of them was funeral grants for the families of individuals who are on social assistance. Previously the rate was $3,850 and was reduced... read more..

Local News
Chris Rasmussen

Dealing with Ag Stress

Stress and mounting debt are just some of the factors that are being looked at as the spotlight focuses on farmer suicides. The Agricultural Producers Association of Saskatchewan is coming out, sayin... read more..

Local News
Craig Hemingway

"Letts" Splash and Play Park Opens in Central Butte

Central Butte children had an extra reason to look forward to the last day of school on Wednesday - the opening of their new splash park.  Unveiled as the "Letts Splash and Play Park", the recre... read more..

Local News
Hayley Hart

Carol Acton Retires From Hunger In MJ

Carol Acton is saying goodbye to Hunger in Moose Jaw as the Executive Director of the local non-profit agency as she is retiring. Acton says Hunger in Moose Jaw now provides lunches for 350 local chi... read more..

Local News
Hayley Hart

RCMP Looking For Stolen Equipment and Suspect

The Morse RCMP are asking the public for help as look for a stolen piece of farming equipment and the person who committed the crime.  According to RCMP early Tuesday morning an unknown male sus... read more..

Local News
Hayley Hart

Construction Signage Focal Point for Ministry of Highways

With highway construction season well underway, the Ministry of Highways and Infrastructure is trying to ensure all work zones are set up correctly. They are reminding motorists they can help by ... read more..

Local News
Craig Hemingway

Vanier Valedictorian Ready for Her Future

Kaylee Couzens figures her grade average is "a 95 or 96 (per cent)."  She doesn't know for sure, but knows it was enough to get her named Valedictorian for the Vanier graduating class of 2017.&nb... read more..

Local News
Chris Rasmussen

Heat + Rain = Mosquitoes

We're getting some moisture and some heat, two of the key ingredients that officials look for when it comes to watching for West Nile Virus. Five Hills Health Region Medical Health Officer Dr Mark Vo... read more..

Local News
Chris Rasmussen

School Is Almost Out

There's going to be some celebrating around the city today and just a reminder to drivers and parents, use caution.    With today being the last day of school for Prairie South and tomorrow... read more..

Local News
Hayley Hart

MJ Police Chief Wants to be "Proactive" With Recommendations From Human Rights Report

Police Stations and RCMP detachments were under the spotlight last week as a New York based Human Rights Group and the Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations released a report calling for better t... read more..

Local News
Hayley Hart

Canadian Protein Innovation Given Extension To Purchase Land

On Monday night at city council some issues with the paperwork for Canadian Protein Innovation were addressed. The contract on the offer to purchase a parcel of land in the new industrial park is set... read more..

Local News
Hayley Hart

RCMP Warning Residents Of Counterfeit Cash In Sask.

Saskatchewan RCMP are warning residents of some poor counterfeit Canadian cash that is being passed off in the province. Humboldt RCMP are reporting that the fake currency, that's supposed to be Cana... read more..

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