Monthly Archive

March 2018

Welcome to our Archives page. On this page you will find totaly 184 of our articles broken down into Months and Years.
Local News
Bryce Johnson

UPDATE- Missing Woman Found

Moose Jaw RCMP and the Moose Jaw Police Service have located 18 year old Julie Koester, who police put out a missing person report after she was last seen on Monday March 26, 2018 at he... read more..

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Bryce Johnson

Moose Jaw Producer Up for NYC Music Award

The USA Independent Music Awards (IMA) honours "the year’s most exceptional & artistically daring music projects from self-released and indie label talent from around the globe," and one of Moose ... read more..

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Bryce Johnson

Festival A Huge Success for Drama Students

The 39th annual Saskatchewan Drama Association (SDA) Region 2 One Act Drama Festival that was held here in Moose Jaw from March 15th to the 17th gave students a chance to show off their skills in a dr... read more..

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Bryce Johnson

Multiple Vehicle Windows Smashed In Overnight

Vandalism plagued Moose Jaw residents Thursday night, as a string of windows being smashed in resulted in an estimated $2200 worth of damages. The recent police reports shows 6 separate reports of pe... read more..

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Jordan Woodley

Love the Easter Bunny? Think Twice Before Getting One

Everyone loves cute, little rabbits, especially around Easter. But not everyone realizes the amount of work they can take as pets. Come Easter, the popularity of rabbits goes up and this phenomenon c... read more..

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Jordan Woodley

Crews Respond To Early Morning Fire

Early Friday morning the Moose Jaw Police Service and the Moose Jaw Fire Department responded to a fire on Moose Jaws South Hill. Crews were called out around 2:30 am in response to a blaze at a deta... read more..

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Blaise Wozniak

New City Manager Excited to Get Started

After a two month search, the City of Moose Jaw has announced the hiring of a new city manager. Monday night, council approved a five year contract to hire James (Jim) Puffalt. Originally from Broadv... read more..

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Hayley Hart

SGI Reviews Info Gathered During February's Traffic Spotlight

Despite being the law for over 40 years, it appears that some people still drive around without a seatbelt. "Unfortunately that was the case," explained Tyler McMurchy, Manager of Media Rel... read more..

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Hayley Hart

Cooler Conditions Sticking Around For the Long Weekend

The Easter bunny may want to throw a toque on over it's large ears this weekend when it heads out, according to Environment Canada, things are expected to be more chilly than normal. "To begin, we've... read more..

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Bryce Johnson

Gas Prices Should Fall After Weekend

Expect these gas prices to stick around just a little longer as we start making our way through the weekend. Dan McTeague, a Senior Petroleum Analyst at GasBuddy.com, said they should be dropping soo... read more..

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Blaise Wozniak

Exciting 2018 Ahead for Tourism Moose Jaw

Tourism Moose Jaw held their Annual General Meeting yesterday, where they discussed last year and what 2018 holds in store for the city. Moose Jaw had a great year for tourists and locals alike in 20... read more..

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Barrie Vice

Easter Weekend - City Services

With the arrival of the Easter weekend the City of Moose Jaw is advising us of revised hours of operation for some city services. City Hall is closed Good Friday, reopening Monday April 2nd. Good ... read more..

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Chris Rasmussen

Police Launch Firearm Amnesty Program

For the next month, Moose Jaw Police and RCMP are taking part in the province-wide firearm amnesty program. The intent is to try and collect unwanted or potentially illegal firearms to keep them from ... read more..

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Chris Rasmussen

Premier Prepares for Carbon Fight

Saskatchewan is gearing up for a legal battle with Ottawa.  Premier Scott Moe says the federal Liberals have introduced surprise legislation that will impose a carbon tax on the province. Moe say... read more..

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Barrie Vice

Cast Iron Information Shared At City Hall

As the city of Moose Jaw moves into Phase 3 of the program to replace old cast iron water mains, the first of two information sessions was held at City Hall Wednesday night. Residents from areas... read more..

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Jordan Woodley

Business Women of Moose Jaw Present Cheque to Transition House

Often people who experience domestic violence do not know where they can turn, but the Moose Jaw Transition House is somewhere that women can go for help.  Lori Lancaster, the Executive Director ... read more..

Local News
Hayley Hart

Emergency Brake Caused Derailment Near Gull Lake in 2017

A report released by the Transportation Safety Board of Canada (TSB) earlier today shed some light into the cause of a train derailment near Gull Lake last year. According to the report, the train ex... read more..

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Blaise Wozniak

More Tax Changes on the Way

Changes are coming to the way we're taxed in Moose Jaw. City Council has agreed to start closing the tax gap - the difference in the amount that a resident pays compared to a commercial entity. Finan... read more..

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Bryce Johnson

10¢ Increase at the Pumps Soon

If you're planning on filling up your tank anytime soon, it's best to do it before this Wednesday night, as prices are expected to jump ten cents. "Between now and then I suspect Thursday night, you'... read more..

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Barrie Vice

An Important Day For Your Dog

Dogs have special days too.  March 30th is one of them. That is the deadline day for dog owners to renew licenses for 2018, and having your dog properly licensed is important according to Dana H... read more..

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Chris Rasmussen

Reaching Out To Students To Prevent Crime

Most often we think of the police as a way to either stop or investigate crime but police are also focused on how to prevent crime from even happening in the first place. Here in Moose Jaw, one of the... read more..

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Chris Rasmussen

Local Ag Company Makes Waves in Fashion

Moose Jaw's Simpson Seeds is known around the world for their work, sending seeds to 80 different countries but in recent months, their getting attention from the fashion industry out of Turkey. The ... read more..

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Chris Rasmussen

Province to Offer Financial Classes Amid PST Increase Rumours

A cash strapped provincial government, that just a few weeks ago told cities to avoid raising taxes, could do just that themselves. The budget will drop April 10th at the Legislature in Regina and th... read more..

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Hayley Hart

Dancers Dazzle Audience for Food Bank Donations

Peacock Collegiate High School was the stomping grounds for many local dancers over the weekend as they got prepped for a busy season ahead, but they also participated in an annual fundraiser. Pa... read more..

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Blaise Wozniak

Tuesday Marks Start of Gender Diversity Week

This week in Saskatchewan is Gender Diversity Week.Around 100 Central students and a few dozen Palliser Heights students were in attendance for the flag raising at Central Collegiate Tuesday The wee... read more..

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Barrie Vice

Gun Registry, Or Not?

Is Bill C-71 a gun registry by any other name?  The Saskatchewan Recreational Firearms Community says it is. Greg Illerbrun is the chairman of the group and sees very little difference between t... read more..

Local News
Bryce Johnson

City Sends out Spring Time Reminders

Spring cleaning may be on everyone's mind, but the City of Moose Jaw has also released some reminders for the new season. One reminder is actually a legal issue. From April 1st to August 31st it is i... read more..

Local News
Chris Rasmussen

City Hires New Manager

After a two month search, the City of Moose Jaw has announced the hiring of a new city manager.  Monday night, council approved a five year contract to hire James (Jim) Puffalt. Originally from ... read more..

Local News
Chris Rasmussen

Curbside Collection Will Go Ahead

The survey of 400 residents, half with curbside garbage collection and half with back lane collection, showed 85% of respondents preferred back alley pickup to curbside and even if the city was going ... read more..

Local News
Chris Rasmussen

Inquest Opens into MJ Woman's Death

An inquest is underway as officials review the death of a 21 year old Moose Jaw woman who died in a Regina Remand Unit in 2015. Breanna Kannick was in custody after failing to appear in court on drug... read more..

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