Monthly Archive

April 2018

Welcome to our Archives page. On this page you will find totaly 192 of our articles broken down into Months and Years.
Local News
Bryce Johnson

Marc Mero Stops in Moose Jaw to Motivate Students

Many people might remember Marc Mero as a professional boxer/wrestler and a past WWE Wrestling Champion, but now he dedicates himself to making others champions. Shortly after his retirement from wre... read more..

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Blaise Wozniak

City Offers Update on High Street Condition

The city of Moose Jaw released an update on the condition of High Street, saying it remains their highest priority and that they are working with the contractor to schedule the remaining work. The st... read more..

Local News
Hayley Hart

Festival of Words Release More Details at Launch Event

Earlier this month, the Saskatchewan Festival of Words announced the final details and presenters of their annual event. They held a launch party and shared who the final authors were who had yet to ... read more..

Local News
Blaise Wozniak

Organizers Reflect on Atamiskakewak Gathering (PHOTO GALLERY)

A couple of hiccups, but that's to be expected as the organizers of the Atamiskakewak 2018 National Gathering review how the event went. The event, billed as a way to bridge the gap between Indigenou... read more..

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Bryce Johnson

Scams May Follow Tax Deadline

With tax season ending Monday night, a whole new type of scam will be appearing more often as people posing as the Canadian Revenue Agency (CRA) will be trying to put fear into those who just filed th... read more..

Local News
Chris Rasmussen

Local MP Supports Sask Government in Carbon Fight

Saying this could turn into a very long, drawn out process, Conservative Member of Parliament for Moose Jaw-Lake Centre-Lanigan Tom Lukiwski wasn't surprised by the announcement last week that Saskatc... read more..

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Chris Rasmussen

Showers But No Snow

The good news is that there is no mention of snow. The bad news is, it doesn't look like we'll get any significant moisture either. Forecasters were expecting two systems to collide over the province... read more..

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Chris Rasmussen

Tick Season is Back

With the snow gone, the Ministry of Health is warning that ticks are starting to show up in the province and that means the risk of Lyme disease is back. The province saw four confirmed cases last ye... read more..

Local News
Jordan Woodley

Local Based Business Is Replenishing Canada's Forests

Canada has been increasingly affected by forest fires over the last few years. One local carpenter wanted to do something about that - Steven Brezen, the owner of TimeTree Canada. "We are a Canadian... read more..

Local News
Jordan Woodley

Sports Equipment Library Opens Once Again

Every year Moose Jaw's Parks and recreation group accepts donations of used sporting equipment and bicycles in hopes they can give them to people who can get better use of them. Stephan Hall the Prog... read more..

Local News
Jordan Woodley

Producers Prepare For Seeding

After a fairly unique winter and spring season, producers are getting ready to get back into the fields.  After last year's harvest, there were concerns that the lack of precipitation would leav... read more..

Local News
Jordan Woodley

Sharing The Road With Farm Equitment

Farm equipment will be back out on the highways for the upcoming seeding season. Drivers should use caution when navigating around these large pieces of equipment. Marcel Hacault is the Executive Dir... read more..

Local News
Jordan Woodley

Gas Prices Continue To Rise

Gas prices continue to climb across Saskatchewan, and Moose Jaw isn’t an exception. The average price per litre is $1.189. It is a jump of five cents in a relatively short time span. Dan McTeague is ... read more..

Local News
Jordan Woodley

Mysterious Dead Fish at Sask Landing Just Nature At Work

It was just days ago that an unusual sight appeared on the shore of the Saskatchewan Landing Provincial Park. Around 30 fish died and had washed up onshore sometime last weekend after being found by ... read more..

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Jordan Woodley

Rail Backlog Is Now Impacting Potash

The possible strike by CP Rail employees is having an impact on the potash industry. The rail backlog that farmers have been trying to get some help with... is now expanding to the Potash industry.&n... read more..

Local News
Blaise Wozniak

Saskatchewan HIV and AIDS Numbers 2 Times the National Average

 The Saskatchewan Union of Nurses met on Wednesday and Thursday in Moose Jaw for their annual general meeting, to discuss the year that what, and what the future holds in store. A major topic of read more..

Local News
Hayley Hart

Hundreds Celebrate Sask Polytechnic's 2018 Convocation

On Friday a number of Saskatchewan Polytechnic students and staff, along with family and friends, headed west of the Friendly City to celebrate. They held a convocation ceremony that highlighted grad... read more..

Local News
Blaise Wozniak

More Garbage Pickup Changes Coming May 1

The City of Moose Jaw announced their plan earlier this month to trash curbside garbage pickup, and starting Tuesday, that change is in effect. City of Moose Jaw Communications Manager, Craig Hemingw... read more..

Local News
Barrie Vice

Close Call With Grass Fire At Buffalo Pound

Dry conditions and a stiff breeze proved to be a bad combination as a large grass fire burnt a significant amount of land on the north end of Buffalo Pound Lake. Carrie Mullen was one of the resident... read more..

Local News
Hayley Hart

Thundering Hills Dance Troupe Entertains and Inspires (PHOTO GALLERY)

       Thursday evening the Thundering Hills Dance Troupe left the audience in awe after performing various pow wow dances read more..

Local News
Blaise Wozniak

Update Released on Thursday Arrest

Some very serious charges have been laid against the man that led police on a cross-city tour Thursday morning in Moose Jaw. 29-year-old Mitch Prosser was arrested following multi break-ins, a vehicl... read more..

Local News
Chris Rasmussen

Immunizations Save Lives

Immunizations have not only played a significant role in the number of lives in Canada and the world, but have also impacted society drastically, making diseases like Polio, measles, and tuberculosis ... read more..

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Chris Rasmussen

Tax Deadline Looms

Have you filed your taxes yet? That'll be a common question this weekend as the tax deadline approaches on Monday. Like almost everything else in the world, digital is the way to go according to Rand... read more..

Local News
Chris Rasmussen

Snow on the Way?

It's not our fault, we just deliver the forecast.  Environment Canada is telling us that snow is on the way. Earlier in the week, officials had said that a cold front would move in and clash wit... read more..

Local News
Chris Rasmussen

Conservatives Knocking at the Door

Andrew Sheer appears to be doing exactly what his party needed as the Conservatives are making gains across the country. A new MainStreet Research Poll of 9400 Canadian voters showed more support for... read more..

Local News
Hayley Hart

Assiniboia Council Approves Capital Budget, Working on Mill Rate

Now that communities have had time to process the provincial budget and make adjustments to their own, the town of Assiniboia is optimistic for what 2018 will look like.  They recently passed th... read more..

Local News
Hayley Hart

Residents and Visitors Enjoy Treaty Walk (PHOTO GALLERY)

A small but monumental piece to the Atimiskakewak 2018 National Gathering was the daily Treaty Walks that began at Moose Jaw's Public Library.  Students and a teacher from a school in Fort Qu'Ap... read more..

Local News
Blaise Wozniak

Local Farmer Inducted into Sask Ag Hall of Fame

A lifetime in agriculture is something to be celebrated and honoured, and that is what happened this past weekend as Doug Howe was inducted into the Saskatchewan Agriculture Hall of Fame. Doug ranche... read more..

Local News
Hayley Hart

29 Year Old in Custody After Multiple Break Ins and Threats

The Moose Jaw Police Service has one man in custody following multiple break ins early in the morning on Thursday.  According to police, 29-year-old Mitch Prosser from Moose Jaw allegedly drove ... read more..

Local News
Blaise Wozniak

Mayor Frustrated Over High Street

It's not exactly a list you want to be on the top of, and Mayor Fraser Tolmie is not pleased with the news this week that High Street West is currently at the top of the list for CAA's worst roads in ... read more..

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