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May 2018

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Local News
Bryce Johnson

Transplant Trot Raises Over $10K

Supporters, organ donors, and transplant receivers gathered at Sunningdale School Sunday for the 5th Annual Transplant Trot in Moose Jaw. Started by Kevin Gadd in 2014, the run continues on every year... read more..

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Bryce Johnson

Stay Safe on the Ride Home

More people will be out on the highways this weekend and SGI wants you to stay safe.  "Every long weekend," explained SGI's Tyler McMurchy, "we like to remind people that more people will b... read more..

Local News
Bryce Johnson

Saskpower Launches New Power Outage Map

SaskPower has launched a new power outage map, which they hope will give customers an easy way to get information on power outages across the province. The interactive map will give updates and estim... read more..

Local News
Bryce Johnson

May Long Shows Promising Weather

There is something about the May Long Weekend that seems to invite bad weather. Whether it's cold temperatures, thunderstorms or even snow, May Long is not known for great weather. However, that might... read more..

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Bryce Johnson

Sexual Assault Awareness Week Supports Victims

Saturday marked the end of the week long campaign to raise public awareness about sexual assault and the services available. The Government of Saskatchewan declared this past week as Sexual Assault A... read more..

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Bryce Johnson

Fire Isn't the Only Thing Banned

One last reminder for those hitting the camps and picnic sites this Victoria Day weekend.  Along with the Fire ban, campgrounds and picnic areas within provincial parks and recreation sites have... read more..

Local News
Bryce Johnson

Busy Weekend Expected for CBSA

The Victoria Day long weekend is one of the busiest the Canada Border Services Agency, as Canadians head south to take advantage of the holiday, and many Americans come up north to go camping ahead of... read more..

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Bryce Johnson

RCMP Out for National Impaired Driving Enforcement Day

Canada Road Safety Week continues on, and Saturday is National Impaired Driving Enforcement Day. The safety week began on 15th and runs until the 21st. The goal of the week is to curb the number of p... read more..

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Bryce Johnson

Little Chicago Info Booth Officially Returns

Bus 19 may not be taking it regular routes anymore, but it made its official return to Moose Jaw on Friday after a short hiatus from the Friendly City. The bus, which served the city's transit system... read more..

Local News
Hayley Hart

Police Service Hosts Rodeos for Bike Safety Week

Bike Safety Week wrapped up just before the May long weekend. Local schools and organizations spent the past five days participating in bike rodeos to make sure everyone is being safe - hosted by the... read more..

Local News
Bryce Johnson

Update on High Street Repairs

The work on High Street West will be moving into its next steps soon and we now have an idea of what exactly will take place. The City began the work this week by performing sewer camera operations a... read more..

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Hayley Hart

Province Hopeful Emission-Reducing Projects Get Federal Funds

The Saskatchewan government confirmed earlier today they applied to the Government of Canada's Low Carbon Economy Fund. This after the federal government already told the province if they didn't sign... read more..

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Bryce Johnson

Exercise Fire Safety This Long Weekend

With the majority of provincial parks in Saskatchewan under a fire ban and multiple wild fires burning throughout Saskatchewan, it's important to exercise caution at the parks and in town wh... read more..

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Bryce Johnson

What City Services Are Affected by Long Weekend

With the long weekend, some city facilities and services will have different hours for Victoria Day on May 21st. The stat holiday impacts facilities and services as follows: City Hall: CLOSED Waste... read more..

Local News
Chris Rasmussen

City Contemplates Demolishing Coteau Bridge

It was talked about in 2009 and again in 2010 but no decision was reached. Now city administration is once again raising concerns about the Coteau Street Bridge. The more than 100-year-old structure ... read more..

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Chris Rasmussen

Rain Brings Little Relief

According to Environment Canada, the past five months have been the driest winter and spring in 70 years for Saskatchewan. While winter moisture can be hard to calculate, we do know that the average ... read more..

Local News
Hayley Hart

Canada Road Safety Week Sees Increased Police Presence

On Tuesday, Canada Road Safety Week 2018 began.  It's an annual country-wide initiative recognized and carried out by law enforcement across the Canada, including the Moose Jaw RCMP. "This time... read more..

Local News
Hayley Hart

Chief of Paramedics Appointed as V.P. for Provincial Board

Our Chief of the Moose Jaw and District Paramedics will also be wearing another hat. Sereda was just appointed as vice president of the regulatory body of the Saskatchewan College of Paramedics, an o... read more..

Local News
Hayley Hart

Meteorologist Predicts Heaviest Rainfall Near the U.S. Border

Moose Jaw and surrounding communities got a little relief from dry conditions throughout the evening on Wednesday, and there's more on its way. However, Meteorologists don't believe it'll be the soak ... read more..

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Chris Rasmussen

City Hall is Seeing the Benefits of Safety Training

As the Saskatchewan Workers Compensation Board embarks on a campaign to try and reduce workplace injuries and deaths by 30% in three years, our own City Hall is an example of what can be done, when th... read more..

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Chris Rasmussen

Council Lowers Age Requirement for Helmets

Changes have been made to the bike helmet law for the City of Moose Jaw. The bylaw came up for discussions Monday night as the motion from executive committee arrived on their desk for final approval ... read more..

Local News
Chris Rasmussen

Rain Wednesday Night Brings Some Relief

It's a step in the right direction but won't likely be enough. Rain started to fall on the Friendly City late Wednesday afternoon with a thunderstorm developing into the evening hours. Around 5mm of r... read more..

Local News
Hayley Hart

Moose Jaw Hosts Hundreds of Visitors for Band & Choral Festival

For almost 70 years Moose Jaw has been the host city for the annual Moose Jaw Band and Choral Festival.  This week provides choirs, jazz ensembles and concert bands the opporunity to perform in ... read more..

Local News
Hayley Hart

Portion of Valley View Drive Closed for Road Rehabilitation

People driving on the far edge of South Hill may notice a disruption to their daily routines this week. Pavement rehabilitation work is set to begin Thursday morning, and the stretch of road between ... read more..

Local News
Hayley Hart

Province Makes Move to Curb Overdoses

Saskatchewan has become the third province to unschedule naloxone, which means the drug which reverses the effects of opioids will be more readily available. Naloxone had only been available through ... read more..

Local News
Hayley Hart

Phone Scammers Target Moose Jaw Following Tax Season

Just as it was predicted a few weeks ago, phone scammers are out in full force following tax season.  It's quite often that local law enforcement says they receive calls from residents who have ... read more..

Local News
Chris Rasmussen

Author of "13 Ways to Kill Your Community" to Speak in Moose Jaw

The book is titled "13 Ways to Kill Your Community" but it offers solutions too. That's why author Doug Griffiths is coming to Moose Jaw June 6th at the request of Mayor Fraser Tolmie and the Chamber ... read more..

Local News
Chris Rasmussen

Buffalo Pound is Ready for Visitors

It's only Wednesday but you can bet campers are getting set for the May Long Weekend. Staff at Buffalo Pound certainly are as Park Manager Dave Bjarnason says his crew have been busy preparing for th... read more..

Local News
Chris Rasmussen

Moose Jaw Named National Hot Spot

Less than half a degree, that's how close we were to setting a record in Moose Jaw Tuesday. The heat wave saw the Friendly City climb to 33.6 degrees officially, but the old record was 33.9 from 1934.... read more..

Local News
Chris Rasmussen

Active Fires Cause Concern

The dry conditions in the province have increased safety concerns as eleven wildfires actively burning right now. Six are reportedly contained, three are of concern and being monitored while two are o... read more..

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