Monthly Archive

May 2018

Welcome to our Archives page. On this page you will find totaly 188 of our articles broken down into Months and Years.
Local News
Hayley Hart

4th Ave & High Street Temporarily Closed on Wednesday

We went quite a while with seeing little to no traffic on High Street in Moose Jaw, but as of this week that's no longer the case.  It might not be day to day traffic, but crews from the city, c... read more..

Local News
Hayley Hart

Councillor Swanson Not Sold on Garbage Collection Price Hike

This past Monday's Council meeting had a full agenda and throughout the meeting a few feathers were ruffled.  Councillor Brian Swanson shared with the room how he was displeased following the ap... read more..

Local News
Hayley Hart

Equipment Move Underway in Southern Sask

The big move is underway for the two pieces of equipment travelling down Highway 13, headed for the Chinook Power Station in Swift Current. The two pieces are being moved on two trucks each, one pull... read more..

Local News
Bryce Johnson

City Begins Work on Fixing High Street

As of Tuesday morning, The City of Moose Jaw has begun the process of fixing and rehabilitating High Street. After months of divots and complete avoidance of the street, the City and their hired cont... read more..

Local News
Bryce Johnson

Provincial Parks Go Under Fire Ban

Saskatchewan's Ministry of Environment has issued an immediate fire ban for all provincial parks south of Churchill River straight down to the US border. This ban includes Buffalo Pound and the major... read more..

Local News
Chris Rasmussen

CFIB Calls For Compensation for High Street Businesses

While city crews move in to take over construction on High Street West Tuesday, businesses are still going to be impacted into the summer as the headache continues. The area was voted the worst road i... read more..

Local News
Chris Rasmussen

MP Says Concerns at 15 Wing Are Unfounded

To his knowledge, there are no cuts coming to 15 Wing Moose Jaw despite the concerns raised by Saskatchewan NDP Opposition Leader Ryan Meili. Earlier this month, Meili rose in Question Period and exp... read more..

Local News
Chris Rasmussen

Property Tax Bylaw Approved for 2018

Taxes are officially going up in Moose Jaw. Council passed the bylaw Monday night to raise taxes by 6.4% but due to a new tax policy approved back in March, you could be paying a little more or a litt... read more..

Local News
Chris Rasmussen

It's Going to Cost More for Garbage Collection

The backlash on social media was instantaneous Monday night as city council approved a motion to raised the price that we pay for garbage collection. The rate was expected to be $7.25 per month for 2... read more..

Local News
Chris Rasmussen

Host Clarifies Rules for Eagles Concert

Following public outcry on social media after releasing a poster with tips on getting the most out of the Eagles concert coming up Thursday, the Regina Exhibition Association Limited and the Mastercar... read more..

Local News
Chris Rasmussen

New Health Care Partnership Signed

Details are light but the province has signed on to a new partnership with Ottawa that will shift the care of residents from the hospital to a community setting. Saskatchewan Health Minister Jim Reit... read more..

Local News
Jordan Woodley

Burrowing Owl Centre Opens for 2018 Season

Since 1997 the Saskatchewan Burrowing Owl Interpretive Centre has been rescuing and educating people on Burrowing Owls. For people looking to learn more on the owls there is lots of opportunity says ... read more..

Local News
Hayley Hart

Provincial Parks Gearing Up for May Long Weekend

The 2018 season opens for Saskatchewan’s provincial parks on Thursday. “Camping is a summertime staple here in Saskatchewan,” Parks, Culture and Sport Minister Gene Makowksy said in a statement. “Thi... read more..

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Jordan Woodley

Local Victoria Cross to Stay in Canada

David Vivian Currie was awarded the Victoria Cross for his actions during World War 2. The medal was given for his actions during an offensive in St. Lambert-sur-Dives, France during World War Two. T... read more..

Local News
Hayley Hart

New City Manager Settling in to New Role

Coming into work on your first day and finding out that your city finished first for the worst road in the province probably isn't exactly what our new City Manager had in mind, but unfortunately that... read more..

Local News
Chris Rasmussen

More Tools for Police Vehicles

Moose Jaw Police who are assigned to the rural traffic patrol have be issued automatic plate readers to assist in their work. Police have been using three of the units for the last few years, bringing... read more..

Local News
Chris Rasmussen

City Ready to Take Over on High Street West

"No, I don't see that we're reacting to this. It's not a reaction." Mayor Fraser Tolmie says the wheels were in motion long before High Street West finished as the worst road in the province, accordi read more..

Local News
Chris Rasmussen

Rules For Eagles Concert Ruffle A Few Feathers

As classic rock fans get set for a huge concert in Regina later this week, the host facility is facing some pushback on social media. On the weekend, Evraz Place posted some reminders about parking, ... read more..

Local News
Chris Rasmussen

Band & Choral Festival Hits Moose Jaw

Downtown Moose Jaw will be filled with the sounds of music to start the new week as the 69th annual Moose Jaw Band and Choral Festival kicks off Monday. Organizers say about 97 groups with about 3000... read more..

Local News
Jordan Woodley

Upgrades to Water Treatment Plant in Assiniboia

They identified an issue early and the timing was on their side. The Assiniboia Water Treatment Plant is set to undergo 2 million dollars worth of upgrades, with the work expected to be finished by t... read more..

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Jordan Woodley

A Month After Garbage Changes Mayor of Assiniboia is Pleased

Hoping to save the stress and money, the Town of Assiniboia has made some changes over the last couple of months to how their garbage collection is being handled.It was a little over a month ago that ... read more..

Local News
Jordan Woodley

Assiniboian Elected Canadian Dental Association President

The Canadian Dental Association is the national voice for Dentistry practice here in Canada. Throughout the time the association has been around there has never been a University of Saskatchewan Grad... read more..

Local News
Jordan Woodley

Spring It Forward A Success

12 days to a cleaner city - that was the goal of the first "Spring It Forward" program in the city, part of an initiative called "Clean it Up Month". Residents, groups and business' gathered on Satur read more..

Local News
Jordan Woodley

North Portal Border Crossing Introduces New Detector Dog Team

There's a new face at the CBSA North Portal border crossing. However, he's got a bit more fur and a much better nose than the rest of the dedicated officers on staff there. His name is Chase, and he'... read more..

Local News
Jordan Woodley

Caterpillars Could Cause Issue This Spring

Tent caterpillars caused some issues around not only Moose Jaw but the province as a whole last year, and they'll be coming back soon. The caterpillars will eat leaves and nest in their favourite tre... read more..

Local News
Jordan Woodley

Allergy Season Returns For Spring

Allergy season is upon us. Those who have them are most likely already feeling their effects with the warm weather we've been experiencing lately. The red, itchy, watering eyes, the stuffy itchy nose... read more..

Local News
Hayley Hart

Memorandum of Understanding Signed For Drone Program

Moose Jaw is now one step closer to offering a course for people who would like to become an accredited drone pilot. On Friday morning, all four partners officially signed a Memorandum of Understandi... read more..

Local News
Blaise Wozniak

Nurse Practitioners to Prescribe Medication for Opioid Addictions

Last week, The Saskatchewan Registered Nurses Association held a meeting where they voted in favour of allowing nurse practitioners to be able to prescribe medication for those suffering from opioid a... read more..

Local News
Jordan Woodley

Composting Returns to Assiniboia

The composting program is back for another year in the community of Assiniboia. Crews have begun going around the city to collect the compost bags. Assiniboia Mayor Bob Himbeault talks about wh... read more..

Local News
Jordan Woodley

Another Province Bans Declawing Cats

Declawing cats has been a controversial topic for some time. The practice is already being banned in some places. It has been banned in the United Kingdom, Australia, some Californian cities and... read more..

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