Monthly Archive

October 2018

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

Greyhound Fetches Last Customers

The Amalgamated Transit Union is claiming that by not stepping in, Ottawa is leaving two million Canadians stranded - without a way to leave their current towns and cities for things like doctors appo... read more..

Local News
Hayley Hart

15 Wing Fellowship 'Supports Our Troops'

October ended on a high note for one local group south of the city.  On Tuesday, Support Our Troops received a financial boost from 15 Wing Fellowship for their continued work with military... read more..

Local News
Becki Schultz

PATHS Happy with Speech from the Throne

The October 24th Speech from the Throne, which marked the first day of the Third Session of the 28th Legislature, highlighted two very important issues that affect women who have been abused or are at... read more..

Local News
Hayley Hart

Tips for a Safe Halloween From the Sask. Prevention Institute

Halloween is a favourite day of the year for many children. It's important for kids and parents to have a plan and make sure they both do their part to have a safe and fun Halloween night.  Kara... read more..

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Chris Rasmussen

Howlin' Good Time but Be Safe

With all of the little ghosts and goblins ready to hit the streets in their search for treats and goodies, it's important to keep an eye out if you're on the roads. Lots of dark costumes and excited ... read more..

Local News
Chris Rasmussen

City Wraps Up Phase 3 Construction

They were able to get over 2,300 metres of pipe replaced and are calling it a successful construction season. Moose Jaw City Hall has closed the book on Phase 3 of Cast Iron Replacement for 2018 and w... read more..

Local News
Chris Rasmussen

Rain Arrives Early

There was a bit of surprise moisture Tuesday night that has led to some slippery conditions in pockets of the province. The rain started just before 10 Tuesday evening and has continued off and on. T... read more..

Local News
Blaise Wozniak

US CBP Responds to Cannabis Using Canadians Crossing Border

After threatening a lifetime ban from entering the United States if you are involved in the marijuana industry in Canada, Saskatchewan residents are now being turned away from entering America for adm... read more..

Local News
Becki Schultz

Mid-term Check-in with Councillor Froese

It's been a tumultuous first half for members of Moose Jaw City Council - who were elected in 2016 - as they embark on the last two years of their current term. Between increased financial pressure t... read more..

Local News
Blaise Wozniak

Saskatchewan Dragoons to Unveil New Guidon Saturday

There will be a very special ceremony taking place at 15 Wing this Saturday, as the Saskatchewan Dragoons hold their celebration of the consecration of the guidon. Sgt Steven Cox is the Unit Public A... read more..

Local News
Becki Schultz

Pot? Not at Saskatchewan Polytechnic

Not at Saskatchewan Polytechnic. That’s the message coming from the educational institution when it comes to cannabis use on campus. The smoking and consumption of cannabis is prohibited in all of t... read more..

Local News
Hayley Hart

Construction Delays at North Portal Border Crossing

The Canadian Border Service Agency (CBSA) is advising travelers to Canada to use Northgate border crossing (North Dakota Highway 8) and the Estevan Highway border crossing (North Dakota Highway 4... read more..

Local News
Chris Rasmussen

Council to Discuss DFFH November 13th

The Downtown Facility and Fieldhouse Board has been a hot topic in Moose Jaw following a mishandled investigation into employee complaints that resulted in the board being disbanded and the council re... read more..

Local News
Chris Rasmussen

MidTerm Check in With Councillor Luhning

We've reached the halfway mark for the current members of Moose Jaw City Council and what a two years it's been. There has been no shortage of controversy or pressure when it comes to keeping the ship... read more..

Local News
Chris Rasmussen

Combined Police Unit Issue 80 Tickets

SGI had a number of High Visibility Enforcement Check Stops around the province his past weekend. Stops were set up on Highway 11 at Chamberlain and east of Saskatoon on Highway 16. Out of the 1700 v... read more..

Local News
Chris Rasmussen

SaskPower Looks to Manitoba for Electricity

SaskPower has announced a partnership with Manitoba Hydro that would see the Saskatchewan buy an additional 215 megawatts of renewable energy from Manitoba. The deal, which doesn't begin until 2022, ... read more..

Local News
Hayley Hart

Southern Sask Family Featured On Web Series

A documentary web series, “Real Farm Lives”, premiered Wednesday night, and front and center on the show is a family from southeast Saskatchewan. The Englot family near Montmartre owns Costa Lotta Fa... read more..

Local News
Becki Schultz

Goals for KidSport in its Fifth Season

On Friday, October 26, SaskEnergy, its network members, KidSport Saskatchewan, and the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League announced the start of the fifth season for 'Goals for KidSport', a program tha... read more..

Local News
Bryce Johnson

City Updates Almost 20 Year Old Policy on Trees

In order to improve horticulture in Moose Jaw and clear things up for residents, the City's Parks and Rec Department have updated their Boulevard Tree Removal Policy. "The biggest reason [for the cha... read more..

Local News
Blaise Wozniak

Carbon Tax Could Mean Higher Gas Bills, Potential Rebates

New details released by Ottawa are shedding some light on what homeowners are going to be faced with if a carbon tax is implimented in Saskatchewan. A group known as the Canadians for Affordable Ener... read more..

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Bryce Johnson

Rain and Cold Weather Sporadic Over Prairies

As we continue further into fall, the beautiful weather we've been seeing seems to be coming to an end. This weeks forecast shows a downward trend in daytime highs and even some chances of snow or ra... read more..

Local News
Chris Rasmussen

Under a Year Until Next Federal Election

It silently ticketed, overshadowed by the legalization of cannabis, but we are less than twelve months away from a federal election here in Canada. While the official call has not been made, all plan... read more..

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Chris Rasmussen

Cooling Trend on the Way

It was another beautiful weekend in Saskatchewan but that will likely mark the end of the above normal weather. The new forecast is showing a cooling trend that will move in this week and will slowly... read more..

Local News
Bryce Johnson

High Street Celebrates With Re-Opening

It was a celebration for businesses and the City as High Street got its grand re-opening party. Being called the "best road in Saskatchewan," after being voted the worst, the Moose Jaw and District C... read more..

Local News
Bryce Johnson

Better Together Food Drive Returns for 13th Year

For its 13th annual year, the Better Together Food Drive will be coming to everyone's doorsteps. The Hillcrest Church's October food drive is always a success, especially with how easy it is when you... read more..

Local News
Bryce Johnson

Wildlife Federation Not Placing Out Collection Bins This Season

The Saskatchewan Wildlife Federation (SWF) is informing all hunters that they will not be accepting animal hides this year and will not be setting out collection bins this year, or for the foreseeable... read more..

Local News
Bryce Johnson

RCMP Identify Human Remains as Ruby Barnes

A four-month missing person case has been closed. An autopsy has revealed the remains found in a vehicle in a wooded area near Bangor, SK on Monday is Ruby Barnes. The 64-year-old woman was reported ... read more..

Local News
Bryce Johnson

Community Grants Proposals Now Being Accepted

Organizations and residents have a little over a month now to get their applications into the City's Community Grant Program. "The community grant proposals for any organizations, sports, rec, or cul... read more..

Local News
Bryce Johnson

City Looking for Nominations for Boards and Advisory Positions

Once again the City of Moose Jaw is putting out the call to residents to join a number of the City's Boards, Committees & Commissions. Interested residents will need to fill out an application an... read more..

Local News
Hayley Hart

RCMP & SGI Team Up For High Visibility Enforcement

This weekend the Saskatchewan RCMP are going to be quite noticeable. Partnering with SGI, the RCMP will be out on roadways this Saturday and Sunday participating in an initiative called H-V-E or High... read more..

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