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
Bryce Johnson

Police Looking for Leads After Incident With Red Car & Weapon

Moose Jaw Police are looking for any witnesses who may have seen an incident Wednesday when a complainant was threatened by a group of men in a car. At 1:37 pm, police received a call about males wea... read more..

Local News
Hayley Hart

MJ Police Partners With Medic Alert

Every piece of information helps when a person has disappeared.  That's why the Moose Jaw Police Service has teamed up with Medic Alert to gain access to information on some individuals whe... read more..

Local News
Becki Schultz

Eden Care Opens Three New Group Homes in Moose Jaw

The Government of Saskatchewan and Eden Care Communities Management Inc. officially opened three new group homes in Moose Jaw Thursday. Taking part in the ribbon-cutting ceremony at the Brigham Road ... read more..

Local News
Chris Rasmussen

SaskPower Looks to Customers for New Power Options

Looking to increase the amount of renewable energy the count on to supply the province, SaskPower is hoping to get some help from their customers. As part of their plan to lower emission levels 40% b... read more..

Local News
Super User

Local Farmer, Professor Questions If USMCA Will Pass Congress

More reaction on this week’s United States, Mexico, Canada agreement this time from south of the border. Andy Schmitz owns land at Moose Jaw but is also a Professor of Food and Resource Economics a read more..

Local News
Chris Rasmussen

Local Poet Receives Emerging Artist Award

As the Saskatchewan Festival of Words launched another season of Performers Cafes, they also awarded one of their fan favourites with the RBC Emerging Artist Award. Terri Bosner, a headliner at the c... read more..

Local News
Chris Rasmussen

Local Physicians Meet To Talk Shop

The local medical community is gathering for a special meeting Thursday evening in Moose Jaw. Members of the Saskatchewan Medical Association are meeting with physicians from the Five Hills Regional M... read more..

Local News
Becki Schultz

Visit Moose Jaw Announces New Board Member

Visit Moose Jaw announced a new member to their board of directors on Wednesday. The announcement was made in the lobby of the Temple Gardens Hotel & Spa in downtown Moose Jaw. Super 8 by Wy... read more..

Local News
Hayley Hart

SGI Releases New Campaign to Combat Impaired Driving

Trying to combat some of the worst statistics associated with drinking and driving, SGI has launched a brand new campaign. It's called 'A Knock on the Door' and some residents can, unfortunately, rel... read more..

Local News
Hayley Hart

Province & Feds Announce $900M in Infrastructure Funding

As Moose Jaw works through the infrastructure issues that we face, the province and the federal government have inked a new long-term agreement. The bilateral agreement will provide more than $896 mi... read more..

Local News
Blaise Wozniak

Despite Bad Publicity, Mayor Pleased With Infrastructure Work

After three of Moose Jaw's roads made the list of CAA Saskatchewan’s Worst Roads 2018 campaign - including High Street, which took the number 1 spot - city infrastructure has been a hot topic. Even t... read more..

Local News
Hayley Hart

Advance Polls Open This Week

The democratic process comes alive Wednesday in Moose Jaw. Advance polls open for the first time for the October 17th by-election. The first ballots will be marked at 5 o'clock Wednesday evening with... read more..

Local News
Hayley Hart

SaskEnergy Rates to Decrease

SaskEnergy has submitted an application to the Saskatchewan Rate Review Panel that would substantially reduce the commodity rate. It was sent in last Friday to the review panel and had two layers to ... read more..

Local News
Chris Rasmussen

Crown Stays Charges Against Alberta Man

The 44 year old Alberta man arrested earlier this summer after police spotted him driving a stolen truck and trailer, has been released and all charged have been stayed. Kelly Keay was found driving ... read more..

Local News
Chris Rasmussen

Mixed Conditions on Local Roads

Snow and rain over the last several days have done a number to local roads and highways, contributing to several collisions around southern Saskatchewan. In the city there's a lot of slush, snow and ... read more..

Local News
Hayley Hart

Damp & Cold Conditions to Continue

  The wet and cold conditions we've started this month with are just glimpse of how the next little will be.  If you weren't ready for winter-like conditions just yet, Meteorologists  read more..

Local News
Becki Schultz

Flu Season and Flu Shots Go Together

Flu season is right around the corner, and the Saskatchewan Health Authority is encouraging residents to get vaccinated early. Starting October 22, the free flu vaccine will be available through publ... read more..

Local News
Hayley Hart

MJ's Rubarb Productions Closes the Curtain For Good

Just on the heels of their Summer Theatrefest, Moose Jaw's Professional theater company is closing their doors. Rubarb Productions sent out to note to teachers and media partners Tuesday aft... read more..

Local News
Chris Rasmussen

UPDATE: No Injuries Reported Following Hwy 1 Collision

Highway 1 traffic was briefly impacted late morning on Tuesday following an accident.  According to RCMP, they were called around 11 am for a report of a collision, upon arrival f... read more..

Local News
Hayley Hart

Distracted Driving Spotlight for SGI & Law Enforcement

SGI is reminding motorist to #JustDrive. Distracted driving is the traffic safety spotlight for the month of October. Last year distracted drivers caused more than 6,000 collisions resulting in 953 i... read more..

Local News
Hayley Hart

2018 Tree of Significance Chosen

Sometimes we forget they're here, but the trees in our city are getting some attention.  Each year the city of Moose Jaw hosts a campaign called the Tree of Significance, where they accept nomin... read more..

Local News
Hayley Hart

Reaction to USMCA Continues In Saskatchewan

The new trade agreement between Canada and the United States, reached late Sunday, will see the two countries avoid further tariffs down the road, but it didn’t address some concerns the public had as... read more..

Local News
Chris Rasmussen

Police Prepare for Considerable Cannabis Change

Canada is about to embark on something so new that every branch of the government and facet of society will have to learn how to deal with it. Cannabis is just over two weeks away from coming out of t... read more..

Local News
Chris Rasmussen

'Fuel Good Days' Results in $10,119 Donation

Moose Jaw Coop held their annual 'Fuel Good Days' on September 18, which saw 10 cents from every litre of gas sold being donated to Moose Jaw Families for Change. And on Monday morning - they were ab... read more..

Local News
Chris Rasmussen

Co-op Staff Issue Strike Notice

Service at the local Co-op locations in Moose Jaw will be impacted for the foreseeable future as the local union representing staff has issued a strike notice to their employer and then took to the pi... read more..

Local News
Hayley Hart

Police Following Provincial Discipline For Cannabis Use

Calgary Police are getting into a fight with their union after announcing officers will not be allowed to consume cannabis, even when off-duty or on vacation. The decision comes in advance of legaliz... read more..

Local News
Hayley Hart

New Detours, More Work Starting in October

October is the start of crunch time for many crews and contractors in the city.  With that in mind, the city is advising residents that one local detour is going to look a little different for t... read more..

Local News
Hayley Hart

NDP Promises $15 Minimum Wage If They Win Next Election

We've still got a few years to make a decision, but a recent promise may have swayed some voters.  On Monday when the province bumped up Saskatchewan's minimum wage, the NDP said if they're elec... read more..

Local News
Bryce Johnson

Mayor Tolmie on DFFH Investigation and Scandal

It's been one week since we learned that City Councillors Brian Swanson, Scott McMann, and Crystal Froese were hit with penalties after an investigation into the Downtown Facility and Field House... read more..

Local News
Chris Rasmussen

Minimum Wage Increases by a Dime

Minimum wage earners on the prairies will see their next pay cheque increase but for those in Saskatchewan, you might not even notice. October 1st marks changes to Saskatchewan, Alberta and Manitoba ... read more..

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