Monthly Archive

March 2019

Welcome to our Archives page. On this page you will find totaly 220 of our articles broken down into Months and Years.
Local News
Zack Drake

NDP Budget Forum Held at the MJ Public Library

An NDP budget forum was held in Moose Jaw on Sunday afternoon at the Moose Jaw Public Library. The forum was open to the public and Moose Jaw residents were encouraged to come, listen and discuss key... read more..

Local News
Zack Drake

Vital Community Conversation at the YMCA

Another Vital Community Conversation was held on Sunday in Moose Jaw. A number of questions were asked and answered, including "What does community mean to us?', and "What challenges does your commun... read more..

Local News
Zack Drake

Wisdom Bowl Fundraiser For Wakamow Tomorrow Night

The First Ever Wisdom Bowl, a fundraiser at the Wakamow Valley Authority office, will be tomorrow night from 7:00pm - 10:00pm. Event Planner Trish German explained why she chose a trivia night. "I a... read more..

Local News
Zack Drake

Mayor Tolmie Posts Huge Blades Sticker On Mac The Moose

Mayor Fraser Tolmie and Mayor Charlie Clark of Saskatoon made a bet on the 21st of March based on the first round of the WHL playoffs between the Blades and Warriors. On Tolmie's side of the wager, i... read more..

Local News
Hayley Hart

'Team Mac' Kept Busy Gathering Info For Engineering Report

Moose Jaw's Mac the Moose might not be making headlines on a daily basis anymore, but that doesn't mean "Team Mac" isn't doing hours upon hours of work for this project. The hope is that our city's m... read more..

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Hayley Hart

Hunter Brothers Perform Anthem on Opening Day

They have performed all across Canada and the United States, performed for thousands at a Saskatchewan Roughriders game and even had a song used for the 2019 IIHF World Juniors, but the Hunter Brother... read more..

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Hayley Hart

Stopping The Spread Of Dutch Elm With Pruning Ban

From April 1 to August 31 every year, it is illegal to prune elm trees in Saskatchewan. "The ban coincides with the time of year when the elm bark beetles that spread Dutch elm disease are most activ... read more..

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Hayley Hart

Lumsden RCMP Looking For Suspects in Care Home Theft

Some feelings are hurt in the community of Lumsden after culprits prayed upon some of the elderly. According to RCMP two men entered a senior care facility claiming to be family members of a resident... read more..

Local News
Corey Atkinson

Valley View Will Move Out Final 24 Residents by End of Year

The Valley View Centre just south of Moose Jaw had four more residents move out into a smaller group home in Saskatoon last month, bringing the total of residents down to 24. The facility hasn't had ... read more..

Local News
Zack Drake

Aaron Ruston Nominated as Finalist 4th Year in a Row

Over the last four years, a spotlight has been put over Aaron Ruston of Purposed Financial in Moose Jaw on a national stage.  Ruston has been recognized as one of the top five financial adv... read more..

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Blaise Wozniak

New Income Assistance Advisory Group Formed by SK Gov

The Government of Saskatchewan will be forming a new Income Assistance Advisory Group to aid in improving income assistance programs for Social Services. The newly minted IAAG is to be... read more..

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Blaise Wozniak

Littering Along Rural Roads an Issue in Moose Jaw Area

It isn't uncommon to find unwanted furniture, appliances and construction materials lying in a ditch on the outskirts of Moose Jaw. Dumping it there is illegal, but that's not always a deterrent. Rur... read more..

Local News
Corey Atkinson

Prairie South, Holy Trinity To Collaborate On New School

Holy Trinity Director of Education Sean Chase has been through the joint-use school building process before. Chase, who was at Riverview Collegiate Thursday night to speak about the new school earmar... read more..

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Corey Atkinson

Consumers Reminded of Drive-Away Prices for Vehicles

The Financial and Consumer Affairs Authority of Saskatchewan is reminding people about the advertising price laws in the province. Vehicle dealers are required to have their advertised price include ... read more..

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Corey Atkinson

Students At Vanier Giving Back To Barber For The Homeless

A class at Vanier Collegiate are giving back, anyway they can. As part of the Christian Action Plan or CAP, 23 students, along with a few teachers and staff, put together bags to support the homeless... read more..

Local News
Corey Atkinson

Support, Compassion Themes For Heartland Hospice Event

Support, compassion, and awareness were the themes of the night, as Heartland Hospice Moose Jaw held an event Thursday night at the Mae Wilson Theatre. The event brought together over a hundred p... read more..

Local News
Corey Atkinson

Carbon Tax To Have Impact On SaskEnergy Bills

The provincial government has approved the changes recommended by the Saskatchewan Rate Review Panel to deliver the lowest commodity prices to consumers in 20 years for SaskEnergy. The price will be ... read more..

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Corey Atkinson

Community Talks About New South Hill School Project

The new multi-use school proposed in the provincial budget for South Hill earlier this month was the topic of conversation Thursday night at Riverview Collegiate. Parents and members of the community... read more..

Local News
Zack Drake

Concert Pianist To Perform in Moose Jaw

Originally from Assiniboia Saskatchewan, James Coghlin has been studying Piano performance for nearly 10 years and is currently working on his PhD. "Carol was a really big influence," Coghlin is a fo... read more..

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Corey Atkinson

Hunting, Angling Licenses to Be Free for Veterans

Saskatchewan will be providing free hunting and angling licences to veterans of the Canadian Armed Forces.  The free licenses will be available April 12. Chuck Lees, Provincial Wildlife Man... read more..

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Zack Drake

Spinal Cord Injury Saskatchewan Hosts Meeting at Providence Place

The Spinal Cord Injury Saskatchewa (SCI Sask) held a meeting at Providence Place Thursday afternoon to discuss certain questions revolving around special needs accessibility, societal challenges and w... read more..

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Corey Atkinson

FSIN Chief Asking Feds to Expedite Disaster Relief

The Chief of the Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations is asking the federal government to speed up disaster assistance money. Bobby Cameron said that if the provincial government is going to st... read more..

Local News
Hayley Hart

Dancers Delight for Donations, 1,000 lbs Collected for Food Bank

On Sunday over 100 dancers hit the stage to support a local agency.  Dance Images by B.J. held their annual Dance for Hunger Showcase, which saw a packed house at Peacock Collegiate High School ... read more..

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Corey Atkinson

Camping Reservations Open

As the snow melts into our distant memories, camping season in Saskatchewan is upon us. Reservations for seasonal sites have begun, while group bookings can be reserved starting April 4. Nightly... read more..

Local News
Hayley Hart

SGEU Employees Upset By Idea to Privatize Liquor & Cannabis Sales

The Saskatchewan Government and General Employees Union are speaking out again the provincial government's idea to privatize liquor and cannabis sales, saying that revenues from the Saskatchewan Liquo... read more..

Local News
Blaise Wozniak

NDP Hold Town Hall Meeting in MJ, Another Set for Sunday

Moose Jaw Wakamow and Moose Jaw North NDP held a town hall meeting on Wednesday hosted by Cathy Sproule – NDP MLA for Saskatoon Nutana. Secretary Treasurer for the Wakamow NDP, Stacey Landin, explain... read more..

Local News
Hayley Hart

Social Work Week Proclaimed

Saskatchewan has officially proclaimed March 24th-30th as Social Work Week. The theme for this year’s celebration is 'Real People. Real Impact.' “Social Work Week gives us the opportunity to recogni... read more..

Local News
Dan Mason

Anonymous for the Voiceless Display on Main Street

Local members of a street activist group in were in town, performing on Main Street last weekend.Anonymous for the Voiceless, a group dedicated to animal liberation, performed what they call a Cube of... read more..

Local News
Dan Mason

Canker Worms Set to Invade Moose Jaw

With about 2 weeks left until we start to see canker worms around the city, it's time to band your trees. Sarah Regent, Parks Gardener:"The easiest way to prevent canker worms is to band your trees. ... read more..

Local News
Dan Mason

Wages Increase in Saskatchewan

The average weekly wage in Saskatchewan was higher in January than it was in December, as wages across the country increased last month. Each province saw an increase in wages, ranging from a 4.5 perc... read more..

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