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April 2019

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Local News
Hayley Hart

Street Sweeping to Resume

Now that the storm over the weekend has passed and most of what was left behind has dried up, city of Moose Jaw crews will resume street cleaning. Some of the streets on today's schedule are, but not... read more..

Local News
Corey Atkinson

Compost Pickup Begins In Assiniboia

The town of Assiniboia will be doing a free pickup of compostable material Thursday. Assiniboia Mayor Bob Himbault explains what can be picked up. “It’s primarily leaves and grass clippings,” he sai... read more..

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Hayley Hart

Caronport Mayor Looks to Become Member of Parliament

He's hoping to move from Mayor to Member of Parliament. Daniel Buck of Caronport recently tossed his hat in the ring to run in the nomination race for the Conservative Party candidacy for the Cypress... read more..

Local News
Hayley Hart

Small Policing Detachments Now Able to Join Regional Agencies

Police detachments in remote locations or smaller communities will now have more resources. The Saskatchewan Government announced on Tuesday afternoon the passing of the Police Amendment Act. With th... read more..

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Corey Atkinson

CAA Sask Pleased With Regina School Zone Decision

The city of Regina will soon have new school zone speed limits in place. CAA Saskatchewan's Christine Niemczyk was part of a committee with the city of regina that had been looking into the matter fo... read more..

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Corey Atkinson

SaskPower Begins Annual Farm Safety Campaign

Alarming numbers have been released by SaskPower just as their annual safety campaign gets underway. There were over 300 farm-related power line contacts last year, a number that has gone up over the... read more..

Local News
Hayley Hart

Medical Health Officer Shares the Dangers of Dust

Moose Jaw has been a dust bowl for the past couple of weeks, and one health official is warning that the effects could cause dire consequences. Dry weather and high winds have been kicking up di... read more..

Local News
Corey Atkinson

Gamers Donating Mighty Munchies Bags To Food Bank

For some, munchies and gaming seem to go hand in hand, and so it's a natural fit between the Moose Jaw Gaming Association and the Moose Jaw and District food bank. Kristian Sjoberg with the assocatio... read more..

Local News
Corey Atkinson

Man Found Guilty of OHS Violation

An Archerwill man was found guilty of an occupational health and safety violation that resulted in a serious injury to a worker. In Sept. 2016, a grader backed over a truck, which was pushed over the... read more..

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Corey Atkinson

Big Game Draw Applications Open Wednesday

Hunters in Saskatchewan will be able to enter the big game draw when it opens Wednesday. The provincial Ministry of the Environment advises applying early and using the online residency verification ... read more..

Local News
Dan Mason

Farmers Happy with Moisture

Driving may be a challenge following the winter storm, but farmers couldn't be happier. With all the snow over the weekend, farmers are very happy with the added moisture to their fields.The snow fall... read more..

Local News
Dan Mason

SGI Encourages Public on Cycle Safety

Cycling is a great way for people of all ages to get around as it's fun and provides exercise, though it can be dangerous if people aren't adhering to the proper safety precautions and rules of the ro... read more..

Local News
Dan Mason

Saskatchewan Farmland Value Increases

Farmland in the west central region, and across the province, saw another increase in the average value per acre in 2018. According to Farm Credit Canada 2018 Farmland Value Report Saskatchewan’s f read more..

Local News
Hayley Hart

Meili Hears From Business Owners, Seniors, Educators

The leader of the Saskatchewan New Democratic Party spent the start of his week touring around our city.  During Ryan Meili's outing, he spoke with representatives from the education sector abou... read more..

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Hayley Hart

Old Man Winter Makes Spring Appearance in Sask

To those who regularly check the forecast or listened to the radio Friday when Environment Canada issued their special weather statement this latest snow storm was no surprise.  However, the moi... read more..

Local News
Dan Mason

Street Cleaning Schedule Altered By Winter Storm

Street cleaning around town began last week, though, with this winter storm, a few plans have been altered. Streets that were scheduled for Monday and Tuesday will now be cleaned next Monday and... read more..

Local News
Dan Mason

SSGA Launch Relief Fund for Biggar Area Farmers

The Saskatchewan Stock Growers Association has launched a relief fund to help Biggar-area ranchers affected by last week’s wildfire.A total of 22 thousand acres was lost in the fire, as well as 75 mil... read more..

Local News
Dan Mason

Pair Walking Across Canada for the Homeless

When it's all said and done, they will have walked more than 8000 kilometres, and it's all to bring awareness to the homeless. Margo and Julie Middleton sold everything, put their businesses on hold,... read more..

Local News
Corey Atkinson

Seniors Clubs Talk About Future Options

If the attendance on a stormy Sunday afternoon at a special meeting for seniors organizations is any indication, citizens of Moose Jaw aren't quite ready to let their clubs die. A town hall meeting w... read more..

Local News
Corey Atkinson

Day Of Mourning For Workers Remembered

Those who died on the job - from 18-year-old Brody Hinz of the Humboldt Broncos organization - to people in their 80s from occupational diseases were remembered Sunday. The International Day of Mourn... read more..

Local News
Corey Atkinson

Crash On Highway Near Belle Plaine

A collision has been reported on the Trans Canada Highway near Belle Plaine. There aren't a lot of details available but the collision appears to have happened in the westbound lanes on or near the b... read more..

Local News
Hayley Hart

WDM Begins Steam Traction Engine Operation

Some odd sounds and sights might be taking place on the North side of the city, but we're being reminded all is under control. The Western Development Musem is hosting some of their annual training f... read more..

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Hayley Hart

Outstanding Citizenship Presented at Sask Polytech Convocation

Roughly 800 students celebrated the last few years by throwing their caps in the air at Friday's convocation ceremony held by Saskatchewan Polytechnic in Moose Jaw.  The ceremony held over 1,000... read more..

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Hayley Hart

Humane Society Book Store is Now Year Round & Relocates

There is now a place in Moose Jaw that you can shop for some new literature as well as pick out a new furry family member.  Just this week the Moose Jaw Humane Society announced some exciting ne... read more..

Local News
Corey Atkinson

Snow, Rain In Forecast Causes Winter Storm Warning

In Saskatchewan, some weekends can see the potential for thunderstorms, while other weekends could see blizzard conditions pop up. This weekend, people in this area might just be able to see both. Th... read more..

Local News
Corey Atkinson

RFP Re-Issued For Mosaic Place Third Party Management

A request for proposal (RFP) for third party management of Mosaic Place will be reissued as a result of Moose Jaw City Council's decision earlier this week. The process that took place in camera at M... read more..

Local News
Corey Atkinson

Tenders Nearly Ready For Phase 4 of Water Main Program

With the streets not yet dug up for the final part of Phase 3 of the Cast Iron water main replacement program, the City of Moose Jaw's engineering department is preparing for Phase 4. “We’re act... read more..

Local News
Corey Atkinson

Doctor Charged With Professional Misconduct

A Saskatchewan-based doctor who formerly practised in Regina faces many professional misconduct charges. Dr. Jordan Velestuck is accused of six charges of professional misconduct by the College of Ph... read more..

Local News
Corey Atkinson

Local Association Formed For People's Party Of Canada

The People's Party of Canada is hoping to get a footprint in the federal riding of Moose Jaw-Lake Centre-Lanigan. Last week, a local riding association with the party officially formed, with retired ... read more..

Local News
Dan Mason

National Day of Mourning

Every year on April 28th, Canada marks the National Day of Mourning to honour workers killed or injured on the job.Across the country, groups hold vigils, light candles, wear ribbons and armbands and ... read more..

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