Monthly Archive

April 2019

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Local News
Hayley Hart

Local Lawyer Vies For Federal NDP Nomination (VIDEO)

Moose Jaw Lawyer Talon Regent has officially thrown his hat in the ring to run in the upcoming federal election.  "With the federal election scheduled for October of 2019, I look forward to bein... read more..

Local News
Corey Atkinson

Eden Care Employees Form Union

The Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE) will now represent over 40 employees at three Moose Jaw group homes. A secret ballot vote in March now means that a total of over 40 personal support emp... read more..

Local News
Corey Atkinson

Harpauer Speaks About Budget at Chamber Lunch

Saskatchewan's finance minister was at a Moose Jaw Chamber of Commerce luncheon Thursday, speaking about the province's budget. Donna Harpauer has been touring through the province speaking on the ba... read more..

Local News
Blaise Wozniak

SGI Making Changes to the Way Vehicles Are Repaired in SK

SGI will be making mandatory changes to the way vehicles are repaired in the province starting in April 2020. Autobody shops throughout the province will need to be certified by the repair industry, ... read more..

Local News
Blaise Wozniak

Spring Yard Care Top of Mind for Many Local Residents

With with winter months behind us, residents across the city will now turn their focus to their yards. City Parks Gardener Sarah Regent says the first step anyone should take if you want your lawn to... read more..

Local News
Blaise Wozniak

K+S Shortline 101 Preparing for Another Year on the Track

The sound of the new bell on the K+S Canada Shortline 101 will soon be a regular noise throughout Moose Jaw as the Western Development Museum is gearing up for the warmer weather, getting the train pr... read more..

Local News
Dan Mason

Investigation Underway After Claimed Coerced Sterilization in MJ

The Saskatchewan Health Authority (SHA) is investigating after a claim of coerced sterilization at the Dr. F.H. Wigmore Hospital last December. In a statement before the Senate Committee on Human Rig... read more..

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Corey Atkinson

Municipalities Can Access Impacted Sites Fund

The provincial government is offering funding to help clean up environmentally impacted sites through their Impacted Sites Fund. It will provide municipalities with financial support to help cle... read more..

Local News
Dan Mason

Student Artist Showcase Friday Night

It`s a celebration of all the arts that have gone on throughout the year at Riverview Collegiate.Their 5th annual Young Artist Showcase takes place Friday night at the RVCI gym.James Irving from River... read more..

Local News
Hayley Hart

Sask Fire Chiefs Conference Set to Take Over Mosaic Place

 It hasn't been held in our city since 2012, but the Saskatchewan Association of Fire Chiefs conference is returning to Moose for the 69th annual year.  Hosted by the Moose Jaw Fire Departm read more..

Local News
Corey Atkinson

Moose Jaw Has Dryest March in Recorded History

Moose Jaw had the dryest March in 111 years of recorded weather history. A dusting of 0.2 millimetres of snow early in the month was the only recorded precipitation for the entire month. Terri Lang,... read more..

Local News
Hayley Hart

APAS President Details Full Agenda for Meetings This Week

The Agricultural Producers Association of Saskatchewan(APAS) has been conducting their annual policy meeting in Saskatoon this week. As expected, the summit has seen a lot of discussion about the car... read more..

Local News
Corey Atkinson

Police Association, Board Reach Agreement Through 2020

A new collective agreement was signed Wednesday between the Moose Jaw Board of Police Commissioners and the Moose Jaw Police Association, the group representing police in the city. The agreement was ... read more..

Local News
Hayley Hart

Snow Mold Wreaking Havoc

It's that time of year again where some are constantly sneezing, blowing their noses and dealing with itchy eyes. If that happens to be you, you may not be alone. Although the true allergy seaso... read more..

Local News
Dan Mason

April 7th Proclaimed Green Shirt Day by Sask Government

The Government of Saskatchewan has proclaimed April 7th as Green Shirt Day and is encouraging people across the province to honour Humboldt Broncos’ Logan Boulet’s legacy by wearing a green shirt on S... read more..

Local News
Hayley Hart

Reduced Hours at Entry Between Sask & Montana

U.S. Customs and Border Protection announced plans to reduce hours at four points of entry between Saskatchewan and Montana. Those possible changes have the province worried. The changes are set to ... read more..

Local News
Hayley Hart

Sask. Sees Increase in Workplace Injuries & Deaths in 2018

Last year Saskatchewan saw 48 workplace deaths according to the Saskatchewan Workers' Compensation Board. The 2018 number was an increase of 78 per cent from 2017, where 27 workplace deaths occurred.... read more..

Local News
Corey Atkinson

Boyczuk to Be Awarded Volunteer Medal

Moose Jaw’s Christine Boyczuk has been named as one of the recipients of the 2018 Saskatchewan Volunteer medal. She and 14 other recipients from all over Saskatchewan will be presented with their med... read more..

Local News
Dan Mason

Scope of Care Increased for Opioid Disorders

Saskatchewan nurses now have wider access to help those in need.Last Wednesday, the Saskatchewan Registered Nurses Association (SRNA) passed two policies that give nurse practitioners the ability to p... read more..

Local News
Dan Mason

Volunteer Fair at WDM

Volunteering is a great way to be a part of the community, and the Western Development Museum is making it easier to get involved.the WDM is holding a volunteer fair on May 4th from 1 to 4 pm at the m... read more..

Local News
Dan Mason

Motif Set to Return

Following the tough decision last year to cancel, the multicultural festival Motif will be back for its 44th year this summer.Motif Crowd enjoys food and drink from around the worldMotif Chair, Mary T... read more..

Local News
Corey Atkinson

Fee Increases at Sask's Parks Upsetting to SGEU

The Saskatchewan Government Employees Union is upset at the amount of fee increases to Saskatchewan’s parks and say the extra money isn’t going into parks. In a media release, they said that since 20... read more..

Local News
Hayley Hart

April's Traffic Safety Spotlight to Focus on Speeders

With the snow and ice melting the caution of driving on slippery roads is starting to fade and be replaced by the hustle and bustle of our hurry-up lifestyles - but according to SGI that is ... read more..

Local News
Corey Atkinson

Regina Hosting Anti-Carbon Tax Rally Thursday

An anti-carbon tax rally will be rolling into Regina Thursday. An organizer said there are already hundreds of people planning on attending. Protestors are upset about the carbon tax and a... read more..

Local News
Corey Atkinson

Public Warned About Hantavirus When Cleaning Enclosed Buildings

If you’re cleaning up enclosed buildings at this time of year, the Ministry of Health is warning about the possibility of hantavirus. The disease is spread by infected deer mouse droppings, urine and... read more..

Local News
Dan Mason

E-Transfers Now Part of Local Food Bank

The Moose Jaw and District Food Bank are adapting with the times, to make giving even easier. The local chapter now accepts e-transfers as part of their program, and it's as easy as clicking a link. ... read more..

Local News
Dan Mason

Superheroes Coming to Moose Jaw's Downtown

This fall, you could see Batman or Wonder Woman walking around downtown Moose Jaw.The Gamer's Association here in the city is putting on an event that will bring cosplayers from all over Sas... read more..

Local News
Hayley Hart

Students at Vanier Giving Back to Barber for the Homeless

A class at Vanier Collegiate High School in Moose Jaw are giving back, any way they can. As part of the Christian Action Plan or CAP, 23 students, along with a few teachers and staff, put together ba... read more..

Local News
Corey Atkinson

SaskPower, SaskEnergy Implementing Federal Carbon Tax on Bills

SaskPower and SaskEnergy have announced they will be implementing the new Federal Carbon Tax starting today. Dustin Duncan, the Minister Responsible for SaskPower, says the money will be put in trust... read more..

Local News
Corey Atkinson

Feedback Sought in Regards to Noise Bylaw

The City of Moose Jaw is asking for public feedback on the noise bylaw amendments that have recently come up at City Council. If they are enacted, the noise bylaw would include the implementation of ... read more..

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