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April 2019

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Local News
Dan Mason

Updated Fire Pit/Outdoor Fireplace Bylaw

A new fire bylaw was approved Monday night at Council. It includes 16 points and covers new information on both fire pits and outdoor fireplaces within city limits. Fire Chief Rod Montgomery remind read more..

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Dan Mason

Tick Season Upon Us

While there is still a low risk of contracting Lyme disease in Saskatchewan, the federal government is reporting its surveillance mapping in recent years indicates populations of black-legged ticks read more..

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Dan Mason

Nature Conservancy of Canada And Partners Applaud New Federally Funded Program

The Nature Conservancy of Canada and its partners applaud a new federally-funded $100 million program to safeguard essential habitats for species at risk.  "So that funding will go to support read more..

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Dan Mason

Welcoming Francophone NewComers

A new project has launched here in Moose Jaw, designed to welcome francophone new comers to our city.Welcoming Francophone Communities Initiative of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada are lo... read more..

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Corey Atkinson

City Projects Get Federal Funding Boost

A program from the Public Transit Stream of the Investing in Canada Infrastructure program will see $6 million in federal money going to various projects in the city, including the water main replacem... read more..

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Corey Atkinson

Newcomers Were Welcomed At Vital Community Conversation

It was a vital community conversation for Moose Jaw - and it was a conversation that wasn't always in English. Four languages were represented at the Vital Community Conversation called 'It Takes A V... read more..

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Hayley Hart

Festival of Words Celebrates 2019 Launch

With each passing year, one local festival has been putting in the grunt work to make sure it's out doing the last year.  The Festival of Words celebrated the launch of the 2019 edition of the e... read more..

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Dan Mason

Administrative Luncheon

A luncheon was hosted by the Temple Gardens Hotel for Administrative Professionals Day.It's a day to celebrate administrative professionals the world over and to give appreciation for all they do.The ... read more..

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Corey Atkinson

Public Offering For Subsurface Minerals Nets Province $10,000

A recent public offering for the subsurface minerals was able to get $10,000 in revenue for the province. A permit block of 1,553.820 hectares of land near the Saskatchewan-North Dakota border was po... read more..

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Corey Atkinson

Sask Order of Merit Recipients Announced

A former mayor of Saskatoon and a noted Indigenous writer and filmmaker will be among the six newest recipients of the Saskatchewan Order of Merit. Former Saskatoon mayor Don Atchison, and Doug Cutha... read more..

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Dan Mason

Voting Open for Top 10 Worst Roads In Sask

High Street here in Moose Jaw has taken 'top honours' in the past. And CAA is once again asking for your vote on the worst roads in Saskatchewan.Christine Niemszyk, Director of Communications and Pu read more..

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Corey Atkinson

Unions Give Mixed Review To SAHO Contract Offer

Reviews are mixed from three unions dealing with the Saskatchewan Association of Health Organizations regarding public sector employees. Members of SEIU-West rejected the SAHO offer, but members of C... read more..

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Corey Atkinson

Free Landfill Days To Change This Spring

There will be fewer dumping days at the landfill in the city of Moose Jaw this year. The city has a $10 tipping fee on most days at the landfill, except in recent years there were exemptions for resi... read more..

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Corey Atkinson

Final Phase Three Water Main Replacement To Start Soon

The final part of phase 3 of the city of Moose Jaw's water main replacement program is going to be getting underway soon. Crews from KMS Construction will be working on Athabasca Street West between ... read more..

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Dan Mason

Spring Kick off Dance Party Tonight

The Newcomer Welcome Centre is having a party tonight, and all women and girls are invited.It's the Spring Kickoff Dance Party, and it's a great way to have your ideas heard on fitness events you'd li... read more..

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Dan Mason

Tatawa Park Information Night

An information night about the history of Tatawa Park is coming up on Friday here in Moose Jaw. They will be speaking on the history of the park, both cultural and natural, as well as future plans and... read more..

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Corey Atkinson

Alcohol More Expensive Since Privatization: SGEU

Research from a union in the province indicates a huge spike in liquor pricing in Saskatchewan. The SGEU said that everyday prices of 34 products were higher at Sobeys Liquor locations compared to th... read more..

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Corey Atkinson

Council Approves Moose Jaw Pride's Beer Garden Application

Moose Jaw Pride Week is going to close off with a celebration in Crescent Park with a beer garden at the amphitheatre. In asking for the permit from city council Monday, local Pride organizer Joe Wic... read more..

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Corey Atkinson

Uncollectable Pledges For Multiplex Total Nearly $1 Million

Donations to the Moose Jaw Multiplex were about a million dollars short and/or late, it was learned at Moose Jaw City Council Monday night. Coun. Brian Swanson made a request for the information in a... read more..

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Corey Atkinson

Dance Fitness Studio Pleads Guilty To Noise Bylaw Violation

A Moose Jaw business pleaded guilty last week to a noise bylaw ticket. Kyra Klassen, a local entrepreneur of Kyra's Dance Fitness Studio had a few charges under the bylaw, but the others were dropped... read more..

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Zack Drake

Multifaceted Trade Show In Moose Jaw This Weekend

The What Women Want trade show will be taking place at Mosaic place this weekend on Friday and Saturday. The event starts at 5:00 pm on Friday and goes until 11:00 pm, then starts at 11:00 am on Satu... read more..

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Corey Atkinson

Massive Fire Causes State of Emergency in Biggar

A large grass fire in the Biggar area has been going on since noon yesterday, Heavy winds and dry conditions have allowed the fire to grow rapidly. A large number of resources have been committed to ... read more..

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Dan Mason

"It Takes A Village" Forum Thursday in Moose Jaw

The South Central Regional Immigration Partnership is holding a forum on Thursday at Mosaic Place, called "It takes a village to welcome a newcomer."It's one of 50 vital community conversations which ... read more..

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Corey Atkinson

Wholesale Trade Increased in February

The best month over month and year over year increase in wholesale trade in the entire country happened in Saskatchewan last month. Wholesale trade in Saskatchewan was up 18.2 per cent, seasonally ad... read more..

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Corey Atkinson

SaskPower Opens RFP Stage For Solar Energy Project

SaskPower is going ahead with a request for proposal for a 10 megawatt solar energy project, in a location to be determined.  There were 22 applications from 13 proponents in the prior stage of ... read more..

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Dan Mason

Saskatchewan Border Crossing Reverts to Previous Hours Following Feedback

Earlier this month, a Montana border crossing changed its hours of operation, but recently announced that they would be returning to its previous schedule to evaluate the change. The U.S. Customs and... read more..

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Dan Mason

Dry Conditions Threaten To Stick Around

Bad news for southern Saskatchewan is coming in the form of a lack of precipitation, and it looks like that trend will continue for today as the risk of fire in the area increases. Dry land for produ... read more..

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Dan Mason

Sharon And Bram Farewell Tour Stopping in Moose Jaw

  After more than 4 decades, the immensely popular group of Sharon and Bram are now on their Farewell Tour, and they will be making a stop here in Moose Jaw.They began their final tour in Toront read more..

Local News
Corey Atkinson

City Moves Noise Bylaw Amendments One Step Further

At one time it was the most talked about issue in the city, pitting a rock star against a dance fitness studio owner in the court of public opinion. But the city moved forward at executive committee ... read more..

Local News
Corey Atkinson

Plans In Place For New Buffalo Pound Pool

If all goes to schedule, people will be able to dip their toes in the water of Buffalo Pound Provincial Park’s new swimming pool in 2020. Byron Davis, executive director with park infrastructure and ... read more..

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