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June 2019

Welcome to our Archives page. On this page you will find totaly 180 of our articles broken down into Months and Years.
Local News
Stephen Brown

Government Advises Residents To Reduce Risk Of West Nile

The Government of Saskatchewan is reminding residents to take precautions against mosquito bites, as the risk of West Nile virus increases in Saskatchewan The risk is highest between June and Septemb... read more..

Local News
Stephen Brown

Journey2Hope Accepting Youth Art Entries

What is hope to you? The Journey2Hope Youth Chapter in Moose Jaw is asking for all young artists in Grades 9-12 to take a step out into their community for suicide prevention and awareness. An Art Ex... read more..

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Stephen Brown

Provincial Parks Celebrating Canada Day with Family Fun

Looking to do something outside the city on Canada Day? Saskatchewan's provincial parks will be bustling with a variety of fun and free activities. Each park will celebrate Canada Day in its own way,... read more..

Local News
Stephen Brown

UPDATE: Landfill Re-Opened

Due to the recent rain and humidity, the City of Moose Jaw was forced to close the landfill to start off the Canada Day long weekend, as the wet weather made the site temporarily impassable for commer... read more..

Local News
Stephen Brown

Multiple Mischiefs has Morse RCMP Seeking Public's Help

Morse RCMP is looking for the public's help in a series of incidents that occurred between the evenings of June 13-16. Sometime over that time frame, an unknown number of suspects operated a self-dri... read more..

Local News
Teagan Witko

Drive Safe this Canada Day Long Weekend

With the Canada Day long weekend upon us, Saskatchewan drivers are being reminded to exercise additional caution on roadways due to increased traffic volumes.  Tyler McMurchy with SGI said stati... read more..

Local News
Stephen Brown

RV Road Trips: Safety Tips from CAA Saskatchewan

A summertime vacation in a recreation vehicle is an exciting concept for many, but the reality isn't always the same as the dream. CAA Saskatchewan wants to remind you to ensure your RV is roadworthy ... read more..

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Stephen Brown

Summer Programs taking off at the MJ Public Library

The Moose Jaw Public Library's Summer Programming is in full swing! With activities ranging from story time for children and arts and crafts all the way to writing workshops, building robots, and lear... read more..

Local News
Stephen Brown

Parks Programs for Kids are back this Summer

There are 68 days of summer vacation, with school coming along to end it, but that doesn't mean there's nothing to do for kids in Moose Jaw. The Parks Programs are starting up again this summer and wi... read more..

Local News
Blaise Wozniak

Tolmie Wants City To Look Into 94 Calls To Action

It's been a few years, but the 94 Calls To Action from the Truth and Reconciliation Report is getting a good look here in the city of Moose Jaw. Mayor Fraser Tolmie introduced a notice of motion to g... read more..

Local News
Blaise Wozniak

Park Art Will be Ready Monday

Canada Day is around the corner, and once again Park Art will be a popular part of it. Ross Melanson, operations manager at the Moose Jaw museum and art gallery, said that it's one of the longest run... read more..

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Stephen Brown

Digital Literacy Receives $191,000 Funding in Moose Jaw

The Palliser Regional Library System has received a grant for Digital Literacy for South Central Saskatchewan. The grant will be used for education in terms of Computers, Smartphones, Tablets, and the... read more..

Local News
Blaise Wozniak

Canada Day Will Be Busy In Moose Jaw

O, Canada! Canada Day will be celebrated in Moose Jaw and area with a lot of things going on in the city. Jackie L'Heureux Mason with Tourism Moose Jaw explains how the day starts. “The celebration... read more..

Local News
Dan Mason

2 Honorable Men Retire From MJFD

Over 30 years at one job, let alone one place, is almost unheard of.But Captain George Paterson and Captain Dale Nash of the Moose Jaw fire department both did just that.Hired back in August of 1984 a... read more..

Local News
Dan Mason

Kitten Population On The Rise

If you have been thinking of adding a kitten to your family, now is a great time.The Humane Society has many to choose from, in fact their numbers climb quite a bit this time of year.Dana Haukass, Exe... read more..

Local News
Dan Mason

CAA Reminders for Bicycle Safety

It's that time of year when everybody who wants to get around fast, but doesn't want to walk, gets on their trusty bicycle instead. Sharing some tips for bicycle safety is CAA Saskatchewan's Christ read more..

Local News
Hayley Hart

Severe Thunderstorm Watch Issued For MJ & Area

A strong system is moving through the province which has prompted a severe thunderstorm watch for the city of Moose Jaw and Surrounding RMs.  Environment Canada states that conditions could prod... read more..

Local News
Stephen Brown

Claybank Heritage Day Fundraiser at the Historic Site

This Sunday, Claybank Heritage Day will be held from 10:30 am to 4:30 pm at the historical site. Provincial funding has been low in recent years, and the Claybank Brick Plant will fundraising in orde... read more..

Local News
Blaise Wozniak

STARS Lottery Close To Selling Out

Thursday was your last chance to help out STARS and get in on all of their prizes for this year's lottery. Fifty per cent of the air ambulance's operating cost is fueled by donations and proceeds fro... read more..

Local News
Hayley Hart

Students Can Now Apply For Student Loans

The 2019-20 student loan year is underway and students can now submit their applications for student financial assistance for academic programs beginning on or after August 1, 2019. This year the pro... read more..

Local News
Ryan Vincent

Grand Opening of Community Spray Park

With the help of the Co-op Community Spaces Program and the City of Moose Jaw, the East End Community Association was able to open up a new spray park on Thursday. Citizens gathered around East End P... read more..

Local News
Hayley Hart

"Plan Ahead" & Slow Down in Highway Construction Zones

The Canada Day long weekend is finally upon us.  As there are activities and events happening all around the province, officials would like to remind us to get there safely and do our due dilige... read more..

Local News
Blaise Wozniak

Valley View Resident Receives Touching Parting Gift

It was a touching artistic gift from students of Peacock Collegiate to a resident who will no longer be calling Moose Jaw home. Just before the school year ended, a 72-year-old Valley View Centr... read more..

Local News
Dan Mason

The Importance Of Having A Will

Having a will gives peace of mind that you know what will happen after you've passed away.Though a lot of people who have one, don't keep them current.Talon Regent, Owner of Regent Law, said reevaluat... read more..

Local News
Hayley Hart

National Indigenous People's Day Recognized at Palliser Heights

Students and staff at Palliser Heights Elementary School hosted their own National Indigenous People's Day(NIPD) on Tuesday afternoon after their original plans fell through on Friday when some much-n... read more..

Local News
Hayley Hart

Paving Crews Start Work on Thatcher Drive

No matter what city you go to or highway you travel chances are you're going to run into construction.  Currently in the city of Moose Jaw crews are focusing on repaving various roads, noting th... read more..

Local News
Hayley Hart

There May Be More Potential Sites for Joint-Use School in MJ

It was all about feedback at Monday night's meeting regarding the new joint-use school coming to Moose Jaw.  Announced earlier this year in the provincial budget, the Holy Trinity Catholic Schoo... read more..

Local News
Blaise Wozniak

Youth Committee Lobbies Council To Consider BioBags

 Moose Jaw's Youth Advisory Committee made their pitch for Biobags at Monday's city council meeting. Committee member Lucas Dyck, along with several other members of the committee, spoke about t read more..

Local News
Dan Mason

Two Robberies Believed To Be One Culprit

Two robberies took place in Moose Jaw on April 22nd and June 9th, both convenience stores, and are believed to be the same culprit. In both cases staff were threatened with a weapon and a small amoun... read more..

Local News
Dan Mason

The Future Looks Bright For Riverside Mission

Souls Harbour Rescue Mission in Regina has merged with Riverside Mission Moose Jaw, and have a vision of a much bigger operation for the community.Currently, Riverside feeds 50 to 70 people each day a... read more..

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