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July 2019

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Local News
Teagan Witko

Weather Advisory in Effect For MJ & Surrounding RMs

Just before 3 pm Tuesday afternoon Environment Canada issued another weather alert for the city of Moose Jaw and surrounding area.  The weather advisory is indicating that area residents could s... read more..

Local News
Corey Atkinson

Valley View Residents Have Individual Plans For Moving

There are only a few residents remaining at Valley View Centre, as residents are each moved into group care homes across the province. Minister of Social Services Paul Merriman said they work on an i... read more..

Local News
Hayley Hart

City Looking for Feedback on Proposed Communications Policy

A proposed policy was brought forward to City Council at their last meeting on July 8th.  This policy would look to implement specific guidelines and address several communications mat... read more..

Local News
Dan Mason

Running For Cancer Research

September 15th is the day Canadians across the country will come together to raise money for a great cause in the honour of Terry Fox.Every year, all funds raised go directly to the Terry Fox Founda read more..

Local News
Dan Mason

Motif Multicultural Festival Has Successful Weekend

It's a way of travelling around the world in 3 days, without even leaving Moose Jaw.Motif Multicultural Festival took place over the weekend, bringing food, drinks, art, entertainment and more from va... read more..

Local News
Hayley Hart

Country Thunder True to its Name, RCMP Wrap Up

Country Thunder took place in Craven this past weekend and this year it was true to its name, with a significant thunderstorm rolling through the area on Saturday night and a second on Sunday night. ... read more..

Local News
Hayley Hart

Air Mass Above Area May Bring More Thunderstorms

Moose Jaw and area has been subject to some thunderstorms as of late, and one weather analyst has the scoop with how long that may last. Blaine Lowry, a Meteorologist with Environment and Climate Cha... read more..

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Hayley Hart

Stats Canada: Legal Cannabis Cost 65% More Than Illegal

Statistics Canada revealed on Wednesday that the costs for a gram of legal cannabis, post-legalization, has cost $10.25 while comparable illicit weed has on average cost $6.18 since October 17. Well,... read more..

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Dan Mason

Talking About Allergies

Allergy season can be an uncomfortable time for many people with the dust, mold and pollen in the air. Things like changing your furnace filters, trying to keep the dust down in your house, and keepi... read more..

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Dan Mason

'SaskLander' aims to Connect Land Users with Land Owners

Earlier this year the Saskatchewan Government passed the Trespass to Property Act. Before the new law was passed individuals that wished to use land for hunting, snowmobiling, or general act... read more..

Local News
Stephen Brown

Marquis Town Carnival a Hot Event for Families

The Marquis Town Carnival kicked off over the weekend, managing to escape the province's thunderstorms and tornadoes over the recent week for some family fun. Many families and kids came out to enjoy ... read more..

Local News
Stephen Brown

[UPDATE] Kayak for Kidsport Raises Funds on the Wakamow River

Update: They raised over $6000 total, and the 3 major prize winners were mayor Fraser Tolmie who won a Riot Kayak and Paddle, Nikolina Kapovic won an 11-foot Inflatable Riot Paddleboard & Pad... read more..

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Stephen Brown

RCMP Update from Country Thunder Saskatchewan

All information provided by Saskatchewan RCMP: Halfway through the 2018 Country Thunder music festival, and things have been relatively quiet for Saskatchewan RCMP patrolling the event. Saskatc... read more..

Local News
Teagan Witko

UPDATE: Severe Thunderstorm Watch Ended

The warnings and watches have ended for Southern Saskatchewan. As a result of the storm, organizers of Country Thunder, Saskatchewan were forced to cancel the performance by Tim Mcgraw, the evening's ... read more..

Local News
Stephen Brown

Warm Weather Settles In

After a week of wacky weather including everything from rain, high winds, thunder, lightning, tornadoes, and hail, it appears some real summer weather is going to stick around. Slightly above seasona... read more..

Local News
Stephen Brown

Crops Coming Along in the Province

After a dry start to the farming season, Mother Nature has helped out producers in the province with some precipitation over the last couple of weeks. This has allowed crops to catch up or be much fur... read more..

Local News
Stephen Brown

Summer GAX Finishes Off

Summer GAX, the Largest Saskatchewan Gamer's Convention, wrapped up this Sunday after a weekend of competition and fun. This summer the Moose Jaw Gamer's Association held the expo at the Cultural Cent... read more..

Local News
Stephen Brown

"Defying Limits", from the Prairies Into Orbit

Dr. Dave Williams is a Self-described Curious kid from Saskatchewan who has explored the depths of the sea, piloted jets, flown twice in space and contributed to the health of many. He will be at... read more..

Local News
Dan Mason

Chamber Is Staying Optimistic Following Announcements

Following the announcement of the largest land deal in the history of Moose Jaw, the Chamber of Commerce are looking forward to the future.Carpere Canada is buying the Southeast Industrial Park for $1... read more..

Local News
Dan Mason

Protect Yourself and Your Family From CO

Carbon monoxide is often called the “silent killer”, as you cannot see it, smell it or taste it. It is an invisible, odorless gas that can very poisonous. Breathing in carbon monoxide can make you fee... read more..

Local News
Hayley Hart

SGI Financials Remain Stable in the 2018-19 Year

When it comes to financial stability, SGI is right where it needs to be. That's according to the 2018-2019 financial and operational highlights for both the Saskatchewan Auto Fund and SGI Canada, whic... read more..

Local News
Teagan Witko

RCMP Here to Help at Country Thunder

"Safety is of the utmost importance." That's the slogan for the RCMP while they tend to festival goers at Country Thunder Saskatchewan 2019.  The officers sent out a list of tips for anyone who& read more..

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Hayley Hart

Sask Flag Creator Returns to Prairies for 50th Anniversary

It's been 50 years since a man from England, who was working in Hodgeville Saskatchewan at the time, won a contest that would forever connect him to the prairies.  Anthony Drake and his wife mov... read more..

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Dan Mason

Road Work Updates Within Moose Jaw

The City of Moose Jaw’s Water Main Replacement Program continues in three locations. The recent heavy rain fall has impacted the construction schedule slightly, though the city is working hard to co read more..

Local News
Dan Mason

Historian's Ongoing Body Of Work All About Moose Jaw

'Moose Jaw Murders and other Deaths' is his most popular historical book he's written, though it's not his only one.Bruce Fairman, a historian who chose to write about Moose Jaw's past, has gathered s read more..

Local News
Teagan Witko

Country Thunder SK Is Underway and It's Prairie Proud

If it's been years since you've gone there's been so many upgrades that you may not recognize it.  Country Thunder Saskatchewan 2019 is now underway. The gates opened to attendees to either find... read more..

Local News
Corey Atkinson

Tolmie, City Admin Lobbying For SaskPower Plant

The news that SaskPower is taking a second look at the cost effectiveness of a natural gas plant in Moose Jaw late last week surprised Mayor Fraser Tolmie. Minister Responsible for SaskPower Dustin D... read more..

Local News
Hayley Hart

Sask Health Authority Says If You Need Help Dial 811

Whether you're enjoying the outdoors, taking in Country Thunder Saskatchewan or exploring one of the provincial parks, health officials want you to know help is just a call away.  In the summert... read more..

Local News
Corey Atkinson

Tolmie Lauds City's Agreement With Carpere Canada

The agreement between Carpere Canada and the city of Moose Jaw passed an important step at City Council Monday night. Carpere is buying the Southeast Industrial Park for $10,000 an acre, plus potenti... read more..

Local News
Hayley Hart

Wednesday Night Farmers Markets Return

On May 25th the first Moose Jaw Home Grown Market of the season took place, and now residents will have another night to support local.  The annual event, which takes over Langdon Crescent weekl... read more..

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