Monthly Archive

August 2019

Welcome to our Archives page. On this page you will find totaly 175 of our articles broken down into Months and Years.
Local News
Daniel McElroy

Local Researcher Looking to Provide Culturally Competent Health Care

There can often be language and cultural barriers between health care providers and Indigenous or newcomer communities. That's why Lindsey Boechler, the research chair for cultural empowerment at Sas... read more..

Local News
Theresa Simon-Worobec

Union Centre Celebrates Canadian Labour Standards

It's become a tradition in Moose Jaw each Labour Day Monday to head down to the Moose Jaw Union Centre for a free meal courtesy of the Moose Jaw and District Labour Council.  Today, members of s... read more..

Local News
Daniel McElroy

Crossing the Border 101: What You Need to Know This Labour Day Weekend

With the 2019 Labour Day weekend upon us, many folks and families will find themselves travelling to see family, go camping, or take a final holiday before the back to school routine sets in. Rebecca... read more..

Local News
Daniel McElroy

Native Moose Javian Cory Churko to Play at Shake the Lake

Shake the Lake is happening this weekend in Regina and one of the acts has a local connection right here in Moose Jaw. Cory Churko grew up in Moose Jaw and says he started touring with his family's b... read more..

Local News
Theresa Simon-Worobec

NCC Encouraging You To Get Outdoors This Long Weekend

The Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) is encouraging you to get outside and enjoy the great outdoors this Labour Day long weekend.  Now online at natureconservancy.ca, you can find out your 'Na... read more..

Local News
Daniel McElroy

MySchoolSask Set to Streamline the Sharing of Information Between School Divisions

Saskatchewan's school divisions are moving their student data onto a new shared information system called MySchoolSask. Currently, there are numerous different student information systems used by the ... read more..

Local News
Theresa Simon-Worobec

Old Union Hospital Land for Sale By City

The City of Moose Jaw has put the old Union Hospital land up for sale.  The City is asking $2.5 million for the six-acre lot located at 455 Fairford St. E.  "The city is putting out an RFP... read more..

Local News
Dan Mason

Anthrax Confirmed in Southeastern Saskatchewan

Anthrax has been confirmed in the RM of Golden West in southeastern Saskatchewan. Anthrax was confirmed by laboratory results on August 29th, as the cause of sudden death in 7 animals.It can be ... read more..

Local News
Dan Mason

Cyclones Honour The Past While Moving Into The Future

With a new school year, Central Collegiate also has a new gym floor, complete with a redesign of the entire room.While moving into the future, they've done a lot to make sure the past won't be forgott... read more..

Local News
Dan Mason

Long Weekend Fuel Holding Strong

With the long weekend on the horizon, many people will be hitting the roads.Saskatchewan is currently the 3rd cheapest place in the country to fill your gas tanks, according to Gas Buddy.com.Our gas i... read more..

Local News
Daniel McElroy

Privately Funded Academy will Offer English Training to 175 International Students

Moose Jaw will soon become home to one of Saskatchewan's first privately funded international English language schools. The A & L Royal Academy starts classes this fall and hopes to be able to of... read more..

Local News
Daniel McElroy

Moose Jaw Pride's Joe Wickenhauser Leaves Lasting Impression

Thursday night, the Rainbow Retro Thriftshop hosted a going away party for long-time executive director and co-founder of Moose Jaw Pride, Joe Wickenhauser. Friends and former volunteers gathered to ... read more..

Local News
Stephen Brown

MJ Museum and Art Gallery In State of Flux

The Moose Jaw Museum and Art Gallery is in a period of change at the moment, with galleries leaving and new pieces coming in. As demolition comes into view as a possibility for the former YMCA facili... read more..

Local News
Theresa Simon-Worobec

Take Care This Long Weekend, Says SGI

SGI, along with the Government of Saskatchewan is reminding all drivers to take care on Saskatchewan's roads this upcoming Labour Day weekend.  According to statistics provided by SGI the risk o... read more..

Local News
Stephen Brown

Lumsden Drive-In Forced to Close by Local RM

Thousands of Saskatchewanians took to social media over the past few days to voice their opinions on the closure of the Moonlight Movies drive-in theatre near Lumsden. The local RM shut down the busi... read more..

Local News
Theresa Simon-Worobec

Local Veterinarian "Seeing a Lot" of Kennel Cough Cases

A local veterinarian is cautioning Moose Javians to watch out for kennel cough in their canine companions.  Dr. Melissa Smith with the Bellamy Harrison clinic says its typically during the summe... read more..

Local News
Dan Mason

Local Miners Competing On National Stage

After winning the Saskatchewan Mining Association Provincial Competition last year, 8 members are on their way to compete nationally.K+S Potash Bethune site is sending members of their Emergency Respo... read more..

Local News
Dan Mason

Hunters and Trappers Guide - A Useful Resource

As opening dates approach, many hunters across the world are preparing to make their way to Saskatchewan.The opening dates stagger throughout the season, and vary depending on the method of hunting.Sg... read more..

Local News
Daniel McElroy

Positive Numbers From Tourism Moose Jaw's Summer Season

Moose Jaw's busiest tourism season is coming to an end, and what a season it has been. The number of tourists to Moose Jaw was up significantly early on this summer, with an increase anywhere fr... read more..

Local News
Theresa Simon-Worobec

Crime Stoppers Asking for Help in $1000 Canadian Tire Theft

Moose Jaw Crime Stoppers is looking for the public's help identifying an adult male who is believed to have stolen over $1000 worth of merchandise from Canadian Tire.   On their Facebook po... read more..

Local News
Theresa Simon-Worobec

Farmer's Almanac "A Compendium of Many Different Things"

It's an iconic book that's printed each year, and a reading tradition in Saskatchewan. The Old Farmer's Almanac 2020 was released yesterday, providing some explanation of what winter will look l... read more..

Local News
Theresa Simon-Worobec

Power Line Incidents Occur "Frequently" on the Farm, Says SaskPower

SaskPower is reminding farmers to be cautious around power lines this harvest season.  Since April 1, there have been 240 incidents of farm machinery contacting power lines reported in Saskatche... read more..

Local News
Theresa Simon-Worobec

Moose Jaw City Police Conducting External Investigation in Wadena

Two Moose Jaw City Police officers will be conducting an independent external police investigation into the fatal shooting of a Fishing Lake First Nation man by an RCMP officer.   The man w... read more..

Local News
Dan Mason

Man Dead On Fishing Lake First Nation - RCMP Involved Shooting

A man was shot and killed at a residence on the Fishing Lake First Nation.According to a media release from the RCMP, on Tuesday, August 27th at 1:23 pm, officers from the Wadena RCMP detachment were ... read more..

Local News
Dan Mason

Provincial Archives To Add Historic Sask Newspapers Online

To commemorate the 80th anniversary of the outbreak of the Second World War, the Provincial Archives of Saskatchewan will begin to release the first digitized copies of the province’s community newspa... read more..

Local News
Teagan Witko

Student Nutrition: An Important Topic for Back to School

With a new school year right around the corner, it is important to remember to prepare a proper lunch, as it can be beneficial for students. School is now back in session, and many students and ... read more..

Local News
Theresa Simon-Worobec

Property Tax Liens Risen by 50 Percent in Five Years, Says Council

In last night's regular meeting of City Council, members discussed the City's Second Quarter 2019 Financial Report.  During the discussion, Coun. Brian Swanson drew the attention of the council ... read more..

Local News
Corey Atkinson

Outdoor Pool, Spray Park Closed Today

Chilly, wet weather has closed the Phyllis Dewar Outdoor Pool today.  The Kinsmen Sportsplex is still open for public swims at 1-4 and 7-9 pm. The shallow water aeorbics class will be at the Kin... read more..

Local News
Dan Mason

Construction "On Schedule," New Lights Coming to 9th and Lillooet

Construction season is a yearly challenge in Moose Jaw, and this year has been no different.With water main replacements and road work, many detours have been set around town. As one project is comple... read more..

Local News
Dan Mason

Terry Fox Run Welcomes All

Celebrate a legacy, while joining the worldwide fight against cancer.Moose Jaw's 39th annual Terry Fox Run is coming up September 15th, and everyone is welcome to participate.The organizer of the run ... read more..

Results 1 - 30 of 175

DiscoverMooseJaw.com is Moose Jaw's only source for community news and information such as weather and classifieds.

Login