Monthly Archive

November 2019

Welcome to our Archives page. On this page you will find totaly 160 of our articles broken down into Months and Years.
Local News
Zack Drake

Reality Check 2019 A Success: Teaching Students How to Budget in the Real World

Earlier this week, high school students from around the city got to experience what real life budgeting was and how it works. Students went around to different stations where volunteers gave them a m... read more..

Local News
Zack Drake

Armed Robbery At Local Business on East End

Police were busy to start the weekend. Just after 7 pm on Friday evening, the Moose Jaw Police Service responded to an Armed Robbery at Hi Kick. Formerly known as "Bun N' Bottle" the convenience sto... read more..

Local News
Zack Drake

15 Wing Fellowship Distributes $55,000 To Local Organizations

The 15 Wing Fellowship recently distributed $55,000 to community and military organizations. Funds were raised from the Musical Swing Concert as well as the Highway to Heroes Car Show. The following... read more..

Local News
Zack Drake

City Of Moose Jaw Getting New Logo, New Website, And A New App

The City of Moose Jaw will be getting a brand new city logo come 2020, and along with that will also be getting a new and improved website. Craig Hemmingway, Communications Manager for the City, gave... read more..

Local News
Theresa Simon-Worobec

Concerned Citizens Gathering to Discuss Valley View Sale

A group of concerned citizens will be holding a town hall meeting on Tuesday to discuss the future of the Valley View Centre property. The Department of Central Services opened a Request for Proposal... read more..

Local News
Zack Drake

Inclusivity Essential in Saskatchewan's Education Framework

The provincial government has released a new framework for a Provincial Education plan amid ongoing talks at the Legislature about the concerning rise of class sizes and diversity.  Educati... read more..

Local News
Blaise Wozniak

Gibson Energy Donates $25,000 to MJ Fire Department

The Moose Jaw Fire Department received a donation to the tune of $25,000 from Gibson Energy earlier this week. Gibson Energy has donated to a number of organizations throughout the city and has ... read more..

Local News
Blaise Wozniak

Pheonix Academy Brings Back Annual 'Adopt a Student' Program

For another year, Phoenix Academy is looking to give their students a little Christmas cheer, and they need the community's to help to 'adopt a student' for Christmas. Phoenix Academy strives to give... read more..

Local News
Blaise Wozniak

Time to Remind Ourselves about Safe Winter Driving

After receiving a decent blanket of snow overnight, roads throughout the province are a little slippery. Local roads are, of course, snow-covered, which can hide the ice in some intersections. ... read more..

Local News
Zack Drake

With Decorations Comes A Greater Risk Of House Fires

With Christmas less than a month away, many Moose Javians will be in the process of decorating their house for the holidays. This includes things like Christmas trees, lights, outdoor decorations and... read more..

Local News
Zack Drake

Mixed Road Conditions As Snow Falls Overnight

Moose Jaw is expected to see 2-4 cm of snow overnight which could make road conditions a little dicey, to say the least. A friendly reminder to motorists in and around the Friendly City to drive... read more..

Local News
Zack Drake

Co-op Pharmacy Moving in Beside Hillcrest Health

Co-op released exciting news when it announced that it will be opening a new pharmacy in partnership with the Hillcrest Medical Group. It will be one of the largest pharmacies in the Co-op retailing ... read more..

Local News
Theresa Simon-Worobec

City To Retain Ownership of Fairford Y Without Maintenance Funding

The building's doors were closed permanently at the end of June and in a tied vote in August, a motion to put the Y building and Natatorium up together for a request for proposal sale was defeated in ... read more..

Local News
Theresa Simon-Worobec

Police Approved to Hire New Officer

In a few short years, the workload on our existing police force has significantly changed. Representatives of the Board of Police Commissioners say it's become more difficult for the Moose Jaw Police... read more..

Local News
Blaise Wozniak

Nominations Open for 7th Annual PRISM Awards

Nominations are now open for the 7th annual PRISM awards. The Gala evening and fundraiser will be held Saturday, March 7, and there are 7 different awards up for grabs. Honours will be handed out fo... read more..

Local News
Blaise Wozniak

High Valley with the Eli Young Band to Play Mosaic Place

Mosaic Place made another concert announcement this morning.High Valley will be joined at Mosaic Place by the Eli Young Band Coming to Moose Jaw Thursday, May 28 - High Valley with the Eli Young Band... read more..

Local News
Theresa Simon-Worobec

Moose Jaw Meth Crisis Part 2: A Divorce Letter to Meth

Dear Addiction,  I am writing you to thank you and inform you that even though I am still feeling the after effects of your deceit, lies, broken promises, destruction, and destroying of my life,... read more..

Local News
Zack Drake

The Mean One Is Coming To Wakamow

Have you ever wanted to get your photo taken with the one who stole Christmas? Well, you'll have your chance to do so very soon. Wakamow Valleys' Photos With The Mean One Fundraiser is approaching fa... read more..

Local News
Teagan Witko

Distracted Driving at All Time High in the Province

SGI released its numbers for distracted driving tickets issued in the month of October. 1,290 tickets were issued for distracted driving, 1,148 of which were issued for cell phone use while driving. ... read more..

Local News
Teagan Witko

CN Rail Workers Return to Work

After a week-long strike, CN has announced that a tentative agreement has been reached and workers are expected to be back on the job this week.3,200 conductors and yard crews working on CN’s mainline... read more..

Local News
Blaise Wozniak

Snowbird's Tutors on Their Way Home

The 10 Snowbird CT-114 Tutor Jets that have been grounded in Atlanta, Georgia are making their way back to 15-Wing, Moose Jaw. After a Snowbird crashed in early October, the team has b... read more..

Local News
Theresa Simon-Worobec

Saskatchewan Joins BC in Legal Action Against Opioid Manufacturers

Crystal meth isn't the only drug making its way into headlines across Canada these days. Announced Tuesday, Saskatchewan has joined several other provinces in a class-action lawsuit against legal pre... read more..

Local News
Zack Drake

Local Woman Helping Hunger In Moose Jaw This Holiday Season

A local charity is getting some extra help this holiday season, Hunger In Moose Jaw is teaming up with local woman, Linda Lavineway to help fundraise for the non-profit. Lavineway has been collecting... read more..

Local News
Theresa Simon-Worobec

Tune In To City Budget Deliberations on YouTube

The City of Moose Jaw is going live.  On Wednesday, Nov. 27th and Dec. 4, council will live-stream its budget deliberations beginning at 5:30 pm.  “We’re excited to be able to provide onli... read more..

Local News
Theresa Simon-Worobec

Changes to Child Support Laws Will Reduce Legal Fees, Says Lawyer

According to a local lawyer, changes to legislation around child support payments will help keep renegotiation deliberations out of court and significantly reduce legal fees for separated parents. Th... read more..

Local News
Blaise Wozniak

Recently Reunited Family Gearing Up for 'Family Feud'

Being a part of Family Feud Canada would be a great experience for any family. But imagine doing it with your family..who you just met. Moose Jaw residents Scott and Todd Marasse were given up for ad... read more..

Local News
Blaise Wozniak

Canadian Health Officials Warning of Potentially Contaminated Lettuce

 If you have romaine lettuce in your fridge...you may have to throw it out. Canadian Health Officials are reporting the possibility of contaminated romaine lettuce being shipped from Salinas, Ca read more..

Local News
Blaise Wozniak

Wakamow Valley Authorities Lease of Land to Expire This Spring

The Wakamow Valley Authority is currently leasing 28.1 acres of land within Wakamow Valley from the Saskatchewan Government, and that lease is set to expire on March 31. Todd Johnson, the general man... read more..

Local News
Kirsten Hunter

Equine Underdog Makes Himself Known

Gowan, or, if you know him by his stage name, "Light em' Up" was the horse that nobody wanted nor liked, although that wasn't the case for Becca Sheets. He caught her eye the first time she saw h... read more..

Local News
Theresa Simon-Worobec

Moose Jaw Meth Crisis Part 1: A Problem of Mental Health

It's become an issue all over the province, it's a factor in steadily increasing violent crime in Moose Jaw, and it's put a huge strain on our local police service. Methamphetamine use has been on the... read more..

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