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January 2020

Welcome to our Archives page. On this page you will find totaly 181 of our articles broken down into Months and Years.
Local News
Kirsten Hunter

WATCH: Voltage Efforts Documented in New Movie

Countless hours, effort, dedication and passion from everyone in part with Joe's Place Youth Centre were poured into a movie - Level Up 2019, a multi-media production. "Voltage this year was ama... read more..

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Zack Drake

Email Scam Draws The Attention Of 4 Police Services

 The Moose Jaw Police Service, Regina Police Service, Saskatoon Police Service, and the Prince Albert Police Service, are advising the public about a fraud security alert regarding Saskatchewan P read more..

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Zack Drake

Drivers Rejoice, Gas Prices Drop

What a good way to kick off the weekend, If your vehicle is in need of gas soon, today January 31st might be the perfect day to visit the pump. After many months of consistent gas prices, the cost of... read more..

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Barrie Vice

UPDATE: First Court Appearances for Human Trafficking Charges

The first court appearances were held this morning for four individuals from British Columbia who were arrested near Swift Current on human trafficking charges. Shermineh Sheri Ziaee and Shawn Alexan... read more..

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Kirsten Hunter

Miss Canadian Tourism International Makes Appearance At Government House

Miss Canadian Tourism International Tristan Johnson England recently visited Government House.Miss Canadian Tourism International Tristan Johnson England had the opportunity to visit Government House.... read more..

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Shawn Slaght

Council Seeking Report For Downtown Improvements

A report will be sent back to Moose Jaw city council about using interest from the Parking Reserve account to support priorities in the Downtown Local Area Plan. Coun. Crystal Froese made the motion ... read more..

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Blaise Wozniak

February 2019 Was Wicked Cold; How Does February 2020 Look?

Memories of February 2019 may bring a chill to the bone, as last year we sat at temperatures well below normal for the entire month. While we may be used to the cold after this last January, it looks... read more..

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Blaise Wozniak

U of R Providing Free Online Therapy for Public Safety Workers

Sometimes it's tough to reach out for help when you need it most – especially when you're the one used to helping others. That's why the University of Regina has started a new program, providing free... read more..

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Blaise Wozniak

Eyes On The Prize. Pla-Mor Palace Sets Goal To Become Kraft Hockeyville.

The preliminary voting stages end on February 9th, and the city of Moose Jaw needs your vote. The Pla-Mor Palace, which houses the Wally Boschuk and Bert Hunt Arenas, was nominated for the annual Kra... read more..

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Blaise Wozniak

Swift Current RCMP Arrest Four for Human Trafficking Related Charges

In the afternoon of January 28, an off duty police officer spotted three vehicles driving at a high rate of speed east on Highway One toward Swift Current. The vehicles appeared to be traveling toget... read more..

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Zack Drake

Local Man Receives Kidney After Waiting 8 Years

With the Moose Jaw Warriors facing off against the Saskatoon Blades Friday, in their third annual Suits Up game in support of organ donation. The Warriors will be wearing special jersey's with an ins... read more..

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Blaise Wozniak

Local Artist Needs Your Vote for Gold Record of the Year

A local group of veteran musicians has joined the band - The Shawn Adams Band.  They've been rehearsing this winter and preparing for shows in the spring.Left to right, Jan Morrison (bass), Lenna... read more..

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Blaise Wozniak

Local Electric Vehicle Owner Loving New Charging Stations

Electric Vehicles are starting to become more and more popular in Saskatchewan, despite the concern many have about a lack of charging stations. Moose Jaw had a number of Tesla charging stations inst... read more..

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Blaise Wozniak

UPDATED: WHO Declares Coronavirus a World Health Emergency, No Cases in Saskatchewan

The World Health Organization has declared Coronavirus a Global Health Emergency. Reaffirming that the average resident has nothing to worry about, Saskatchewan's Chief Medical Health Officer, Dr. Sa... read more..

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Blaise Wozniak

Fog, Freezing Rain and Snow; Bad Road Conditions Wherever You Go

Freezing rain, snow, and fog patches are going to make driving a bit dicey today. If you're hitting the highways or just making your way throughout town, be aware that freezing rain this morning foll... read more..

Local News
Zack Drake

Province Saving Heaps Of Money As New Photo Radar Cameras Installed

The Government of Saskatchewan announced last month that they would be switching to a new company to provide the province with photo radar cameras. The new company called RedFlex is based in Australi... read more..

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Shawn Slaght

New Appointees Added to City of Moose Jaw Boards and Committees

After a call out to the public to fill vacancies, city council passed a motion to appoint new members to several boards and committees. For the Murals Project Management Committee, Norma Westgard was... read more..

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Zack Drake

Farmers Encouraged To Make Mental Health A Priority

Over the last number of years, more of an emphasis is being put on Agriculture and mental health and shedding the stigma around reaching out for help. The Do More Ag Foundation and Farm Credit Canada... read more..

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Shawn Slaght

UPDATE: Home Invasion, Assault and Theft in Kindersley

The home invasion that happened on Sunday afternoon still has many questions left without definitive answers. The invasion which left a home owner with minor injuries, involved three suspects, one of... read more..

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Shawn Slaght

Holiday Inn Coming to Moose Jaw

Those looking for a hotel room in Moose Jaw could soon have another option. Holiday Inn has expressed interested in building a hotel in the city at 195 and 211 Diefenbaker Drive. Mayor Fraser Tolmie... read more..

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Blaise Wozniak

Provincial Population at an All-Time High

Saskatchewan's population ended 2019 on an all-time high, growing to 1,178,657 people. That marked the 54th straight quarter that saw a bump in the provincial population. Minister of Government Rela... read more..

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Blaise Wozniak

City Looking for Nominees for Regina Airport Authority

The City of Moose Jaw is putting out a call to anyone who wants to sit on the Regina Airport Authority's board of directors Moose Jaw city council unanimously passed a motion on Monday to seek nomine... read more..

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Blaise Wozniak

Southern Saskatchewan Waking Up To Dense Fog

If you have to hit the roads today, but aware that it might be a bit difficult to see in some places, as Moose jaw and a large portion of southern Saskatchewan are under a fog advisory after some thic... read more..

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Zack Drake

Sidewalk Days Registration Now Open

Sidewalk Days is a well known for it's vibrant, diverse, and downright exhilarating atmosphere. It's only a few months away and applications for the event have now been open for a week. Jackie L'Heu... read more..

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Shawn Slaght

2019 Citizen of The Year and Group of the Year Crowned

Volunteers in the community took the spotlight for this year’s Citizen of the Year and Group of the Year awards. Krystal Chow was named the 2019 Citizen of the Year for her tireless efforts as a volu... read more..

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Zack Drake

Home Invasion, Assault and Theft in Kindersley

The Kindersley RCMP are currently investigating a home invasion that took place this past weekend. RCMP states that at approximately 7:30 pm on January 26, 2020, three suspects forcibly entered the h... read more..

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Blaise Wozniak

South Hill Fine Foods Temporarily Closes After System Hack

South Hill Fine Foods has announced that they have had to temporarily shut their doors after experiencing a system hack which has shut down all tills, computers, and systems in the store.Signs on the ... read more..

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Blaise Wozniak

SGI: 2019 Saw Lowest Number of Road Fatalities in Recorded History

2019 saw the fewest amount of people killed on Saskatchewan roads since SGI started keeping records in the 1950s.  According to a release by SGI, 71 people were killed on provincial roads last y... read more..

Local News
Shawn Slaght

City to Rezone Proposed Site for Canadian Tire store

Moose Jaw City Council is putting the final touches on the deal to bring a new Canadian Tire store to the city. At Monday night's council meeting, it was unanimously agreement that the wheels be set ... read more..

Local News
Shawn Slaght

Survey Shows Parents’ Concerns Over Outcome-Based Reporting System

A survey put out by concerned parents in the Prairie South School Division shows that parents are not in favour of the outcome-based reporting system that is currently being used. The system was impl... read more..

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