Monthly Archive

July 2020

Welcome to our Archives page. On this page you will find totaly 226 of our articles broken down into Months and Years.
Local News
Shawn Slaght

Humane Society 4 Paws Lottery Raises Over $7,500

The Moose Jaw Humane Society once again held a successful 4 Paws Lottery this year. The lottery was sold out for the first time in its history and raised $7,570 for the animal shelter. Dana Haukaas,... read more..

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Shawn Slaght

Province Expands Temporary Wage Supplements

Essential workers at Saskatchewan's healthcare facilities have so far been getting a little bit of extra help from the provincial government through the pandemic. Today, the province announced they we... read more..

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Shawn Slaght

14 New Cases Of COVID-19, Six In The South Region

There are 14 new cases of COVID-19 to report in Saskatchewan on July 31, bringing the total to 1,319 cases. The new cases are located in the North (1), Central (6), Saskatoon (1), and South (6) region... read more..

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Shawn Slaght

Organizations Approved for Emergency Community Support Funding 

Several organizations in Moose Jaw and the area were among the 43 organizations to receive a total of $980,000 in funding through the Emergency Community Support Fund (ECSF).  The funding i... read more..

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Shawn Slaght

RCMP Detachments Resume Limited Front Counter Services

RCMP detachments across the province are set to resume limited front counter services starting Tuesday. While services like taking complaints, criminal record checks, and collision reports will resum... read more..

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Shawn Slaght

Part of Athabasca Street West Closed For Paving

Athabasca Street West from First Avenue Northwest and Third Avenue Northwest will be closed due to paving starting Aug. 4. The project is expected to be completed by noon on Aug. 9, weather permittin... read more..

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Daniel McElroy

Maze of Mindfulness: A Winding Journey to Peace

It's no surprise that learning how to cope with the stress and fears of a pandemic does not come easy. Times like these test our peace of mind and ability to focus on what's important. The important ... read more..

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Daniel McElroy

MJMAG Re-Opening Galleries with Classes to Continue Online

Slowly but surely, the arts are beginning to make a comeback as restrictions are gradually lifted. After a summer of only virtual programming, the Moose Jaw Museum and Art Gallery will be re-opening ... read more..

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Daniel McElroy

Wakamow Disc Golf Course Doubling in Size

Looking for something fun to do over the long weekend? Don't want to make any unnecessary travel? Well, you're in luck. Lately, more and more Moose Javians are rediscovering the many treasures in Wak... read more..

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Shawn Slaght

COVID-19 Outbreak Declared at Herbert Care Home

The Saskatchewan Health Authority has declared a COVID-19 outbreak at the Prairie Wind Estate personal care home in Herbert. The SHA says a person associated with the care home has tested p... read more..

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Shawn Slaght

Humane Society Holding Microchip Clinics Throughout August

Losing your cat or dog and not being able to find them can be a scary experience for any pet owner.  That's why the Moose Jaw Humane Society will be holding microchip clinics throughout&nbs... read more..

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Shawn Slaght

Blue-Green Algae Advisory Issued

The Saskatchewan Ministry of Health and the Water Security Agency is warning the public to avoid swimming in or drinking water where blue-green algae blooms are occurring.  The calm, hot we... read more..

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Shawn Slaght

Province Records 18th COVID-19 Death

A person in the 90 to 99 age range from the South region who tested positive for COVID-19 has died, bringing the provincial death toll to 18.  Today, the province is reporting&nbs... read more..

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Shawn Slaght

Additional Arrests Made In Connection To Home Invasion

Two more people have been arrested by Moose Jaw police in connection to a home invasion on July 26. Nigel Wolfe of Moose Jaw was wanted for break and enter to commit robbery and uttering death threat... read more..

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Blaise Wozniak

Heat Waves May Impact Mental Health

There are ups and downs to the kind of hot, sunny weather we've been receiving over the last few days in Saskatchewan, the kind of weather where (today, for instance) the temperature sits near 30... read more..

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Blaise Wozniak

Food Bank Welcomes Jason Moore as New Program Development Manager

Looking to fill big shoes at the Moose Jaw and District Food Bank, Jason Moore has taken over as the new program development manager. Moore brings a plethora of experience to the role, including work... read more..

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Shawn Slaght

Health Authority To Resume Paid Parking On Aug. 4

The Saskatchewan Health Authority announced that, as services begin to re-open, paid parking will resume at all its facilities beginning August 4th.  In early April, park fees were waived f... read more..

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Shawn Slaght

Buffalo Pound Provincial Park Hosting Drive-In Movie Sept. 5

Buffalo Pound Provincial Park will be one of three Saskatchewan Provincial Parks that will be hosting drive-in movie nights this summer.  On Sept. 5 at 9 p.m., the park will be showing the ... read more..

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Blaise Wozniak

Moe Cautions Against COVID Fatigue, Delivers Stark Message to Colonies

For the past four months, you've been reading about it online, hearing about it on the radio, seeing it on TV, and watching people argue about it on social media. By now, it's understandable if you're... read more..

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Daniel McElroy

Bereaved Families Feeling Distanced During COVID

Grieving the loss of a loved one is hard enough in the best of times, but with current gathering and travel restrictions, it can be even more difficult. A huge part of finding peace and closure comes... read more..

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Shawn Slaght

Five Fun Facts About Saskatchewan

The day was created in 1975 and was proposed by then Minister of Labour Gordon Snyder.  At the time, it was recognized by businesses but was not an official statutory holiday, which Sn... read more..

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Daniel McElroy

Case Numbers Spike in North Once Again

Today the Saskatchewan Health Authority is reporting 50 new cases of COVID-19 in Saskatchewan with 44 of those located in a communal living setting in the North. The remaining cases are loca... read more..

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Shawn Slaght

City Projects Approved For $4.8 Million In Provincial Funding

The City of Moose Jaw has received approval for about $4.8 million in funding for three projects under the provincial Municipal Economic Enhancement Program (MEEP).  The city rece... read more..

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Shawn Slaght

Hub Meat Market Donates 1,000 Pounds of Ground Beef

Hub Meat Market wanted to give back to the community during these trying times and did so by donating 1,000 lbs. of lean ground beef to the Moose Jaw and District Food Bank this week.&n... read more..

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Daniel McElroy

South Hill in Danger of Dutch Elm Disease Outbreak

Dutch Elm Disease has hit Wakamow Valley in record numbers this summer and is at risk of spreading to the city as well. Currently, the Parks and Recreation Department is waging an ongoing battle in o... read more..

Local News
Blaise Wozniak

Moose Jaw Food Bank Back to Operating Monday to Friday

The Moose Jaw Food Bank has had a very busy, very different last few months; dealing with the pandemic, decreased staff, trying to keep their food supply up, trying to keep customers full, all while d... read more..

Local News
Blaise Wozniak

One Woman Arrested, Other Woman Sought After Home Invasion

A woman from Caron is facing several charges following a home invasion in Moose Jaw over the weekend.  The Moose Jaw Police Service was called to a home in the 1200 block of Ninth Avenue No... read more..

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Blaise Wozniak

Increased Heat Brings with It Increased Risk of Sunburn, Heat-Related Illness

With Wednesday's forecast calling for a high of 33 and UV index of 10 - or very high, and Thursday calling for a high of 32 and UV index of 9, it's a good reminder to try and limit the amount of time ... read more..

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Blaise Wozniak

RCMP Call Off Potential Amber Alert Late Tuesday

A scary situation last night in Unity, Saskatchewan almost resulted in a province-wide amber alert. Around 5 pm, officers were called to a residence in the small town after a complaint of an assault ... read more..

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Shawn Slaght

CP To Match $20,000 In Donations To Radiothon

Canadian Pacific Railway is giving the CHAB Family First Radiothon a huge boost.  They announced that they will be matching the first $20,000 in public donations to the Moose Jaw Health Foundati... read more..

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