Monthly Archive

February 2021

Welcome to our Archives page. On this page you will find totaly 201 of our articles broken down into Months and Years.
Local News
Blaise Wozniak

Police Respond to Call of Nude Man at Town 'N' Country Mall

The Moose Jaw Police Service responded to a unique call around 11:30 am Sunday morning, when a complaint came in regarding a naked man running through the Town 'N' Country Mall. According to a s... read more..

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Blaise Wozniak

141 New COVID-19 Cases, Eight in the South-Central Zone

141 new cases of COVID-19 were reported on Sunday, along with 146 recoveries. Eight of the new cases are in the south-central zone. 38 are located in the Saskatoon, 19 are in Regina, 17 in the northw read more..

Local News
Steven Wilson

Oil Prices, Other Commodities, Moving Up

The price of oil has been steadily moving up throughout February. When the markets closed Friday, the price of West Texas Intermediate crude was $61.50 a barrel. It is an increase of $1... read more..

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Steven Wilson

Vaccination Clarification From SHA

The Saskatchewan government is trying to clear up confusion that appears to be coming up over who and when those over the age of 70 can receive a COVID-19 vaccine.  So far, across the ... read more..

Local News
Steven Wilson

New Exhibit Coming To Royal Saskatchewan Museum

The Royal Saskatchewan Museum in Regina is beginning work on a new gallery exhibit that will open next year.   Called ‘Home: Life in the Anthropocene’, the new exhibit will replac... read more..

Local News
Blaise Wozniak

Five Deaths, 162 New COVID-19 Cases Announced Saturday

Five deaths, 162 new cases of COVID-19, and 116 recoveries were announced Saturday. All of the deaths were in the 80 plus age group, with three located in Regina, one in Saskatoon and one in the sout... read more..

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Steven Wilson

Supreme Court Refuses To Hear Landmark School Case

The Supreme Court of Canada declined to hear an appeal of a lower court ruling in favour of the province of Saskatchewan when it comes to the funding of non-Catholic students who attend sepa... read more..

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Steven Wilson

Weekly Earnings Up In Saskatchewan

The average weekly earnings in Saskatchewan in the month of December were up 4.7 percent, year over year, to just under $1,100. The numbers from Statistics Canada showed the average weekly wage was $1... read more..

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Blaise Wozniak

Sask Wildlife Federation Looking for New Members After Strange 2020

Like many of us, the Saskatchewan Wildlife Federation is coming off of what was a bizarre, and different 2020. Executive Director of the Federation, Darrell Crabbe, says they saw an increase in hunti... read more..

Local News
Shawn Slaght

Vandals Strike Crescent Park

Graffiti is spray painted on the cenotaph in Crescent Park. (Photo submitted by Wayne Lamb)Graffiti was painted at several locations in Crescent Park this week.  Spray paint could be found ... read more..

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Blaise Wozniak

153 New COVID-19 Cases Announced Friday, 136 Recoveries

153 new cases of COVID-19 were announced on Friday, as well as 136 recoveries, and no deaths. Of the new cases, 50 are in Regina, 31 are in the far northwest, 18 in Saskatoon, 17 in the central-east read more..

Local News
Shawn Slaght

Man Wanted in Edmonton Could be in Saskatchewan

Clint Carifelle, 30, is wanted by the Edmonton Police Service. Police say he has ties to Saskatchewan and could heading there. (Photo courtesy: Edmonton Police Service)A dangerous offender wanted ... read more..

Local News
Blaise Wozniak

Collisions with Animals Spike this time of Year

As the temperature starts to rise above zero every now and then, the snow will start to melt more regularly...which means animals are going to be on the move. Executive Director of the Saskatchewan W... read more..

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Blaise Wozniak

Fraudulent Letters Impersonating Radio Station Turn Up

A fraudulent letter has turned up with a return address and name belonging to a local radio station. The letters claim to be from 800 CHAB and contain aimless contents, such as a screenshot... read more..

Local News
Daniel McElroy

Golden West Acquires Summit Organizational Development

Two organizations have joined forces in an effort to build a better community. Golden West has announced the acquisition of Summit Organizational Development, a local provider of strategy, human reso... read more..

Local News
Corey Atkinson

Law Enforcement Polar Plunge Taking Place Monday

To Special Olympians, members of the Moose Jaw Police Service are pretty cool ... but they're about to be even colder Monday for a fundraiser. Even with the pandemic, they will be still able to do a ... read more..

Local News
Blaise Wozniak

SGI to Issue One-Time Rebate to Customers, Approximately $285

SGI has announced that they will be issuing a one-time rebate to customers in the province. The amount each customer receives will vary, and it will be calculated based on a proportion of vehicle pre... read more..

Local News
Daniel McElroy

AstraZeneca Vaccine Becomes Third to be Approved by Health Canada

Friday morning, Health Canada approved AstraZeneca's COVID-19 vaccine for use in Canada. With an efficacy rate of 63.09% against symptomatic SARS-CoV-2 infection, AstraZeneca's shot, which was d... read more..

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Daniel McElroy

Excitement Grows As Telemiracle 45 Approaches

The stage is nearly set for one of the biggest fundraisers of the year in Saskatchewan. With just hours to go before the curtain rises on Telemiracle 45, excitement abounds for those working on it. T... read more..

Local News
Shawn Slaght

Restoring a Piece of Moose Jaw's Past

Moose Jaw is notoriously historic from downtown to the residential neighbourhoods.  There are homes date back over 100 years in our city and many have a story to share.  Jar... read more..

Local News
Blaise Wozniak

Rapid Testing Kit Use to be Expanded in Saskatchewan

The Government of Saskatchewan announced Thursday that they will be expanding rapid COVID-19 testing options for asymptomatic people in the province. According to the release, Saskatchewan has develo... read more..

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Blaise Wozniak

Invasive Species a Real Problem Within Saskatchewan

Though Invasive Species Awareness Week has just ended, the problems they pose haven't, as Saskatchewan has quite a few invasive species that pose problems to our environment and infrastructu... read more..

Local News
Blaise Wozniak

211 New COVID-19 Cases Announced, Seven in South Central Zone

One death and 211 new cases of COVID-19 were announced Thursday, with seven of those being in the south-central region. 142 recoveries were also announced.  The one resident who had tested posi... read more..

Local News
Blaise Wozniak

Cautious Optimism from Province as Active Cases Continue to Decline

The one-year anniversary of COVID-19 arriving in Saskatchewan approaches, but while there won't likely be many birthday celebrations, there is at least some positive news. A quick look at the trend in... read more..

Local News
Blaise Wozniak

Another SaskPower Scam Making Its Rounds Throughout Province

SaskPower is warning residents that the utility service has received several complaints about individuals phoning customers, claiming to be from SaskPower. The scammers then ask for access t... read more..

Local News
Daniel McElroy

Giving Back the Gift of Recovery: Saying Goodbye to Local Barber and Champion of the Homeless

In the three years since local barber Jason Gauthier began offering free haircuts to Moose Jaw's homeless population, he's impacted hundreds of lives. He moved to Moose Jaw and started his organizati... read more..

Local News
Blaise Wozniak

City Announces Dates for Shutdown of Ice Plants

The City of Moose Jaw announced dates for the annual shutdown of ice plants within city facilities. The ice at Mosaic Place will be removed effective March 1, while the Kinsmen Sportsplex area will r... read more..

Local News
Shawn Slaght

MJ Pride Applauds Saskatoon's Ban on Conversion Therapy

On Tuesday, Saskatoon city council passed a bylaw that would ban the practice of conversion therapy in its city.  The comes as Bill C-6 is making its way through parliament that would crimi... read more..

Local News
Blaise Wozniak

Residents Encouraged to Learn the 'Violence at Home Signal for Help'

With domestic abuse on the rise in Moose Jaw and the province over the last year, a new 'Violence at Home Signal for Help' has been created in order for individuals to give a hand signal over video-ch... read more..

Local News
Corey Atkinson

City Wins Pair of Marketing Awards from National Organization

The City of Moose Jaw won a pair of awards earlier this week from the Economic Developers Association of Canada (EDAC). They won awards for their 'COVID-19 Recovery Project and Plan' and for Brand Id... read more..

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