Monthly Archive

March 2021

Welcome to our Archives page. On this page you will find totaly 247 of our articles broken down into Months and Years.
Local News
Shawn Slaght

Moose Jaw Named Canadian Pacific Railway Terminal of the Year

“Everybody wants to be Terminal of the Year.”  Those were the words of John Bell, general manager of the Prairie South Region of Canadian Pacific Railway, after the Moose Jaw terminal was named ... read more..

Local News
Blaise Wozniak

Sunningdale School Reports Positive COVID-19 Case

Sunningdale School in Moose Jaw announced Wednesday that a positive case of COVID-19 has been found within the school. The school has said they are working with Public Health, but that as with all el... read more..

Local News
Blaise Wozniak

Two More COVID-19 Outbreaks Declared in Moose Jaw

The Saskatchewan Health Authority has declared two more outbreaks in Moose Jaw. One outbreak was declared at Main Street Strength and Conditioning on March 30, and the other at Cornerstone Christian ... read more..

Local News
Blaise Wozniak

Two Deaths, 191 New COVID-19 Cases Reported, 20 in the South-Central Zone

Two deaths and 191 new cases of COVID-19 were reported on Wednesday, along with 176 recoveries. Of the two residents who had tested positive for COVID-19 and died, one was in their 70s from the Regin... read more..

Local News
Blaise Wozniak

New Reservation Website to Launch for 2021 Camping Season

The Government of Saskatchewan has launched a new reservation website ahead of the 2021 camping season. The reservation site, www.parks.saskatchewan.ca, will launch April 12, the same day as reservat... read more..

Local News
Blaise Wozniak

Updated Hours and Closures for City Facilities and Services Friday

The City of Moose Jaw is letting residents know about updated hours for city services and facilities for Good Friday. City Hall, the Kinsmen Sportsplex and Yara Centre, Public Library, and Moose Jaw ... read more..

Local News
Blaise Wozniak

RCMP Now Participating in Clare's Law in Saskatchewan

Not quite a year ago, the Saskatchewan government became the first provincial government in Canada to formally adopt Clare's Law. Now, the Saskatchewan RCMP will join the list of police organization read more..

Local News
Daniel McElroy

Local Farmers Likely to Experience Fallout From Suez Blockage

Global trade ground to a halt last week when a large cargo ship became jammed in the Suez Canal, blocking the crucial shipping route. Now that the Ever Given has been dislodged and traffic ... read more..

Local News
Teagan Witko

PARTNER PROFILE - Ag West Service Ltd.

They had a busy winter and now they're shifting gears and preparing for a busy spring and summer!  Ag West Service, located just west of Moose Jaw, services heavy trucks, construction equipment ... read more..

Local News
Daniel McElroy

"Moose Jaw is on Red Alert:" Residents Urged to Go Above and Beyond

No new public health restrictions will be coming to Moose Jaw at this time. That's the latest news from Premier Scott Moe and the Saskatchewan Health Authority made public at a press conference yeste... read more..

Local News
Shawn Slaght

Power Fully Restored Following Storm

Power has now been fully restored to Saskatchewan residents following that storm that it the southern and west central parts of the province. SaskPower says preliminary numbers show that 50,226 custo... read more..

Local News
Shawn Slaght

UPDATE: 20 Vehicle Pile-Up Costing Over 3 Million in Damages

Monday's whiteout storm created some of the most hazardous driving conditions we've seen all winter and led to a massive 20-car pile-up on Highway 1 just north of the Wigmore Hospital. Several driver... read more..

Local News
Shawn Slaght

Stick it to COVID Campaign Features Local Teacher

The Government of Saskatchewan has launched a media campaign to encourage Saskatchewan residents to get their COVID-19 vaccination when it is their turn. 'Stick it to COVID' features Saskatchewan peo... read more..

Local News
Shawn Slaght

Moose Javian Takes on Mentorship Role in Ag Program

Moose Jaw’s Shelley Jones is taking her knowledge of the agriculture industry and passing it on to an up-and-coming student.  As part of the Next Gen Agriculture Mentorship Program, presented by... read more..

Local News
Daniel McElroy

Vaccine Numbers and COVID Cases Both on Rise in South Central Zone

COVID-19 has claimed one more death in Saskatchewan today. The deceased person was in their 80's from the Central East zone. Another 164 new cases of COVID-19 were also announced on Tu... read more..

Local News
Shawn Slaght

One Dead in Eight-Vehicle Accident Near Chaplin

An accident four kilometres west of Chaplin during Monday's storm has left one person dead and another injured.  Morse RCMP responded to an eight-vehicle collision at around ... read more..

Local News
Daniel McElroy

60+ Residents Able to Book Vaccinations Effective Mar. 31

The Saskatchewan Health Authority is once again expanding COVID-19 vaccine booking eligibility. Effective March 31 at  8 a.m., all residents aged 60 and older will be able to schedule their... read more..

Local News
Shawn Slaght

Mayor Encouraging Residents to Follow SHA Recommendations

Moose Jaw Mayor Fraser Tolmie is putting out a plea to residents to follow the guidelines set out by the Saskatchewan Health Authority (SHA) to combat COVID-19 and variants of concern. ... read more..

Local News
Daniel McElroy

"Music Matters:" Ongoing Survey Calculating Pandemic's Impact on Local Music

It will come as a surprise to no one that the Saskatchewan music industry is having a hard go of it over the past year. Even before the pandemic, the rise in online streaming overtaking CD sales mean... read more..

Local News
Blaise Wozniak

Local Storm Chaser Captures Experience in Monday's Storm

Storm Chaser Jenny Hagan has been chasing the prairie's wildest weather events for over 10 years now. And yesterday was a busy day for her, as she followed the strongest part of Monday's snowstorm for... read more..

Local News
Shawn Slaght

Doctor Worried About Variants of Concern in Moose Jaw

The rise in cases in rural Saskatchewan is due to the variants of concern (VOC), specifically the UK variant.  Currently, some provincially ordered public health restrictions are exclusive to th... read more..

Local News
Blaise Wozniak

Prairie South School Division Announces Rural Bus Cancellations

Prairie South School Division announced a wave of rural bus cancellations to start the day, due to the poor road conditions. Assiniboia Prairie South Busses 1, 3, 4, 5, 8, and 9 have been cancelled... read more..

Local News
Blaise Wozniak

Road Conditions Begin to Improve Around and Within Moose Jaw

While the weather warnings may have been lifted, we're now stuck dealing with the aftermath of Monday's winter storm. Highways surrounding Moose Jaw have all begun to open up, but still have som... read more..

Local News
Shawn Slaght

Communities Left Without Power Overnight as SaskPower Deals With Outages

Several communities in southern and west central Saskatchewan could be left without power overnight as SaskPower deals with outages as a results of Monday's storm. According to SaskPower, parts of Lu... read more..

Local News
Blaise Wozniak

202 New Cases of COVID-19, 173 Recoveries Announced

202 new cases of COVID 19 were announced on Monday, as well as 174 recoveries. Of the new cases, 10 are in the south-central region, 101 are in Regina, 22 are in Saskatoon, 16 are in the southeast, 1... read more..

Local News
Blaise Wozniak

Mobile Testing Clinic in Moose Jaw Not Open to the General Public

There's some confusion about the Saskatchewan Health Authority's mobile testing using that is in Moose Jaw Monday and Tuesday. Many have thought that the mobile testing unit means it's a po... read more..

Local News
Shawn Slaght

Local Shares Experience Receiving COVID-19 Vaccine

Former mayor of Moose Jaw, Ray Boughen, and his wife Sandy Boughen received their Pfizer vaccine on Friday.  Sandy says they were vaccinated at the Exhibition Grounds here in Moose Jaw. "It was... read more..

Local News
Blaise Wozniak

Prairie Skies Integration Network Looking for Newcomer Volunteers

The Prairie Skies Integration Network, which works under the Moose Jaw Multicultural Council, is looking for newcomer volunteers to help the organization. Prairie Skies started in 2018 and is a non-p... read more..

Local News
Shawn Slaght

Final Report Confirmed Bird Strike Caused Deadly Snowbirds Crash

A final report released on Monday by the Royal Canadian Air Force says that a bird strike did result in the deadly Snowbirds crash that happened in May of 2020.  An initial report... read more..

Local News
Daniel McElroy

Highways Surrounding Moose Jaw Closed as Storm Barrels Through Province

Highway conditions have rapidly declined and will remain poor throughout Monday and Monday night (courtesy of Justin Orr) Gusty winds and blowing wet snow are causing havoc on provincial highways. S... read more..

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