Monthly Archive

July 2021

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Anthrax Detected In Flock of Sheep

The provincial Ministry of Agriculture confirmed Thursday a case of anthrax was the cause of death in an animal in a flock of sheep in the R.M. of South Qu’Appelle. There are four other suspecte... read more..

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Super User

Free Fishing Weekend Kicks Off Today

An annual tradition returns to Saskatchewan this weekend, as Free Fishing Weekend allows anglers to get out and try angling without any need for a license. All residents and visitors to Sask... read more..

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Blaise Wozniak

Blast from the Past: Tunnels of Moose Jaw Set to Reopen July 16

Get ready to go underground. The Tunnels of Moose Jaw has announced its re-opening date. The renowned tourist site will be opening its doors on July 16th, and Business Development Manager Kelly Carty... read more..

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Shawn Slaght

City-Owned Ticket Provider Enters Agreement with Prince Albert Raiders

SaskTix, the ticket provider owned by the City of Moose Jaw using Paciolan’s ticketing system, has its first client outside of Moose Jaw.  On Friday, the city announced that SaskT... read more..

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Shawn Slaght

Construction Kicks Off at SaskPower's Great Plains Power Station

Several dignitaries were on hand as SaskPower officially kicked off the construction of the Great Plains Power Plant in the Moose Jaw Agri-Food Industrial Park.  The $780 million project will co... read more..

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Shawn Slaght

Province Tallies Another COVID-19 Death

One more person has lost their battle with COVID-19, while there were 36 new cases were reported Friday and 57 recoveries. There are 61 people in hospital, and 10 people are in intensive care. The S... read more..

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Blaise Wozniak

Smoke in the Valley Returns to Buffalo Pound this Fall

The sound of sizzling meat will be in the air this fall as Hillside Smoke n' Que is set to host their third annual Smoke in the Valley Amateur BBQ Competition.  Set for September 11 and 12 ... read more..

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Shawn Slaght

$12.7 Million Building Permit Issued for Former XL Beef Plant

Construction is currently taking place at the former XL Beef plant that has been closed for nearly 10 years. In the City of Moose Jaw's June building permits report, there was a $12.7 million alterat... read more..

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Teagan Witko

Saskatchewan Festival of Words Partner Profile

The workshops start Monday and the 25th Anniversary edition of the Saskatchewan Festival of Words will be underway at the Moose Jaw Cultural Centre!  After presenting the festival virtually in 2... read more..

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Shawn Slaght

STARS Pegasus Project Mustang in Moose Jaw on Saturday

The STARS Air Ambulance Pegasus Project Mustang will be here in Moose Jaw on Saturday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Moose Jaw Ford.  This event will include a barbeque, jersey raffle and special car... read more..

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Hayley Shirkey

113 New Cases of COVID-19 and 17 Recoveries

The province reported 113 new cases of COVID-19 Thursday along with 17 recoveries. There are 62 people in hospital, and 11 people are in intensive care. The South Central Zone is reporting no new ca... read more..

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Shawn Slaght

Women Fore Women Golf Tournament Sold Out

The Hillcrest Ladies Golf League’s Women Fore Women golf tournament is officially sold out.  One hundred women golfers will be taking to the Hillcrest Golf Course on Aug. 21 to raise m... read more..

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Shawn Slaght

Toyota Dealership Holding Fundraiser for Hunger in Moose Jaw

The Prairie Toyota Dealers Reels on Wheels Tour is coming to Moose Jaw on Saturday to raise money for Hunger in Moose Jaw. A four-story screen will be step up in the parking lot at Moose Jaw Toyota a... read more..

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Teagan Witko

YMCA Partner Profile

It has been quite some time since the local Moose Family YMCA closed its doors.  However, under the direction of the YMCA of Regina, youth programming continues here in Moose Jaw and the good peo... read more..

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Hayley Shirkey

June COVID-19 Statistics Shows Vaccines Working

There were 2,032 positive COVID-19 cases detected in the province in June. 1641 (80.8%) were reported in those who were unvaccinated or had received their first dose of the vaccine less than three ... read more..

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Blaise Wozniak

What to Expect in SHA Facilities Following July 11

The Saskatchewan Health Authority has released guidelines for their provincial facilities following July 11 - the day public health orders are being lifted.  As of July 11, there will be no chan... read more..

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Daniel McElroy

Pop-Up and Walk-In Vaccine Clinics in Moose Jaw Over Next Two Days

A walk-in COVID-19 vaccine clinic is open today and tomorrow, July 8-9, at the Moose Jaw Exhibition Grounds and will be offering Moderna. The clinic will be open from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm both days, as... read more..

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Daniel McElroy

Summer Brings Uptick in Camping Registration and Vandalism in Wakamow Valley

Hotels, bed and breakfasts, and all other sorts of accommodations are ramping up their operations and staffing in anticipation of the removal of all public health restrictions in Saskatchewan on July ... read more..

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Shawn Slaght

Installing a Swimming Pool? Here's What You Need to Know

It's summertime and we all dream about having that private backyard pool, but it is a lot more work than you think.  The homeowner is responsible for anyone who swims in the pool ... read more..

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Daniel McElroy

Lifting of Restrictions Could Lead to Anxiety for Some

With the province set to fully reopen and remove all public health orders as of Sunday, most are looking forward to getting back to normal. However, that's not the case for everyone. Phyllis O'Conno... read more..

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Hayley Shirkey

All Public Health Orders to be Removed This Sunday

As of this Sunday, July 11, all public health orders will be removed, including removing the province-wide mandatory masking order, and the removal of limits on events and gathering siz... read more..

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Shawn Slaght

Tourism Sector Excited by Provincial Reopening

It was a long haul for the tourism industry in Moose Jaw as they were some of the hardest hit during the COVID-19 pandemic.  But there is a renewed sense of optimism since the provinci... read more..

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Hayley Shirkey

One Death, 53 New Cases of COVID-19 and 40 Recoveries

The province reported one new death, 53 new cases of COVID-19 Wednesday along with 40 recoveries. There are 64 people in hospital, and 10 people are in intensive care. The South Central Zone is repo... read more..

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Hayley Shirkey

Local Sporting Goods Store Under New Ownership

After owning Bohs Cycle and Sporting Goods in downtown Moose Jaw for over 30 years, Boh VanTassel has decided to sell the business and enjoy his retirement. Brittan and Jordan Calibaba are taking ove... read more..

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Shawn Slaght

City Launches Parking App for Downtown Meters

Effective today, you can use an app to pay for parking in downtown Moose Jaw. The City of Moose Jaw announced that all downtown meters will be integrated with the HotSpot parking app. Users can down... read more..

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Hayley Shirkey

Albertans Walking To Ottawa For Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women

The Northern Warriors Walkers are raising awareness for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women, by walking from Northern Alberta, to Ottawa. Adam McDonald and Stanley Gilbert Jean stopped in Moose Jaw... read more..

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Shawn Slaght

New Truth and Reconciliation Stat Holiday Created for Sept. 30

A new statutory holiday to remember the tragedies that took place at residential schools received royal assent last month.  Bill C-5 passed unanimously in the Senate to make Sept.... read more..

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Blaise Wozniak

Province-Wide Fire Ban Leads to Confusion for Locals

Last Friday, the Government of Saskatchewan issued a province-wide fire ban, which led to many believing they could no longer have a fire in the backyard or at the cabin...but that's not nec... read more..

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Daniel McElroy

Pair Swimming Across Lake Diefenbaker to Support YWCA

Two marathon swimmers are taking to the waters again this summer to raise money for the YWCA Regina. Last year, Dionne Tatlow and Adrien van Dyke, along with two other swimmers, swam the length of La... read more..

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Teagan Witko

Evenwalk Concrete Partner Profile

Evenwalk Concrete in Moose Jaw is now owned and operated by Shea Evans who has settled back in the city where he grew up.  If you go to EvenWalk.ca you can read all abou... read more..

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