Monthly Archive

July 2021

Welcome to our Archives page. On this page you will find totaly 177 of our articles broken down into Months and Years.
Local News
Shawn Slaght

Emergency Crews at Scene of Multi-Vehicle Accident

Emergency crews are at the scene of a multi-vehicle accident this evening at the intersection of Highway 1 and Ninth Avenue Northwest. Police, Fire and EMS are all tending to the accident and at leas... read more..

Local News
Shawn Slaght

Prime Minister Visits Cowessess First Nation for Historic Signing

It was a time for celebration at Cowessess First Nation after weeks of grieving after the discovery of 751 unmarked graves at the former Marieval Residential School.  On Tuesday, the f... read more..

Local News
Blaise Wozniak

Moose Jaw Police to Investigate Death in Sandy Bay

The Moose Jaw Police Service has been called to conduct an independent external investigation following an in-custody death at the Sandy Bay RCMP detachment. According to a statement from the RCMP, a... read more..

Local News
Shawn Slaght

One Death, 14 New Cases of COVID-19 Announced

One person has died and 14 new cases of COVID-19 were announced on Tuesday along with 60 recoveries. The new death was a person in their 30s from the North West zone. There are 62 people in hospital... read more..

Local News
Shawn Slaght

Legion Commemorates 100th Anniversary of The Poppy

The poppy has become the national symbol of remembrance and this year marks an important milestone for the red flower.  It was 100 years ago today, July 6, that the Royal Canadian Legion adopted... read more..

Local News
Blaise Wozniak

Old Wives Lake Festival Set to Return July 17-18

A cabaret, bouncy castles, a petting zoo, farmers market; those are just a few of the things you’ll find at this years Old Wives Lake Festival running in Mossbank July 17, and 18.&... read more..

Local News
Shawn Slaght

Local Baton Twirler Medals at National Competition

Moose Jaw’s Lishelle Maisonneuve (Pretty), 11, represented Saskatchewan at the Canadian Open Virtual Individual Disciplines for baton twirling over the weekend.  Also known as the Mapl... read more..

Local News
Daniel McElroy

"They Didn't Die for Nothing," Residential School Survivor Tells Her Story

Warning: this article contains details regarding Canada's Residential School System which may be distressing to some readers. With more and more unmarked graves being found at former residential scho... read more..

Local News
Daniel McElroy

Dr. Wasko: Lifting Restrictions and Respecting Others Choices

In less than a week, the province will be lifting its masking and gathering limit restrictions. In the weeks leading up to the re-opening, Dr. Kevin Wasko, a local doctor and physician executive with... read more..

Local News
Blaise Wozniak

Prime Minister to Make Announcement at Cowessess First Nation

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will join Premier Scott Moe and Cowessess First Nation Chief Cadmus Delorme Tuesday afternoon to make an announcement at Cowessess First Nation. A ceremony and signing c... read more..

Local News
Shawn Slaght

Habitat's Run for Home Fundraiser Taking Place Aug. 1-15

Habitat for Humanity Moose Jaw is holding a hybrid Run For Home event from Aug. 1 to 15 to raise money for the duplex being built at 1015 Ominica St. E.  Participants ca... read more..

Local News
Blaise Wozniak

July 10 and 11 Mark Free Fishing Weekend in Saskatchewan

If you've wanted to spend a sunny day out fishing on the lake but haven't picked up your license yet, the weekend of July 10 and 11 is a bit of a gift from the province to you. The government of Saska... read more..

Local News
Shawn Slaght

Restaurant Owner Credits the Community for Business Surviving the Pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic was a dark time for the restaurant sector as many owners wondered how their business would survive.  Back in March of 2020, during the early days of the pandemic, non-essen... read more..

Local News
Shawn Slaght

20 New Cases of COVID-19 Reported, Active Cases Drops to 360

The province reported 20 new cases of COVID-19 Monday along with 56 recoveries. There are 65 people in hospital, and 11 people are in intensive care. The South Central Zone is reporting no new cases... read more..

Local News
Teagan Witko

The Mad Greek and Rodos Pizza Partner Profile

It's a rich history that goes back to the 1950s when Gus Iatridis, his brother George along with brothers-in-law Nick Hasapis and Jim Kourles would arrive in Canada from Greece.  T... read more..

Local News
David Zammit

SHA COVID-19 Daily Update for July 4

According to the SHA, province-wide there were 27 new cases of the COVID-19 virus reported yesterday. That brings the total number of cases to 48,958 with 396 of those considered active. No breakdow... read more..

Local News
David Zammit

Provincial Traffic Safety Fund Helps To Ensure Safer Roads In Communities

Numerous road safety initiatives ranging from digital speed signs to speed bumps and sidewalks are coming to communities across Saskatchewan, thanks to the Provincial Traffic Safety Fund. Manager of ... read more..

Local News
Tara Garcia

SHA COVID-19 Update For July 3rd

According to the SHA, province-wide there were 49 new cases of the COVID-19 virus reported yesterday. That brings the total number of cases to 48,931 with 421 of those considered active. No breakdown... read more..

Local News
Tara Garcia

Two Water-Related Incidents Keep RCMP Busy At Diefenbaker Lake

On July 1 around 11:00 a.m. Swift Current, Morse, and Outlook RCMP officers responded to a complaint of a person overboard a boat on Lake Diefenbaker near the Palliser Regional Park shoreline.  ... read more..

Local News
Tara Garcia

SGI Reminds Drivers To Be Safe On Summer Road Trips

Now that the summer season has arrived, and the kids are out of school many will be heading out on the road for a number of summer road trips. SGI wants to remind drivers to stay safe on busy roads. ... read more..

Local News
Hayley Shirkey

Fire Ban Issued for Saskatchewan

The Government of Saskatchewan announced a provincial-wide fire ban today. Below is the release that was provided.  Due to hot, dry conditions and an extreme fire risk that covers most of the pr... read more..

Local News
Hayley Shirkey

21 New Cases of COVID-19 and 36 Recoveries

The province reported 21 new cases of COVID-19 Friday along with 36 recoveries. There are 57 people in hospital, and 12 people are in intensive care. The South Central Zone is reporting no new cases... read more..

Local News
Hayley Shirkey

[VIDEO] Standing in Integrity Rally, Indigenous Community Demands Land Back

Community members rallied together at the Standing in Integrity: Canada Day Rally. The rally was organized by the local group, Our Home on Native Land, with the aim of promoting critical ex... read more..

Local News
Hayley Shirkey

Moose Jaw RCMP Seeks Witnesses of Single-Vehicle Accident 

On June 19, around 3:30 a.m., Moose Jaw RCMP responded to a single-vehicle rollover on Highway #2. The crash occurred three kilometres north of the causeway near the North Shore Resort at Buffalo Pou... read more..

Local News
Paul Figueiredo

34 New Canada Day Cases in July 1 COVID-19 Update

Announced on Wednesday, the government of Saskatchewan had no daily update for COVID-19 cases on Canada Day. They did, however, maintain the dashboard and the detailed views. For that reason, some in... read more..

Local News
Paul Figueiredo

23 Communities See Benefit of More ICIP Funding

The federal government's Investing in Canada Infrastructure Program (ICIP) continues to pay dividends for communities in the province. Announced last week, the newest initiative would see $81.2 milli... read more..

Local News
Paul Figueiredo

New Arrival to STARS Air Ambulance Fleet

STARS Air Ambulance officially welcomed its newest addition to the fleet on Tuesday, although it's already been hard at work for a while. The medically-equipped Airbus H145 helicopter is the fifth of... read more..

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