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

Motorcyclist Seriously Injured in Accident Near Mortlach

A 27-year-old man from Montreal suffered what police are describing as "serious injuries" following an accident westbound on Highway 1 just outside of Mortlach yesterday afternoon. Moose Jaw RCMP say... read more..

Local News
Shawn Slaght

Dates Announced for Return of Sidewalk Days in 2022

After taking a couple of years off because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the ever-popular Sidewalk Days will be returning next year.  The planning committee announced the event will be taking place ... read more..

Local News
Shawn Slaght

53 New Cases of COVID-19 Reported, 19 Recoveries

53 new cases of COVID-19 were reported in Saskatchewan Wednesday, along with 19 recoveries. 276 cases are considered active right now and 59 people are in hospital, with 10 of those in intensive care... read more..

Local News
Shawn Slaght

Col. Bouchard Named New Commanding Officer at 15 Wing

Col. Jonathan Bouchard officially became the new commanding officer at 15 Wing Moose Jaw on July 15.  A scaled-back change of command ceremony was held at the base with only a few dignitaries in... read more..

Local News
Daniel McElroy

Local Teen Says Tim Hortons Camp Day Help Him Learn Confidence

It's Tim Hortons Camp Day today, which means that all proceeds from the sales of hot coffee and iced coffee will be donated to Tim Hortons Foundation Camps. In addition to providing a week of fun for... read more..

Local News
Daniel McElroy

Local Businesses Team Up to Fill Freezers at Riverside Mission

Riverside Mission has put out a call to the public, letting them know that their food supplies have almost run out. That prompted local business owners Alan Didkowski of Al's Auto Service and Dyllan ... read more..

Local News
Blaise Wozniak

Local Hotels Seeing Increased Guests in Recent Weeks

Businesses throughout the province have spent the last few weeks working hard to get back to the way things were before the pandemic hit early last year. Hotels are one industry that was hit hard ove... read more..

Local News
Shawn Slaght

[Gallery/Video] Old Wives Lake Festival Returns to Mossbank

A good crowd turned out for this year's Old Wives Festival in Mossbank over the weekend. The festival is returning after it was canceled last year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Below are some of the ... read more..

Local News
Shawn Slaght

Where Did It Come From? The History Behind Crystal Meth

“Where did crystal meth come from?”  It seems like a simple question, but the answer becomes more complicated as the drug's uses have changed over the years.  When Rom Jukes joined the Moo... read more..

Local News
Shawn Slaght

Lumsden Ball Player Dies Before Game at Ross Wells Park

A game between the Moose Jaw 18U AA Canucks and the Lumsden Cubs on July 15 at Ross Wells Park was canceled after a Lumsden player collapsed and died before the game.  The player, who reportedly... read more..

Local News
Hayley Shirkey

22 New Cases of COVID-19, 42 Recoveries

22 new cases of COVID-19 were reported in Saskatchewan Tuesday, along with 42 recoveries. 242 cases are considered active right now and 55 people are in hospital, with 10 of those in intensive care. ... read more..

Local News
Hayley Shirkey

[Gallery] Moose Jaw Police Service Welcomes Four New Recruits

Four new police officers were sworn into the Moose Jaw Police Service on Friday afternoon at the newly-renovated Peacock Collegiate Centennial Auditorium. The recruits, Dustin Caplette-Tarrant, Grady... read more..

Local News
Hayley Shirkey

Over $96,000 of Meth Seized in Check Stop

The Moose Jaw Police Service conducted a vehicle check stop on the evening of July 16.  Police located a suspicious vehicle on the east side of Moose Jaw and arrested the driver with outstanding... read more..

Local News
Hayley Shirkey

Annual Sukanen Ship Threshing Bee Back for Another Year

Get ready to see the day-to-day lives of our province's pioneers, the Sukanen Ship Museum's annual Threshing Bee is back after having to cancel the event in 2020 due to the pandemic. "Threshing" refe... read more..

Local News
Blaise Wozniak

Local Family Loses Cabin in Northern Fires

There are over 150 active forest fires burning in Saskatchewan, with nearly every one in the northern half of the province. While the fires themselves may be a fair distance away from Moose Jaw, they... read more..

Local News
Shawn Slaght

Start Here: New City Web Page Helps Those Building or Starting New Business

A new page on the City of Moose Jaw’s website is aimed at helping those who are considering buying a commercial building, constructing a building, changing the use of a building, or starting... read more..

Local News
Blaise Wozniak

16 New Cases of COVID-19 Reported, 37 Recoveries

The Government of Saskatchewan is reporting 16 new cases of COVID-19 Monday, as well as 37 recoveries. Of the new cases, five are located in Saskatoon, four are in the far northwest, two are in the n... read more..

Local News
Blaise Wozniak

Provincial Fire Ban Lifted

The Saskatchewan Public Safety Agency (SPSA) has lifted the provincial fire ban as of Monday morning due to recent rainfall and cooler weather settling in. The ban had come into place on July 2 and a... read more..

Local News
Daniel McElroy

Lumsden RCMP Trying to Locate Children Missing Since Saturday

Two children have been missing from the Regina Beach area since Saturday evening and the RCMP says that they are now worried for their well-being. 13-year-old Dylan Peterson, and 14-year-old Brooklyn... read more..

Local News
Super User

Wildfires Continue To Burn Through Northern Saskatchewan

Hot and dry conditions continue to grip the province as the wildfire situation in Saskatchewan continues to worsen. The Saskatchewan Public Safety Agency reported there were 156 wildfires burning in t... read more..

Local News
Super User

Treaty Land Sharing Network Launches in Saskatchewan

This past week, a gathering took place on a farm near Bladworth, a community between Davidson and Kenaston. The gathering saw the launch of the Treaty Land Sharing Network, a grassroo read more..

Local News
Super User

Sealing Work Being Done on Saskatchewan Highways

The provincial Ministry of Highways and Infrastructure is working this year to improve 510 kilometres of provincial roads and highways through pavement sealing. The sealing, which helps... read more..

Local News
Super User

Money From Province, Feds for Early Childhood Development

Thanks to help from the federal government, more than $23 million will be going to early childhood development community programs in Saskatchewan this fiscal year. The an... read more..

Local News
Hayley Shirkey

[VIDEO] Local Businesses Seeing More Foot Traffic After Re-Opening

We caught up with some local businesses to talk about changes they have seen since the re-opening on July 11. Watch the video below: ... read more..

Local News
Super User

Fires In North Bring Smoke, Haze to Much of Saskatchewan

A number of highways are closed in northern Saskatchewan, and some communities are under evacuation orders due to wildfires.  The Saskatchewan Public Safety Agency is reporting there are 139 wil... read more..

Local News
Super User

Ground-Penetrating Radar Work Starts At Former Residential School

The Battlefords Agency Tribal Chiefs, which represents six First Nations in northwest Saskatchewan, are overseeing ground-penetrating radar being conducted on a field where the Delmas Indian Resi... read more..

Local News
Super User

Province Making Changes In Face of Drought-like Conditions

The Saskatchewan government announced changes to the funding livestock producers can receive through the Farm and Ranch Water Infrastructure Program, and the Saskatchewan Crop Insurance Corporati... read more..

Local News
Blaise Wozniak

Study Shows 10% Shift in Shopping Local Would Have Profound Effect

Do you shop local? A recent study by Praxis Consulting, who was commissioned by the Moose Jaw Chamber of Commerce, found that a 10% shift in shopping local within Moose Jaw would add 729 new position... read more..

Local News
Hayley Shirkey

Fire Ban Issued for R.M. of Caron and Marquis

Due to the extreme dry conditions, a fire ban has been issued for the R.M of Caron and the R.M. of Marquis. This ban includes all fires that have the potential to create sparks including but not limi... read more..

Local News
Blaise Wozniak

Two Deaths, 20 New Cases of COVID-19 Reported Friday

Two cases are considered active in the sub-region 'south-central 2', which is made up of Moose Jaw and the surrounding area. Two deaths were reported in the COVID-19 update from the provincial govern... read more..

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