Monthly Archive

September 2021

Welcome to our Archives page. On this page you will find totaly 194 of our articles broken down into Months and Years.
Local News
Katherine Ludwig

10 Deaths, 601 New COVID-19 Cases, 508 Recoveries

10 new deaths in relation to COVID-19 reported today. There are 601 new positive cases of the virus with 508 recoveries. 24 of the new cases are in the south-central zone, Saskatoon has 165, Regina read more..

Local News
Blaise Wozniak

Nine Candidates Officially Running for Moose Jaw Mayor

UPDATE: Gord Anthony has officially withdrawn from the mayoral race. The list is complete, and we now know who will all be running in the 2021 mayoral byelection. There are 10 candidates in total, i... read more..

Local News
Katherine Ludwig

Chamber of Commerce Appoints New Board Members and President

On Tuesday, the Moose Jaw and District Chamber of Commerce had their annual general meeting where new board members and a new president were appointed. Aaron Ruston Accepting Presidency over the ... read more..

Local News
Blaise Wozniak

Warriors Gameday to Look Slightly Different for Fans Attending

The Moose Jaw Warriors will be opening up their regular season Friday night with a game at Mosaic Place, taking on the Saskatoon Blades. Things may look a bit different however for fans attending, as... read more..

Local News
Blaise Wozniak

Saskatchewan to Expand Access to Self-Administered COVID-19 Tests

The Government of Saskatchewan will be expanding the public distribution of self-tests for COVID-19 in an attempt to accelerate the detection of asymptomatic cases in the province. The province is ex... read more..

Local News
Katherine Ludwig

3 Deaths, 394 New COVID-19 Cases, 540 Recoveries Reported Wednesday

3 more deaths related to COVID-19 were reported on Wednesday, as well as 394 new positive cases and 540 recoveries. The south-central zone has 24 of the new cases, Saskatoon has 59, northwest zo... read more..

Local News
Nick Myers

The First National Day for Truth and Reconciliation - A Day Set Aside for Reflection

September 30th marks the first National Day for Truth and Reconciliation across Canada.  The motion to set the day aside, on a national level, was supported unanimously in The House of Commons ea... read more..

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Nick Myers

Survivor's Flag Honours All Those Impacted By Residential Schools

A commemorative flag has been developed to mark the first official National Day of Truth and Reconciliation in Canada on Thursday.  “Earlier this year, the discoveries of unmarked burials at for... read more..

Local News
Katherine Ludwig

Wayne Watermanuk for Mayor of Moose Jaw

Becoming the third candidate for the position of Moose Jaw Mayor is Wayne Watermanuk.He's born and raised in Moose jaw and currently works as a Limo and shuttle driver for his family business that he'... read more..

Local News
Katherine Ludwig

NDP Calls Out Scott Moe to Do More for Children

The NDP held a media release last week to call out to the Federal Government to make self-isolation mandatory for children who come into contact with a positive COVID-19 case. Official Opposition Le... read more..

Local News
Katherine Ludwig

Arguments Made Over Demolition of Coteau Street Bridge at City Council Meeting

Monday night's City Council meeting held many discussions but the first topic heard was on the demolition of the Coteau Street bridge and how the residents around that bridge are very opposed of its p... read more..

Local News
Katherine Ludwig

10 Deaths, 449 New COVID-19 Cases, 490 Recoveries Announced Tuesday

10 new deaths were reported in connection to COVID-19 on Tuesday. Along with that, there were 446 new COVID-19 cases confirmed in the province and 490 new recoveries. 27 of the new confirmed cases ar read more..

Local News
Nick Myers

Covid 19 Protocols in Place for Warriors Home Opener

Due to the Government of Saskatchewan’s current COVID-19 mandate, proof of vaccination or a negative test will be required for fans coming to this Friday’s home opener between the Moose Jaw Warriors a... read more..

Local News
Nick Myers

Horseshoes, High Spirits & Hockey

The Moose Jaw Warriors are prepared to kick off the 2021-22 season Friday night against the Saskatoon Blades with a full list of activities. The Inaugural Moose Jaw Warriors Horseshoe Tournament will... read more..

Local News
Blaise Wozniak

Businesses to Request Proof of Vaccination or Negative COVID Test Starting Friday

Starting Friday, proof of COVID-19 vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test will be required in the province for the public to access a range of businesses and event venues. Proof of vaccine or a nega... read more..

Local News
Hayley Shirkey

Proof of Vaccination or Negative COVID-19 Test Required for Council Meetings

City Council passed a motion on Monday night to require proof of COVID-19 vaccination for council meetings and any other public meetings or hearings. Those looking to enter city hall must show proof ... read more..

Local News
Blaise Wozniak

Bi-Weekly Waste Collection Begins October 1

Bi-weekly waste collection is set to resume at the end of this week. Starting October 1, waste collection in each zone within the city will take place every two weeks instead of weekly, and will stay... read more..

Local News
Blaise Wozniak

Two Deaths, 398 New Cases of COVID-19 Monday

2 deaths and 398 new cases of COVID-19 were reported on Monday, along with 470 recoveries. Of the new cases, 7 are in the south-central zone, 147 in Saskatoon, 43 in the north-central zone, 32 in Reg read more..

Local News
Katherine Ludwig

One Dead After Highway Crash West of Moose Jaw

The RCMP has released more information after a collision that took place over the weekend. Just before 9 pm on Saturday, The RCMP received a report of a vehicle rollover on Highway 1 just west of Moo... read more..

Local News
Hayley Shirkey

Local Vet on Cat Declawing Ban in Saskatchewan

Saskatchewan is the latest province to ban cat declawing and the eighth one in Canada to do so. This procedure removes all of the cat's toes at the first knuckle, can cause the cat immense pain and a... read more..

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Blaise Wozniak

New Medical Masking Requirement in Long-Term Care Homes

The Saskatchewan Health Authority is expanding its mandatory medical masking protocol. As the number of outbreaks in long-term care homes increase, along with the number of residents infected with CO... read more..

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Blaise Wozniak

Province Appoints First Chief Firearms Officer

The government of Saskatchewan has appointed Robert Freberg as the province's first Chief Firearms Officer. In the past, CFOs were selected by the federal government, but in 2020 the province decided... read more..

Local News
Katherine Ludwig

Yearly Electric Vehicle Tax Set To Increase By $150 October 1st

Electric car owners in Saskatchewan will be seeing a new tax on their cars as of October 1. $150 per year will be added to the owner's usual taxes. Owners of these cars don't pay tax towards road ma... read more..

Local News
Nick Myers

Journey to Hope Walk Raises Over $28,000

The 14th annual Journey to Hope Walk brought in $28,649 over the weekend in support of Suicide Awareness and Prevention.  The annual event focusing on Hope, Healing and Honouring took place Satu... read more..

Local News
Hayley Shirkey

Another Successful Moose Jaw Co-op Fuel Good Day

The Moose Jaw Coop held their Fuel Good Day fundraiser last week, bringing in an impressive return which will be donated to a local organization. On Tuesday, September 21, the Coop donated 10 cents f... read more..

Local News
Super User

COVID Hospitalizations Continue to Climb Across Saskatchewan

Saskatchewan saw another 492 cases of COVID-19 reported Saturday, bringing the total number of active cases up to 4,751. It was also reported there were four more deaths linked to COVID, bringing the ... read more..

Local News
Super User

Minimum Wage Set To Go Up

Starting on Friday, the minimum wage in Saskatchewan will be increasing by 36 cents.   The new minimum wage was originally announced in June, with an effective date of October 1st. The incr... read more..

Local News
Super User

Partnership between SARSAV and SPSA Announced

September 25th to October 1st is Search and Rescue Week in Saskatchewan.  Just before the week began, an announcement was made Friday of an agreement between the Saskatchewan Public Sa... read more..

Local News
Super User

Speaker Series Coming to Royal Saskatchewan Museum

A partnership between the Friends of the Royal Saskatchewan Museum and SGI is bringing a four-part Indigenous speaker series to the museum called the Solstice Speakers Series.   "Supporting... read more..

Local News
Super User

QR Codes for Proof Of Vaccination Removed, Temporarily

The Saskatchewan government is removing the QR records from the COVID-19 vaccination records on the MySaskHealthRecord, temporarily, after an issue was discovered with the rollout. The codes will... read more..

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