Monthly Archive

October 2021

Welcome to our Archives page. On this page you will find totaly 207 of our articles broken down into Months and Years.
Local News
Andrew Mccormack

Skilled Trade and Technology Week in Saskatchewan

Skilled Trade and Technology Week in Saskatchewan launches Sunday, October 31 and runs until Sunday, November 7. This week raises awareness of career opportunities in the skilled trade and technology ... read more..

Local News
Andrew Mccormack

Sunday's COVID-19 Update Sees Cases Continue to Drop

The seven-day average for daily new cases of COVID-19 fell below 200 in Saskatchewan for the first time since August. The Saskatchewan Health Authority reported 170 new cases Sunday afternoon, bringi... read more..

Local News
Andrew Mccormack

RCMP Urge Caution on Roads, Share Results from Operation Impact

  The Saskatchewan RCMP is appealing to drivers to be safe with much more traffic around streets on Halloween. “Whether it’s going to Halloween activities or trick-or-treating, many v read more..

Local News
Andrew Mccormack

COVID Cases and Hospitalizations Decrease

The Saskatchewan Health Authority reported 189 new cases of COVID-19 in the province Saturday. The active count decreased by 57 to 2,307. The seven-day average for daily new cases fell by six to 203.... read more..

Local News
Andrew Mccormack

Trick or Treat?: Unveiling your Hallowe'en Forecast

Trick-or-treaters shouldn't have to worry about rain or snow, but they'll want to bundle up with temperatures across southern Saskatchewan projected to be cooler than usual for the end of October. Te... read more..

Local News
Andrew Mccormack

Investment News: Temporary Cease Trade Order for Nine Corporations and Two Residents

Nine Saskatoon-based corporations and two Saskatoon residents have been issued a Temporary Cease Trade Order (TCTO) by the Financial and Consumer Affairs Authority of Saskatchewan. The residents are ... read more..

Local News
Andrew Mccormack

Saskatchewan RCMP Responds to New Positions, Potential for Provincial Police Force

Policing was a focal point in the Saskatchewan government's Throne Speech Wednesday. The province said it'll add 60 police positions (including funding for 54 RCMP positions). Lt. Gov. Russ Mirasty, ... read more..

Local News
Shawn Slaght

New Mural Unveiled on South Hill

Moose Jaw’s newest mural was unveiled on South Hill on Friday afternoon.  Painted by local artist Carly Jaye, the large mural can be found on the side of the Palliser Regional Library building o... read more..

Local News
Shawn Slaght

PSSD Hosting Virtual Mental Health Information Session

The Prairie South School Division is welcoming both parents and the general public to a virtual mental health information session on Tuesday.  “Understanding Mental Health Stages and What These ... read more..

Local News
Shawn Slaght

Proof of Vaccination Policy for Visitors to SHA Facilities Coming Nov. 8

Beginning Nov. 8, visitors to any Saskatchewan Health Authority acute care facility and long-term care homes must supply a proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test.  The SHA says th... read more..

Local News
Shawn Slaght

238 New Cases of COVID-19 Reported, 269 Recoveries, 3 Deaths

238 new cases of COVID-19 were confirmed today, along with 269 recoveries and three new deaths. The new cases are located in the Far North West (4), Far North East (8), North West (26), North Central... read more..

Local News
Hayley Shirkey

New Story Trail on South Hill

Hoping to make your walk more educational, a new Story Trail has opened on South Hill. The trail is fully accessible and pre-lit, running along the Rotary Trail, beginning on the corner of Cotea... read more..

Local News
Hayley Shirkey

RESULTS: Will Your Family go Trick-or-Treating this Year?

Discover Moose Jaw conducted a poll on Tuesday, asking residents if they will be trick or treating this Halloween. Taking the largest piece of the pie was the answer, yes, the risk is low at 55.9 per... read more..

Local News
Katherine Ludwig

"Happy to see something like this happen" Words Of A Successful Annual Event

The first day of the Christmas season was October 21st and Moose Jaw celebrated with its annual weekend event of Christmas In October. Dozens of shops and restaurants volunteer to stay open late and ... read more..

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Katherine Ludwig

Safety Comes Hand In Hand With Fun During Halloween

Halloween is a special time of year for the kids. This Sunday night, kids will be running from house to house getting as much candy as they possibly can. As fun as the night is, safety should still ... read more..

Local News
Katherine Ludwig

'Numbers are Actually Going to be Doubled': Homelessness Becoming Large Social Issue

Awareness of homelessness in Saskatchewan has been growing and it's becoming more apparent in Moose Jaw. Multiple organizations continuously help the homeless population in the city, such as Riversid... read more..

Local News
Shawn Slaght

Local MLAs Looking Forward to New Session of Legislature

The fall session of the 29th legislative assembly kicked off with the Speech from the Throne on Wednesday, but it's back to business for MLAs at the legislative building in Regina.  Locally... read more..

Local News
Katherine Ludwig

11 deaths, 237 New Positive Cases, 268 Recoveries

11 deaths were reported in relation to COVID-19.There are also 237 new positive cases with 268 recoveries. 10 of the new cases are in the south-central zone, Saskatoon has 63, Regina has 47, the south read more..

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Shawn Slaght

Local Trio Hosting Haunted House Fundraiser on Halloween

Jessie Halvorsen, his mentor Mark Gilliland and Sebasten Halvorsen are once again teaming up to put a scare into your Halloween.  Jessie Halvorsen and Gilliland are putt... read more..

Local News
Hayley Shirkey

[VIDEO] Moose Jaw & District Food Bank New Location Grand Opening

The brand new location for the Moose Jaw and District Food Bank was unveiled on Wednesday. The new location on Fairford Street West is just steps from the old one, keeping it central to all residents... read more..

Local News
Teagan Witko

Digital Donations Accepted During Poppy Day, Volunteers Needed

2021 marks the 100th anniversary of the Poppy.   Since the flower was designated as the national symbol of remembrance, plenty has changed. Honouring those who serve our country i... read more..

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Shawn Slaght

Throne Speech Opens 29th Legislative Assembly

Saskatchewan Legislature opened a new session on Wednesday with the Speech from the Throne.  The focus of the speech heading into the new session focused mainly on managing through the end of th... read more..

Local News
Katherine Ludwig

Finding Creative Ways to Hand Out Candy

The peak of the spooky season is here. Halloween is this weekend.  Costumes are ready and decorations are being finalized but in the midst of the pandemic, safety is a huge concern when going ou... read more..

Local News
Shawn Slaght

Five COVID-19 Deaths Reported, 223 New Cases, 316 Recoveries

Saskatchewan recorded five new COVID-19 related deaths on Wednesday, along with 223 new cases and 316 recoveries. This brings the active case count to 2,440. There are 61 cases considered active in t... read more..

Local News
Shawn Slaght

City Reaches New Agreement with Moose Jaw Soccer Association

The City of Moose Jaw and the Moose Jaw Soccer Association have come to terms with a new agreement for the use of the Yara Centre.  The current three-year agreement with Moose Jaw Soccer expires... read more..

Local News
Hayley Shirkey

#SKDancesTogether Bringing The Dance Community Together

The Saskatchewan dance community is hoping to keep dance at the forefront of everyone's mind. The #SKDancesTogether will be flooding social media today with studios across the province creating routi... read more..

Local News
Hayley Shirkey

Successful Hybrid Terry Fox Run Raises $4,700

This year's Terry Fox Run was held on September 19, raising a total of $4,700. Last year's online event raised $3,700, and in 2019 $3,238 was raised.  “We are thrilled with this year’s fundrais... read more..

Local News
Katherine Ludwig

Ryan Meili Says The Opposition Will Not Hold Back On Fighting Against Scott Moe

Saskatchewan's Official Opposition leader Ryan Meili spoke passionately about the current health crisis and the Sask. Party government during his media scrum on Tuesday, ahead of the Throne Speech on ... read more..

Local News
Katherine Ludwig

10 Deaths, 126 New Positive Cases, 400 Recoveries

10 deaths in relation to COVID-19 have been reported. Along with that, there are 126 new positive cases and 400 recoveries.3 of the new cases are in the south-central zone, Saskatoon has 35, Regina ha read more..

Local News
Shawn Slaght

Province Announces Vaccination Plan for Children 5 to 11 Years Old

The Saskatchewan Provincial Government announced on Tuesday its plan to roll out COVID-19 vaccines for children five to 11 years old.  Saskatchewan has ordered 112,000 doses of Pfizer ... read more..

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