Monthly Archive

November 2021

Welcome to our Archives page. On this page you will find totaly 152 of our articles broken down into Months and Years.
Local News
Shawn Slaght

City Sells Its Share of Timothy Eaton Gardens

The City of Moose Jaw is getting out of the condominium business, selling its share of the Timothy Eaton Gardens building to the Moose Jaw Non-Profit Housing Corporation.  City council voted 6-1... read more..

Local News
Hayley Shirkey

No Injuries Reported, House Fire on Spadina Street

Local firefighters responded to a blaze in a home on the 15-hundred block Spadina Street on Moose Jaw's southwest side. Senior Captain Howes explains. "It started on the rear of the house, we're not... read more..

Local News
Hayley Shirkey

Vaccine Clinic at The Old Ross School

There is a vaccine clinic today at the old Ross School, located at 355 Oak Street. The clinic will run until 5:00 pm and is offering Pfizer for those 12 and up, Moderna and the flu shot. First doses... read more..

Local News
Katherine Ludwig

Safe Homes For Single Mothers Continues To Make Safer Homes For Single Parents

Safe Homes For Single Mothers is an organization founded 6 years ago by local resident Mark Paterson. Since then he's had a team of over 25 people to help with different projects in homes of single p... read more..

Local News
Shawn Slaght

Plans Revealed to Replace Outdoor Pool, Decommission Natatorium

After over 55 years in operation, plans were presented to city council on Monday night to replace the Phyllis Dewar Outdoor Pool and decouple it from the Natatorium.  According to the report to ... read more..

Local News
Katherine Ludwig

Angela Sereda Bringing $5,000 Home From The Kubota Community Hero Contest

The votes have been tallied for the winner of the Kubota Community Hero Contest. A man from Magog, Quebec won first but local resident Angela Sereda placed just behind him. Sereda made the top 3 fin... read more..

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Katherine Ludwig

2 Deaths, 69 New Positive Cases, 50 Recoveries

2 deaths have been reported today in relation to COVID-19. There are 69 new positive cases in the province along with 50 recoveries. 2 of the new cases are in the south-central zone, Saskatoon, cent read more..

Local News
Shawn Slaght

City Reports $51 Million in Revenue Through Third Quarter

City council was presented with Moose Jaw’s third-quarter financial report on Monday night as the year comes closer to an end.  Total revenues saw the city take in over $51 million as of Se... read more..

Local News
Katherine Ludwig

[PHOTO GALLERY] 'Crystal Meth Does Not Discriminate' Addictions Awareness Week Recognized

Crystal meth addictions have become a prevalent issue across Saskatchewan, and we've witnessed it here in Moose Jaw. This week is Addictions Awareness Week across the province. Throughout the year, ... read more..

Local News
Teagan Witko

Country Thunder Returns to Saskatchewan in 2022

Country Thunder will return to Saskatchewan this summer after taking a back seat for the last two years.  The festival was postponed due to the pandemic, but organizers are ready to go for next ... read more..

Local News
Hayley Shirkey

Booking for Pediatric COVID-19 Vaccinations Now Available

You can now book the first of two doses for the COVID-19 Pfizer pediatric vaccine.  The Saskatchewan Health Authority (SHA) will be offering pediatric vaccines in 141 communities across Saskatch... read more..

Local News
Shawn Slaght

[VIDEO] Will a Petition Give the Coteau Street Bridge a Second Chance?

A petition signed by 255 users has changed the mind of city council on what to do about the Coteau Street Bridge.  City council approved the demolition of the bridge in the 2021 budget with CN R... read more..

Local News
Katherine Ludwig

Road Closure On The 1000 Block Of Main Street

A road closure is in effect on the 1000 block of Main Street North between Oxford Street and Hall Street. "It's a private service connection that we're replacing there. Basically, a compromised sewer... read more..

Local News
Shawn Slaght

Water Main Breaks Remain on the Decline

The number of water main breaks are slowly decreasing in the city, with help from the cast iron water main replacement project.  According to Director of Public Works and Utilities Darrin Stepha... read more..

Local News
Katherine Ludwig

1 Death, 73 New positive Cases, 121 Recoveries

1 death related to COVID-19 was reported today. 73 new positive cases were also reported along with 121 recoveries. 11 of the new cases are in the south-central zone, north-central has 13, Saskatoon read more..

Local News
Shawn Slaght

[UPDATED] Province Announces Plans for Vaccinations in 5 to 11 Year Olds

The Saskatchewan government announced they'll be offering pediatric COVID-19 vaccines, following Health Canada approving the Pfizer vaccine for five to 11-year-olds.  More than 112,000 doses of ... read more..

Local News
Katherine Ludwig

[VIDEO] Salvation Army's Kettle Campaign Kick Off

The Salvation Army has kicked off the start of their annual Kettle Campaign on Monday. Last year, the campaign didn't see as much success as usual. The pandemic created a shortage of locations and vo... read more..

Local News
Shawn Slaght

Notoriously Cultural: City Compiling Cultural Plan

The City of Moose Jaw’s Parks and Recreation Department is embarking on a several-year project to produce a cultural plan for the city.  With grant funding from SaskCulture, work on the pro... read more..

Local News
Nick Myers

Moose Jaw Men Going Homeless

At 10:00 pm on November 24th, 16 Moose Jaw men will go "Homeless for the House," raising money for the Moose Jaw Transition House and kicking off the White Ribbon Campaign. The White Ribbon Campaign ... read more..

Local News
Steven Wilson

Hospitalizations from COVID Down, Vaccinations Continue to Increase

The provincial government reported 185 new cases of COVID-19 Saturday afternoon. In addition to the new cases, two deaths linked to COVID-19 were reported, as well as 186 recoveries.   ... read more..

Local News
Steven Wilson

16 Recipients of Saskatchewan Order Of Merit Invested

There were 16 people invested in the Saskatchewan Order of Merit this past Wednesday.  "The sixteen recipients honoured this evening have significantly impacted the well-being of Saska... read more..

Local News
Steven Wilson

Juice Crystals Subject to Recall

Kraft Heinz Canada is recalling two types of juice crystals due to the possible presence of glass. They are recalling the Country Time brand Original Lemonade Fruit Juice Substitute Dri... read more..

Local News
Katherine Ludwig

As the Snow Rolls In, So Does Santa Claus

Are the little ones excited for Santa? Well, they won't have to wait much longer as Santa is coming to town. Moose Jaw's annual Santa Claus parade will look a little different this year from the para... read more..

Local News
Shawn Slaght

Moose Jaw Police Looking For Man Wanted on Warrants

The Moose Jaw Police Services is asking for the public’s help in locating a man wanted on warrants.  Thirty-year-old Justin Louis Gordon is wanted on charges of assault with a weapon, mischief, ... read more..

Local News
Katherine Ludwig

3 Deaths, 89 New Positive Cases, 83 Recoveries

3 deaths have been reported in relation to COVID-19. There are also 89 new positive cases and 83 recoveries. 2 of the new cases are in the south-central zone, 27 are in Saskatoon, central-east has 2... read more..

Local News
Shawn Slaght

Local News
Shawn Slaght

'A Great Deal of Progress': Transgender Day of Remembrance Vigil on Saturday

Saturday will be a day of reflection for trans-people who have been killed over the past year as well as public awareness of transphobia in society.  To mark the occasion, Moose Jaw Pride w... read more..

Local News
Katherine Ludwig

The Mae Wilson Theatre Giving People Glimpses of Normalcy

As we get little glimpses of the return of normal life, live music shows are on their way back to our friendly city and the Mae Wilson Theatre never fails to provide.  The theatre will be puttin... read more..

Local News
Hayley Shirkey

Health Canada Approves Pfizer's COVID19 Vaccine for Kids

The Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine has now been approved for kids aged 5-11. It is expected that about 3 million doses for kids will be shipped to Canada. 112,000 of those will be coming to Saskatchewan.&nb... read more..

Local News
Katherine Ludwig

Nov. 20th Declared National Child Day

The new Mayor, Clive Tolley, signed a proclamation marking this Saturday, November 20th as National Child Day in Moose Jaw and it should be a day of observance. The proclamation was brought forward b... read more..

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