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Tourism Moose Jaw unveils plaque commemorating Moose Truce with Norway

Tourism Moose Jaw unveils plaque commemorating Moose Truce with Norway

Mac the Moose now has a Moose Truce plaque to go along with his new antlers and updated look
Premier Scott Moe visits location for new joint-use school in Moose Jaw

Premier Scott Moe visits location for new joint-use school in Moose Jaw

Premier Scott Moe visited the site of Moose Jaw's new joint-use school, following the official signing of a development agreement with the municipality
UPDATED -- COVID-19: What's cancelled and closed in Moose Jaw

UPDATED -- COVID-19: What's cancelled and closed in Moose Jaw

An updated list of local closures or cancellations due to COVID-19 concerns
Sask. Ministry of Education confirms $51 million in approved funding as schools return to classrooms

Sask. Ministry of Education confirms $51 million in approved funding as schools return to classrooms

Minister of education Gord Wyant shared details of the COVID-19 funding for schools as classrooms return to session today
Retirement party celebrates Michelson’s time as Sask Party MLA

Retirement party celebrates Michelson’s time as Sask Party MLA

After 13 years of representing Moose Jaw North, long-time MLA to officially step aside as election looms
Individual schools release return plans for Sept., after gov't announces funding for divisions

Individual schools release return plans for Sept., after gov't announces funding for divisions

Moose Jaw schools have now released detailed return plans individualized to each school for parents and staff
Nature Conservancy of Canada to preserve grasslands north of Buffalo Pound Lake

Nature Conservancy of Canada to preserve grasslands north of Buffalo Pound Lake

Over 800 hectares of grasslands north of Buffalo Pound Lake are now under the protection of the national land conservation non-profit
Province provides updated safe school plan to address concerns

Province provides updated safe school plan to address concerns

The provincial government plans to provide more resources, information, time and testing to ensure students can safely return to school in September, it announced in a news release.
Moose Jaw school divisions announce mandatory masking for students, staff

Moose Jaw school divisions announce mandatory masking for students, staff

Moose Jaw schools will be mandating masks for students in grades 4 and above this fall
Grant Hall to host dismissal appeal hearing of former officer Murdock

Grant Hall to host dismissal appeal hearing of former officer Murdock

The hearing kicks off on Monday, Aug. 31 and runs every day for three weeks until Friday, Sept. 18