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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
Saskatchewan gov't announces massive Lake Diefenbaker irrigation project; Moose Jaw area to be affected

Saskatchewan gov't announces massive Lake Diefenbaker irrigation project; Moose Jaw area to be affected

‘Generational’ project to come at a cost of $4 billion, create 2,500 construction jobs a year for over 10 years, add an estimated 120,000 acres of irrigable land, provide Moose Jaw-Regina corridor with secure water source for next 100 years
Final dates of Phase Four announced for remainder of services

Final dates of Phase Four announced for remainder of services

The last dates of Phase Four were announced today in a live press conference with Premier Scott Moe
Knight Ford Lincoln showing support for community with charity campaigns

Knight Ford Lincoln showing support for community with charity campaigns

Knight Ford Lincoln has a few charitable activities up its sleeve these days, to help Moose Jaw out
Phase Four of reopening continues next week, including changes to existing restrictions

Phase Four of reopening continues next week, including changes to existing restrictions

Phase Four of the reopening plan in Saskatchewan will continue on June 29, and some restrictions for parks have been lifted
Hundred-year-old Brownlee church burns down in windstorm

Hundred-year-old Brownlee church burns down in windstorm

Brownlee lost its historic church in a fire this past weekend, one of the last buildings that was built when the town was founded
Council officially approves tax increase of zero per cent for 2020

Council officially approves tax increase of zero per cent for 2020

Council initially approved the 2020 operating budget last December, which featured a property tax increase of 2.3 per cent
Moose Jaw-partnered mental health app for youth expanding thanks to leadership grant

Moose Jaw-partnered mental health app for youth expanding thanks to leadership grant

“I wanted young people who don’t know where to go or how to deal with [their mental health] to have a resource that’s easy and free"
Safety issues with Moose Jaw Trolley come to forefront

Safety issues with Moose Jaw Trolley come to forefront

Concerns raised by former driver being addressed with major overhaul of vehicle, no timeline for return to road in time of COVID-19
Sask. students, teachers to return to in-person classrooms in the fall

Sask. students, teachers to return to in-person classrooms in the fall

Saskatchewan schools will be returning to in-class learning in the fall, with safety guidelines from public health to still be determined