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Nearly $6M to be spent this year to replace cast iron pipes

Nearly $6M to be spent this year to replace cast iron pipes

City council voted to allocate $5.8 million to replace 2,360 metres of cast iron water main pipes
Global coronavirus cases grow, public health updates travel guidelines

Global coronavirus cases grow, public health updates travel guidelines

Self-isolate for 14 days after returning from an affected area
Limited weekend bus route from Moose Jaw to Regina beginning in March

Limited weekend bus route from Moose Jaw to Regina beginning in March

A Rider Express bus route from Calgary to Regina on weekends will pass through Moose Jaw, offering a limited opportunity for transportation between the city and Regina
Organizers hope successful Scotties will inspire new generation of curlers

Organizers hope successful Scotties will inspire new generation of curlers

“It just went really, really well, and I'm just so thankful for the building and the volunteers in the city, and I couldn't have asked for a better place to host an event,” said Maddie Kelly, marketing co-ordinator from Curling Canada
Five for Friday: Classic NHL trade deadline deals

Five for Friday: Classic NHL trade deadline deals

A look at five NHL trade deadline deals from the past
Kinsmen Club celebrates national centennial with Founder’s Day flag raising

Kinsmen Club celebrates national centennial with Founder’s Day flag raising

Kinsmen Clubs across the country are celebrating the 100th anniversary of the founding of Kin Canada
Therapy dogs bring comfort to fans, curlers during Scotties

Therapy dogs bring comfort to fans, curlers during Scotties

'We’ve been looking forward to (the therapy dogs). I think it just makes everyone feel at ease (such as members of Team Quebec). Who doesn’t like to have that experience?' said events manager Marcy Hrechkosy.
Community’s neonatal services to improve due to donation from curling foundation

Community’s neonatal services to improve due to donation from curling foundation

'It’s kind of shocking just seeing that number on a cheque. You hear it, but just seeing it printed is a whole other level,” said Sara England, daughter of the late curling superstar Sandra Schmirler
Sandra Schmirler Telethon rings in 20 years back at home in Saskatchewan

Sandra Schmirler Telethon rings in 20 years back at home in Saskatchewan

The Sandra Schmirler Foundation clocked in another impressive telethon at the Scotties Tournament of Hearts this year, raising $450,500
Apply Now for a Moffat Family Fund grant

Apply Now for a Moffat Family Fund grant

Applications will be accepted from now until Feb. 28