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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
City refuses to fix bridge that families need to access their homes

City refuses to fix bridge that families need to access their homes

The urgency to find a solution began last year when the provincial government notified the families access to their properties through Valley View Centre would cease on March 31, 2020
Minimum wage in Sask. to increase on Oct. 1

Minimum wage in Sask. to increase on Oct. 1

The new rate will be $11.45 per hour
Company could turn former XL Beef plant into slaughterhouse

Company could turn former XL Beef plant into slaughterhouse

“(The) announcement demonstrates our commitment to Moose Jaw and reinforces our confidence in Saskatchewan as a place to do business"
Food Bank raising money for future move to bigger location

Food Bank raising money for future move to bigger location

The Moose Jaw & District Food Bank is on a mission to raise $100,000 this summer to relocate to a larger building
Village in United Kingdom showing support for Snowbirds

Village in United Kingdom showing support for Snowbirds

Burn, population 400, is the birthplace of 431 Squadron during the Second World War