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Tribute to fallen Snowbird appears in Moose Jaw following B.C. crash

Tribute to fallen Snowbird appears in Moose Jaw following B.C. crash

Flowers for both Capt. Jenn Casey and Capt. Richard MacDougall from the Snowbirds team have amassed at the base of the Tutor jet displayed in Moose Jaw, following the fatal crash in B.C. earlier this week
Investigation into fatal crash underway

Investigation into fatal crash underway

The cause of yesterday's crash involving the Snowbirds is not yet known
UPDATED: Snowbird crashes in Kamloops en route to Comox

UPDATED: Snowbird crashes in Kamloops en route to Comox

The latest information, courtesy of PrinceGeorgeMatters and Castanet
Five new COVID-19 cases, one in Regina region

Five new COVID-19 cases, one in Regina region

Four of the cases are in the La Loche area, while one is the Regina region
New walking bridge in Wakamow Valley open for the long weekend

New walking bridge in Wakamow Valley open for the long weekend

“I’m very excited for (the new bridge) because it joins the park so well”
Four new COVID-19 cases in La Loche, 14 more recovered

Four new COVID-19 cases in La Loche, 14 more recovered

There are only four new cases of COVID-19 in Saskatchewan today, all of which are located in La Loche
Gov’t releases new suicide prevention plan

Gov’t releases new suicide prevention plan

Pillars for Life: The Saskatchewan Suicide Prevention Plan is available online
19 more COVID-19 cases, 17 more recoveries

19 more COVID-19 cases, 17 more recoveries

All of the cases are located in the northern part of the province
City’s relationship with Carpere Canada lasted all of 19 months, documents show

City’s relationship with Carpere Canada lasted all of 19 months, documents show

The Moose Jaw Express submitted a freedom of information (FOI) request to city hall recently that asked for all material around Carpere Canada
Federal Liberals' decision to ban assault-style firearms an insult to Canadian democracy: Lukiwski

Federal Liberals' decision to ban assault-style firearms an insult to Canadian democracy: Lukiwski

'What this government has done, instead, is bring forward a ban that does nothing — absolutely nothing — to combat violent crime by the use of illegal and smuggled weapons,' said Conservative MP Tom Lukiwski