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Good Morning Moose Jaw!

Saturday will have a high of 23 C, with a low of 9
‘Help Someone’ Movement raises $83,000 for cross-Canada tour to help the homeless and vulnerable

‘Help Someone’ Movement raises $83,000 for cross-Canada tour to help the homeless and vulnerable

Year-long project by Moose Jaw’s Nicholas Hennink and Sheena Nault focusses on listening to stories of those on the streets -- and helping out whenever they can
Prairie South to keep pandemic restrictions in place until end of June

Prairie South to keep pandemic restrictions in place until end of June

'In spite of the complexities connected to COVID-19, we have had a good year in Prairie South. For the most part, this is due to the commitment to our staff and our partnerships with parents and families.'
Moose Jaw Ice pick up tie, loss in Under-14 doubleheader with Regina Lazers

Moose Jaw Ice pick up tie, loss in Under-14 doubleheader with Regina Lazers

Lazers score seven in final inning to earn 12-12 tie in game one, roll to 14-6 win in nightcap
Canucks rally late to take win over South East in SPBL 18U AAA action

Canucks rally late to take win over South East in SPBL 18U AAA action

Another night, another impressive win for scrappy Moose Jaw squad
Casino Moose Jaw to reopen June 20 after six months’ closure

Casino Moose Jaw to reopen June 20 after six months’ closure

'The safety of our guests and employees ... is paramount. We have robust health and safety procedures in place that support guidance from public health'
98 new COVID-19 cases, 1 death reported, 95 recoveries

98 new COVID-19 cases, 1 death reported, 95 recoveries

The new cases are located in the following zones: Regina (25), North Central (19), Saskatoon (12), North West (9), Central West (8), Central East (8), South Central (4), South East (4), North East (2), and Far North West (1)
Buffalo Pound Water Treatment Corp. finished 2020 with surplus of $1M

Buffalo Pound Water Treatment Corp. finished 2020 with surplus of $1M

Despite the disruptions of the pandemic, the Buffalo Pound Water Treatment Plant (BPWTP) met all regulatory requirements in 2020, while the corporation finished the year with a surplus of over $1 million.
Proposed change to council meetings moves speakers higher on agenda

Proposed change to council meetings moves speakers higher on agenda

'The biggest concern (with public forum) is there was no interaction with council and no opportunity for council to ask questions. We didn’t feel that worked very well.'
Upcoming workshop to offer in-depth look into sport supplements

Upcoming workshop to offer in-depth look into sport supplements

Event latest in ongoing series from Sask Districts for Culture, Recreation and Sport