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Lukiwski takes early lead, CBC projects Liberal government

Lukiwski takes early lead, CBC projects Liberal government

First poll reporting
Amateur historian to speak about effect of deadly Spanish Influenza

Amateur historian to speak about effect of deadly Spanish Influenza

Kenton de Jong helped erect a memorial stone in a Regina cemetery to commemorate 330 Reginans who died from the Spanish Influenza in 1918 and 1919
Museum’s new coffee club aims to combat loneliness, social isolation

Museum’s new coffee club aims to combat loneliness, social isolation

The club also aims to show visitors another side of artifacts to which the public rarely has access
Polling stations jumping with activity since early this morning

Polling stations jumping with activity since early this morning

Polling stations opened at 7:30 a.m. and will close at 7:30 p.m., so you have plenty of time to due your civic duty and vote.
AAA Warriors pick up pair of weekend road wins

AAA Warriors pick up pair of weekend road wins

Moose Jaw downs Prince Albert 2-1, Beardy’s 6-1
Vanier reaches boys volleyball Invitational semifinal

Vanier reaches boys volleyball Invitational semifinal

Central wins Tier II title in high school tournament
Pop-up repair day looking to keep things out of the trash

Pop-up repair day looking to keep things out of the trash

Moose Jaw's Repair Café is meant to close out Waste Reduction Week, to encourage people to get the most use out of their things as possible
Library lecture talks how to save money responsibly

Library lecture talks how to save money responsibly

A recent lecture at the Public Library laid out the key components to creating a saving strategy for the future
Community Living Open House draws a crowd

Community Living Open House draws a crowd

The Moose Jaw Association for Community Living had a crowd pop in during their afternoon open house event on Sunday
Forty-one per cent of teachers have thought of quitting due to burnout, NDP survey shows

Forty-one per cent of teachers have thought of quitting due to burnout, NDP survey shows

More than 1,400 people across Saskatchewan gave feedback on a survey that the NDP is using to showcase the health of the province's education system