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Moose Jaw council to vote on bylaw restricting overnight access to parks

Moose Jaw council to vote on bylaw restricting overnight access to parks

With a small group of people causing trouble for downtown businesses and residents, city council has taken the first step to address the problem by asking city administration to develop a bylaw. 
Five headlines for Thursday morning

Five headlines for Thursday morning

A selection of headlines to read this morning
Ukrainian bandura musician wows Moose Jaw in first performance

Ukrainian bandura musician wows Moose Jaw in first performance

Iryna Levchenko had to leave her bandura behind when she was displaced from Ukraine, but a private donor has made it possible for her to play the bandura once again.
Seventh annual Walk for Dog Guides event occurs Sunday in Wakamow Valley

Seventh annual Walk for Dog Guides event occurs Sunday in Wakamow Valley

All the money raised goes to the Lions Foundation of Canada, which trains guide dogs for Canadians.
Landfill has 3-4 years of life remaining, says City of Moose Jaw

Landfill has 3-4 years of life remaining, says City of Moose Jaw

City administration answered council's questions about the landfill, angled parking and Highway 1 during the May 27 regular meeting.
Moose Jaw library announces program options and events for June

Moose Jaw library announces program options and events for June

The Moose Jaw Public Library is announcing its program lineup across all age groups for the month of June
South Hill residents clean park in preparation for ‘South of the Bridge Day’ event

South Hill residents clean park in preparation for ‘South of the Bridge Day’ event

South of the Bridge Day occurs on Saturday, June 8 and is a free annual event held in Kinette Peter Pan Park to bring the community together with various activities for all ages.
Rec venue expenses, parking meter repairs catch council’s eye during talks about Q1 report

Rec venue expenses, parking meter repairs catch council’s eye during talks about Q1 report

City administration presented a report about city hall's first-quarter activities during the May 27 regular council meeting.
Lynbrook will revive the tombstone golf tournament for centennial anniversary

Lynbrook will revive the tombstone golf tournament for centennial anniversary

Golfers are invited to swing into history as the Lynbrook Golf Club celebrates 100 years in Moose Jaw with one of Saskatchewan’s oldest golf courses
Moose Jaw business OK'd despite failing to first seek approval

Moose Jaw business OK'd despite failing to first seek approval

During its May 27 regular meeting, city council unanimously approved a discretionary use application from E.A. Construction Group Ltd. for a contractor’s office and yards at 1744 Main Street North.
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