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Vanier students share successes, challenges of running a business

Vanier students share successes, challenges of running a business

Vanier Collegiate has offered the Entrepreneurship 30 class since 2009, with about $30,000 donated to charities in Moose Jaw and Saskatchewan through the class’ projects
New provincial solid waste strategy announced to reduce waste production

New provincial solid waste strategy announced to reduce waste production

The Saskatchewan government has announced a list of new goals to improve the solid waste management situation in the province over the next 20 years
Warriors drop seventh straight with loss to Lethbridge

Warriors drop seventh straight with loss to Lethbridge

Hurricanes rack up 52 shots in taking 7-1 victory at Mosaic Place
Mortlach musician in the running for top international award

Mortlach musician in the running for top international award

Shawn Adams, 45, is a singer-songwriter who lives near Mortlach and has been nominated for a gold record of the month award with the International Singer Songwriters Association
City seeks public input on possible council salary increase at meeting

City seeks public input on possible council salary increase at meeting

The review panel discussing possible changes to the mayor and city council's salary formula were underwhelmed with the public meeting to hear citizen's opinions on Jan. 22
Legion hands out annual awards to deserving students

Legion hands out annual awards to deserving students

The annual Canada Remembers poster and literary contests handed out 34 awards to students from Moose Jaw and area this year
If you’re attending, please bring diapers

If you’re attending, please bring diapers

Joyce Walter writes about 'diaper showers'
Moose Jaw region unemployment lowest in Saskatchewan

Moose Jaw region unemployment lowest in Saskatchewan

The reduced unemployment came even with a five per cent increase in the labour force during 2018 to 53,600
Sask Canola meeting to highlight growing concerns

Sask Canola meeting to highlight growing concerns

The meeting will be held Feb. 6 at the Heritage Inn
Five headlines for Thursday morning

Five headlines for Thursday morning

A selection of headlines to read this morning