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Regional library gets federal money to run digital literacy program

Regional library gets federal money to run digital literacy program

The federal government recently provided $29.5 million to 27 non-profit agencies across the country to ensure no Canadian is left behind in the digital economy
New book about International Bible College

New book about International Bible College

The new book is called Reflections: The History of International Bible College and it is available now
Stock Growers ask province to continue vet college numbers

Stock Growers ask province to continue vet college numbers

The Saskatchewan Stock Growers Association wants the province to fully fund 20 student seats
Five headlines for Wednesday morning

Five headlines for Wednesday morning

A selection of headlines to read this morning
Good Morning Moose Jaw!

Good Morning Moose Jaw!

Wednesday will have a high of 20 C, with a low of 9
New outdoor events policy provides clarity around renting parks for large-scale activities

New outdoor events policy provides clarity around renting parks for large-scale activities

Guidelines around giving out capital grant funding under the community projects policy have also been approved
City hall to continue collecting data about number of provincial employees in Moose Jaw

City hall to continue collecting data about number of provincial employees in Moose Jaw

Information on number of provincial employees working in Moose Jaw not tracked during the last two fiscal years
Wood Mountain Stampede still going strong after 130 years

Wood Mountain Stampede still going strong after 130 years

Three-day event features little kids' rodeo events, the top 10 ropers, team roping, and even trick riders during intermissions
Reluctant car hobbyists encouraged to attend this year’s Show and Shine

Reluctant car hobbyists encouraged to attend this year’s Show and Shine

This year event organizers will make a donation to a sick little boy in Moose Jaw
NDP criticizing changes to provincial income assistance programming

NDP criticizing changes to provincial income assistance programming

The new income assistance program is set to launch in less than weeks, amidst concerns from the opposition regarding its effectiveness
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