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Suspicious smoke smell causes false alarm in Southside Apartments

Suspicious smoke smell causes false alarm in Southside Apartments

Today at around 2:30 p.m., the Moose Jaw Fire Department answered a distress call from the Southside Apartments about a suspicious smoke smell within the building at the corner of First Ave. SW and Lillooet St. W.
Councillors apologize for comments about developer’s work with condo project

Councillors apologize for comments about developer’s work with condo project

Officials with NewRock Development met with city administration in mid-November to clarify the company’s role and responsibility for its infrastructure work at The Estates at Creekstone condominiums, and later wrote a letter to council.
Council gives silent treatment to resident’s concerns about new school location

Council gives silent treatment to resident’s concerns about new school location

South Hill resident Jan Radwanski spoke to city council on Jan. 23 about his desire to see more public consultations around the school project.
Two long shot stocks offer great reward, or great losses

Two long shot stocks offer great reward, or great losses

Ron Walter discusses a couple of small companies trying to develop major mineral projects.
City poised for major growth in 2023, mayor says in New Year’s address

City poised for major growth in 2023, mayor says in New Year’s address

Mayor Clive Tolley gave his 2023 New Year’s Address during the Jan. 23 regular council meeting.
Delivery to mailbox brings muted excitement to home

Delivery to mailbox brings muted excitement to home

Joyce Walter reflects on the humble phonebook.
Moose Jaw Public Library trains staff on interactions with unhoused patrons

Moose Jaw Public Library trains staff on interactions with unhoused patrons

Beginning in November 2022, Moose Jaw Public Library staff took an online course specifically designed for librarians — in fact, the book the training is based on is called The Librarian’s Guide to Homelessness (2018).
Family separated by Syrian civil war reunites in Moose Jaw after over a decade

Family separated by Syrian civil war reunites in Moose Jaw after over a decade

The breakout of civil war in Syria during the 2011 Arab Spring uprisings forced Mazen Alomar and his family to flee their country, and over 12 years went by before the family was reunited in Moose Jaw last October.
Five headlines for Tuesday morning

Five headlines for Tuesday morning

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

Good Morning Moose Jaw!

Tuesday will have a high of -2 C with a low of -6 C.
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