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Thousands of semis roll east to Ottawa as part of freedom convoy

Thousands of semis roll east to Ottawa as part of freedom convoy

Freedom Convoy 2022 kicked off on Jan. 22 in Prince Rupert, British Columbia and has been slowly heading toward the nation’s capital for an event on Saturday, Jan. 29.
456 nights in the cold in December: MJ Pride update

456 nights in the cold in December: MJ Pride update

Moose Jaw Pride operates a neighbourhood warming space in its Rainbow Retro Thrift Shop building.
Caronport’s The Beacon given second fine of $14K for breaching public health orders

Caronport’s The Beacon given second fine of $14K for breaching public health orders

The provincial COVID-19 enforcement team issued several tickets to businesses and individuals between Jan. 10 and 17 for failing to abide by public health orders. 
Sexual Assault Centre counsellor dispels myths and offers hope to victims

Sexual Assault Centre counsellor dispels myths and offers hope to victims

*Trigger warning: although we strive for sensitivity and compassion in our coverage, this article deals with the topic of sexual violence and may contain triggers for some readers
1049 COVID-19 cases, 2 deaths, 1147 recoveries

1049 COVID-19 cases, 2 deaths, 1147 recoveries

25 of the 30 new cases in South Central are located in the South Central 2 sub-zone, which includes Moose Jaw and area.
Council’s SUMA motions focus on reconciliation, child sexual exploitation

Council’s SUMA motions focus on reconciliation, child sexual exploitation

The annual Saskatchewan Urban Municipalities Association’s (SUMA) convention is from April 3 to 6 in Regina.
Vacancy forces city to use external contractor to handle building code issues

Vacancy forces city to use external contractor to handle building code issues

City hall has contracted building official duties — as required — since 2009 to Municode, a company that supports local governments.
Please: all I want is a phone that makes phone calls

Please: all I want is a phone that makes phone calls

Joyce Walter reflects on the purchase of new technology
Proposed Valley View project could make ‘big splash’ in area, developer says

Proposed Valley View project could make ‘big splash’ in area, developer says

Developer Carpere Canada wants feedback from residents about the proposed site concept plan to redevelop the former Valley View Centre property.
Author’s book reveals hard times by grasslands homesteaders from 1914 to 1937

Author’s book reveals hard times by grasslands homesteaders from 1914 to 1937

Drought, dust blizzards, grasshoppers and low prices caused thousands to flee and abandon their homesteads.