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Community support needed for inaugural ‘Every Child Matters’ powwow

Community support needed for inaugural ‘Every Child Matters’ powwow

Lori Deets, chair of the Wakamow Aboriginal Community Association (WACA) and a long-time local activist in Moose Jaw, believes the only path to healing as a community is to recognize that everyone is involved — we are all Treaty people.
Warriors post $106,719 loss for 2021-22 campaign, but confidence high that brighter days are ahead

Warriors post $106,719 loss for 2021-22 campaign, but confidence high that brighter days are ahead

Situation with pandemic combined with rising inflation among factor that led to loss, team has $806,292 in cash on hand
Legion event honours Queen, whose ‘steadfast devotion to others’ was an example for all

Legion event honours Queen, whose ‘steadfast devotion to others’ was an example for all

A ray of sunshine burst through the clouds and illuminated the memorial cross in Crescent Park, bringing some joy to a sombre event that celebrated the life of Queen Elizabeth II. Members of the Royal Canadian Legion Branch No.
Calls to police are up nearly 20% over last year, data shows

Calls to police are up nearly 20% over last year, data shows

The police service presented the August statistics during the Board of Police Commissioners’ September meeting.
Dance Images by BJ gears up for new season; registration still open

Dance Images by BJ gears up for new season; registration still open

Dance Images has a variety of dance programs for children and adults, from full-season programs to session programs, to the Kidventure Korner – Pre School program.
Reflective moments: The day Queen Elizabeth visited the city's Crescent Park

Reflective moments: The day Queen Elizabeth visited the city's Crescent Park

Columnist Joyce Walter reflects on the time Queen Elizabeth II visited Moose Jaw in 1978.
Bizworld: One measure to relieve inflation damage to Canadian wallets

Bizworld: One measure to relieve inflation damage to Canadian wallets

Columnist Ron Walters writes about how to reduce inflationary pressures on Canadians.
Five headlines for Tuesday morning

Five headlines for Tuesday morning

Here are five headlines for Tuesday, Sept. 20.
Good morning Moose Jaw!

Good morning Moose Jaw!

Tuesday will have a high of 15 C and a low of 0 C.
Moose Jaw Shriners announce winners of Black Bowtie Camaro, 50/50 raffle

Moose Jaw Shriners announce winners of Black Bowtie Camaro, 50/50 raffle

Rob Clark, CEO of the Moose Jaw & District Chamber of Commerce, is the winner of the 2022 Moose Jaw Shriners Club Black Bowtie Camaro, with $2,000 going to Dalton Dosh for second place, and $1,000 for Troy Williams in third.