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Western Canadian Baseball League announces potential schedule changes

Western Canadian Baseball League announces potential schedule changes

Concerns over COVID-19 see Miller Express season potentially in jeopardy, with early June deadline for cancellation of campaign
Further changes hit Moose Jaw and District Food Bank

Further changes hit Moose Jaw and District Food Bank

New pick-up rules, monetary donations only among COVID-19 precautions being taken
What you need to know about Zoom before using the video chat service

What you need to know about Zoom before using the video chat service

Zoom has become the popular video chat service for people working from home or chatting with friends, and here's the basics to know before starting your own chat
Saskatchewan COVID-19 cases increase by 18, with 12 more recoveries

Saskatchewan COVID-19 cases increase by 18, with 12 more recoveries

COVID-19 cases in Saskatchewan is now at a total of 249, while total recoveries is at 67
St. Aidan’s giving out bagged lunches to help fill gap for those in need

St. Aidan’s giving out bagged lunches to help fill gap for those in need

Volunteers from the parish at St. Aidan Anglican Church are handing out free bagged lunches on weekends, providing a meal to those in need on days where no other organization is doing so right now
Q & A

Q & A

Wanda Smiths' column from this week's issue of The Moose Jaw Express
Church bells ring out to offer hope during gloom of pandemic

Church bells ring out to offer hope during gloom of pandemic

Ringing the bells — even for a short time — offers hope and positivity and reminds people that no one is alone
Cheese please! Friends will plead for more cheese

Cheese please! Friends will plead for more cheese

This week's recipes include no yeast cheese buns, bacon cheeseburger soup, and broccoli cheese omelettes
The latest numbers on COVID-19 in Canada

The latest numbers on COVID-19 in Canada

The latest numbers of confirmed and presumptive COVID-19 cases in Canada as of 4:00 a.m. on April 5, 2020: There are 14,018 confirmed and presumptive cases in Canada.
Five headlines for Sunday morning

Five headlines for Sunday morning

A selection of headlines to read this morning