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Former Warriors forward Mohr proposes class-action lawsuit alleging NHL, CHL working to limit player opportunities

Former Warriors forward Mohr proposes class-action lawsuit alleging NHL, CHL working to limit player opportunities

NHL, WHL, Quebec Major Junior Hockey League, Ontario Hockey League, American Hockey League, ECHL and Hockey Canada listed as defendants; seeks $825 million
Students, teachers faced big learning curve in first week back

Students, teachers faced big learning curve in first week back

A look at how local schools have adapted to changes related to COVID-19
New comic book shop in Moose Jaw looking to bring back childhood memories

New comic book shop in Moose Jaw looking to bring back childhood memories

“I grew up with comics, Spider-Man was my favourite,” said Rob Hoskins, owner of Moose Jaw's newest comic book store
Strength and resilience

Strength and resilience

MLA Warren Michelson's column from this week's issue of The Moose Jaw Express
Judge concerned that probation order doesn’t include anger management treatment

Judge concerned that probation order doesn’t include anger management treatment

Keegan Murray Patterson, 32, pleaded guilty to several charges
Police data shows domestic abuse incidents rising just as predicted

Police data shows domestic abuse incidents rising just as predicted

'We are seeing what we had anticipated seeing in terms of increased levels of violence (and) increased disruptions within households that we’re responding to'
Changes to alarm bylaw could see penalties rise by 40 per cent

Changes to alarm bylaw could see penalties rise by 40 per cent

The city has had an alarm monitoring bylaw since January 2002
Consumer price index in August hits 0.1 per cent, Statistics Canada says

Consumer price index in August hits 0.1 per cent, Statistics Canada says

OTTAWA — Statistics Canada says the consumer price index in August was up 0.1 per cent compared with a year ago. The annual inflation rate was unchanged from the year-over-year increase of 0.1 per cent in July.
The latest numbers on COVID-19 in Canada for Sept. 16

The latest numbers on COVID-19 in Canada for Sept. 16

The latest numbers of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Canada as of 4 a.m. EDT on Sept. 16, 2020: There are 138,803 confirmed cases in Canada.
Five headlines for Wednesday morning

Five headlines for Wednesday morning

A selection of headlines to read this morning