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Crestview Housing Co-operative hosts  mortgage burning ceremony

Crestview Housing Co-operative hosts mortgage burning ceremony

Crestview Housing Co-operative has paid their mortgage in full
New Saskatchewanderer wants to showcase diversity

New Saskatchewanderer wants to showcase diversity

Zane Buchanan is coming home to be the 2019 Saskatchewanderer and he wants to show the world the diversity and beauty of his home province
Council approves capital project tenders

Council approves capital project tenders

Five tender requests were approved, along with a multi-year tender motion
Council approves three-year tax exemption for new business

Council approves three-year tax exemption for new business

The City of Moose Jaw will soon be home to a fine scotch whiskey distillery
Friend Friend want to write you a song

Friend Friend want to write you a song

Moose Jaw band Friend Friend are writing short songs in honour of anyone who enters their colouring contest before the release of "Not Particularly Dignified or Newsworthy" on Feb. 23
Four local food non-profits will receive part of Mosaic's $2.5M commitment

Four local food non-profits will receive part of Mosaic's $2.5M commitment

The Mosaic Company pledged $2.5 million to 12 Saskatchewan non-profit food agencies -- including four from Moose Jaw -- over the next three years.
Indigenous community weighs in on Premier Moe's Sixties Scoop apology

Indigenous community weighs in on Premier Moe's Sixties Scoop apology

Local Indigenous leaders want action on heels of Premier Moe's Sixties Scoop apology
PIGS to spotlight Dark Side of the Moon at local show

PIGS to spotlight Dark Side of the Moon at local show

PIGS, a Pink Floyd tribute band, will play the classic album Dark Side of the Moon in its entirety as part of a local show as they replicate famed British band's lavish stage show
GAX growing every year as gamers dream big

GAX growing every year as gamers dream big

The Moose Jaw Gamer's Association's biannual gaming expo (GAX) gets bigger every year, but organizers have big dreams for the charity event
Local students earn international Duke of Edinburgh award

Local students earn international Duke of Edinburgh award

Four Vanier students, including one graduate, completed four components to earn the Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award