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Gordon Edgar

Gordon Edgar

Gordon is a reporter for the Moose Jaw Express/MooseJawToday.com. He covers any and all Moose Jaw topics, from public events and new businesses to politics and social issues, from local artists and cultural exhibitions to breaking news and economic developments.

Before starting at the Express, Gordon worked as a research assistant, copywriter, and website builder for a management/executive development consulting firm. He has also worked as a fitness coach and personal trainer.

Gordon earned a Bachelor of Arts in English from Dalhousie University in his hometown of Halifax, NS, and took many unnecessary and fascinating classes in psychology and philosophy.

Email
gedgar@moosejawtoday.com

Recent Work by Gordon

Family holding fundraiser for newborn needing open heart surgery

Family holding fundraiser for newborn needing open heart surgery

Two Moose Jaw families have united in determination to help their newest family member — little Ansel, due March 20, will need open-heart surgery in Edmonton immediately after his birth.
Downtown Association holding inaugural ‘Snowtorious’ Family Day on Feb. 20

Downtown Association holding inaugural ‘Snowtorious’ Family Day on Feb. 20

The Downtown Moose Jaw Association (DMJA) will begin a tradition this year with the first Snowtorious Family Day on February 20 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. in Crescent Park, in front of the Moose Jaw Public Library.
Next Moose Jaw Women Who Care event to benefit Early Childhood Intervention Program

Next Moose Jaw Women Who Care event to benefit Early Childhood Intervention Program

Moose Jaw Women Who Care, a group that meets three times a year to benefit local community organizations, will hold their next meeting on Thursday, Feb. 9 via Zoom to learn about the South Central Early Childhood Intervention Program (ECIP).
Brenda & The Legends brings one-woman tribute show to Mae Wilson

Brenda & The Legends brings one-woman tribute show to Mae Wilson

Brenda Lee Cottrell is a Canadian singer/songwriter and lifelong musician originally from Melville who will bring her one-woman tribute show to the legendary ladies of the decades that includes iconic singers from multiple eras — '50s to present day
Remember Rebuild historical project seeks to document wider COVID-19 impact

Remember Rebuild historical project seeks to document wider COVID-19 impact

A prestigious group of Saskatchewan doctors, teachers, professors, researchers, and social workers have joined forces to document the wider impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic through a project called Remember Rebuild.
Moose Jaw Public Library trains staff on interactions with unhoused patrons

Moose Jaw Public Library trains staff on interactions with unhoused patrons

Beginning in November 2022, Moose Jaw Public Library staff took an online course specifically designed for librarians — in fact, the book the training is based on is called The Librarian’s Guide to Homelessness (2018).
Family separated by Syrian civil war reunites in Moose Jaw after over a decade

Family separated by Syrian civil war reunites in Moose Jaw after over a decade

The breakout of civil war in Syria during the 2011 Arab Spring uprisings forced Mazen Alomar and his family to flee their country, and over 12 years went by before the family was reunited in Moose Jaw last October.
Square One needs community support for March Walk for Warmth

Square One needs community support for March Walk for Warmth

Square One Community Inc. has announced their next fundraiser will be a Walk for Warmth, to take place in the downtown Moose Jaw core on the evening of March 9 — chairperson Della Ferguson said community support is crucial.
Tourism Moose Jaw welcomes ‘Cheese’ to office mouser position

Tourism Moose Jaw welcomes ‘Cheese’ to office mouser position

When Simba, former official Tourism Moose Jaw (TMJ) office cat, decided it was time to retire, the TMJ team turned to Moose Jaw’s Stray Cat Rescue And Protection Society (SCRAPS) to fill the important role of chief mouser.
Sidewalk Days 2023 set for July 6-8; vendor applications now open

Sidewalk Days 2023 set for July 6-8; vendor applications now open

Sidewalk Days is one of Moose Jaw’s largest events of the year, bringing hundreds of vendors to the downtown and drawing tens of thousands of patrons to eat, browse, buy, and be entertained. The three days of the 2023 Sidewalk Days festival will be July 6-8
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