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Sask. Court Allows Removal of Gender Markers

A step in the right direction for improving the rights of transgender people and others in the LGBTQ community was taken in Saskatchewan on Thursday as the province's court allowed people to choose…

Local Sports

Rush Host Knighthawks for Game 1 of NLL Final

For the fourth straight year, the Saskatchewan Rush are playing for the National Lacrosse League championship. Game 1 of the 2018 NLL Final between the Rush and Rochester Knighthawks goes on Saturday…

Paddock Pushes Pats Past Bulldogs at Memorial Cup

REGINA -- The Regina Pats are one win away from mission accomplished. The host team eliminated the OHL champion Hamilton Bulldogs from the 100th Memorial Cup with a 4-2 win in front of a raucous…

Key Players Returning for Miller Express

We're just under a week away from the start of the Moose Jaw Miller Express season with the home opener next Thursday. This year's team will feature five returning players from last year's squad with…

Local High School Coaches Win Provincial Award

Near the end of Wednesday's South Central District Track-and-Field Championship at Gutheridge Field, Athletic Commissioner Leigh Pethick called everyone's attention to the track for a special…

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Ag News

Ag industry gathers in Manitoba to celebrate passage of Bill C-49

On Thursday, representatives from Canada's agriculture industry gathered at Richard Pioneer South Lakes elevator just north of Winnipeg to celebrate the passage of the Transportation Modernization…

Province gives training to spray companies to help with wildfires

Saskatchewan has another option for fighting wildfires this year. Currently, most of the province’s firefighting equipment is located in Prince Albert and getting the equipment in place quickly to…

President of APAS pleased Bill C-49 finally passes the Senate

Prairie farm groups and shippers are anxious to see Bill C49 finally put into action. The Transportation Modernization Bill has been passed by the Senate. APAS President Todd Lewis said that he is…

Bill C-49 receives royal assent, welcomed by farm groups

Canada's farming community is breathing a sigh of relief after the Senate voted to pass Bill C-49 (Transportation Modernization Act) on Tuesday. Canadian Federation of Agriculture President Ron… is Moose Jaw's only source for community news and information such as weather and classifieds.

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