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To be held virtually and hosted by Moose Jaw, the Saskatchewan Festival of Words will return for its 25th edition this summer.
A popular Moose Jaw farmers market will return for the summer at the end of the month, holding weekly outdoor markets.
Players Collectibles, a Moose Jaw store that sells vintage collectibles and furniture, will be changing owners after long-time proprietor David Harvey decided to retire.
A new exhibit at the Moose Jaw Museum and Art Gallery is calling attention to the role that female artists from Saskatchewan have played in Canadian art history.
After a short break due to the holidays and social distancing measures, the Moose Jaw Public Library has restarted its programs through online streaming.
Curling fans in Moose Jaw will pleased to hear that the national Wheelchair Curling Championships are now scheduled to take place in the city for two consecutive years.
The City of Moose Jaw has opened an online platform designed to help local businesses and consumers connect by combining dozens of local businesses into one online store.
Moose Jaw will play host to a holiday-themed trade show this month, which will be aimed at providing shoppers with a head start on their gifts and preparations.
Nominations for the municipal elections in Moose Jaw are now officially closed, and the full slate of candidates who will be looking to win votes this November has been released.
A new youth soccer program in Moose Jaw, with ties to one of the sports most famous clubs, held its first practice recently, with plans for competitive matches going forward.