Bicycles and leashed dogs may soon be allowed in Crescent Park if a Notice of Motion put forward by Councillor Chris Warren passes.Read More
The majority of hazardous materials calls by the Moose Jaw Fire Department is to pickup improperly disposed of intravenous needles.Read More
The rate of cast iron water main replacement is a concern for one councillor but Administration sees a brighter lining.Read More
The 2018 Audited Financial Statement drew plenty of discussion but answers to Council's questions will have to wait.Read More
Here is the list of the top 13 paid City of Moose Jaw employees for 2018.Read More
Council votes to approve all recommendations made by Privacy Commissioner of Saskatchewan after an FOI Request For Review by MJ Independent.Read More
If you think the City did not spend any money on the Moose Wars you would be wrong.
But if you believe the City is also paying to make Mac the Moose’s antler rack bigger you are also wrong.Read More
Part Three in our look into the credit card purchases of Mayor Fraser Tolmie.
In this part we highlight the Mayor’s spending in the quest to secure the largest land deal in the history of Moose Jaw.Read More
Part two of a series looking into Mayor Fraser Tolmie’s credit card purchases.Read More
An oversight is the reason sited how a surprise birthday cake bought for Mayor Fraser Tolmie ended up being paid for by the City of Moose Jaw.
Once MJ Independent pointed it out the money was repaid.
The first in a series of stories,Read More
The emergence of on-line news sites dominated the discussion of the new communications policy.Read More
A motion by Councillor Swanson to immediately issue an RFP to provide electrical services to the City has been tabled to Budget discussions in the Fall.Read More
The sale of the City’s bond holdings has netted $2.2 million in profit for taxpayers but not all Council members are happy about it.Read More
Executive Committee adopted a new naming rights, sponsorship and advertising policy at City owned recreation facilities, parks and playgrounds.Read More
The Moose Jaw Cultural Centre came looking to use its retained earnings for upgrades but got asked about why the City is footing the bill of a new marquee a councillor says should be the responsibility of Cultural Cente due to their retained earnings.Read More
Originally discussed as fee free the Wakamow Aboriginal Community Association was at Council to request a rental fee waiver as part of reconciliation and to ask some questions.
The group was not allowed to ask their questions but did receive a one year fee waiver.Read More
Moose Jaw’s oldest building will be receiving some cash to assist with facade improvements as the Downtown Facade Program is extended to include all historically designated buildings.Read More
Changes to the noise bylaw due to a neighbourhood dispute on High Street West will have to wait at least another council meeting to take effect.Read More
It will take one more vote to finalize the changes to the Smoking BylawRead More
Two senior citizens groups packed the Council chambers asking for financial help from the City and came out with a process to possibly receive a financial lifeline.Read More