Coronach is holding their own version of Sidewalk Days and they are looking for vendors.Read More
This week a look at economics and the Moose Jaw Exhibition CompanyRead More
Mayor Fraser Tolmie's credit card statements released in response to a Freedom of Information request.Read More
Statistics Canada recently released their weighted indexes for crimes in Moose Jaw and if you think crime is increasing in the Notorious city you would be correct.Read More
Will the proposed SaskPower get a thumbs up and proceed or will it be buried by the federal Carbon Tax?Read More
Could something as small as pocket change truly hurt the Downtown?
If you think not the evidence points to a different conclusion. This week's Rhino's Ramblings.Read More
With Ukraine voting for a new Rada and major change on Sunday how does it affect politics in Saskatchewan?Read More
The election in Ukraine is later this week but is it really catching the attention of an electorate seemingly tired of elections and politics?Read More
What in the end happened at the Moose Jaw Cultural Centre?Read More
Further moves to finalizing the land deal with Carpere is lauded by the Chamber of CommerceRead More
We announce the start of a series of stories on Mayor Fraser Tolmie’s credit card statements and restaurant bills.Read More
It took months but the review report regarding FOI requests into the operations and financials of the Moose Jaw Cultural Centre has been released.
It makes recommendations to release the financials and other records withheld by the City of Moose Jaw.
It also gives recommendations for Councillors to not use personal emails.Read More
This past Monday a $2.2 milllion windfall was announced at Councl but its appearance was not met with jubilation but a lot of questions which require an answer.Read More
The hot, windy and dry conditions are taking the toll on the optimism and spending habits in rural Saskatchewan as the drought persists. The question is though how will the politicians respond????Read More
The windup of the YMCA of Moose Jaw on Tuesday evening has left many wondering why and can the Y be resurrected. Here is an opinion and commentary on it.Read More
It seemed to come out of nowhere a 1971 Toyota Corolla all covered in pennies. A car which would have its place in the history of Moose Jaw and its politics.Read More
A continuation of last week’s Ramblings about the effect the Green Party and Erin Weir could likely have on the NDP’s fortunes in Saskatchewan.Read More
Could the Green Party win in a British Columbia have a major impact for the NDP in Saskatchewan? This week’s Rhino’s Ramblings says it could because of the Weir factor.Read More
It is a blockbuster land deal involving the sale of industrial land to a private firm and the Chamber of Commerce writes they are fully supportive of the deal.Read More