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Habitat for Humanity Moose Jaw has two major annual fundraisers: one for cleaning up and one for getting dirty. Following their annual spring gala fundraiser in June, Habitat for Humanity Moose Jaw will host their third annual 5 km Colour Run, Walk or Skip on Saturday, Sept. 15. The Colour Run affords local people and businesses the opportunity to support Habitat for Humanity beyond volunteering at a build site or attending the gala. “It’s a family-friendly event. You can run it; you can walk it. It’s a minimal charge. The early bird rate is $30, plus the processing fee for the online registration portion,” said Heidi Tiller, a volunteer with the fund development committee for Habitat for Humanity Moose Jaw. It’s a great way to support Habitat, and in the last two years we’ve raised just over $24,000. It’s been an amazing success, from the runners who have participated in this, as well as all of the sponsors.” The Colour Run sees runners arrive in

clean white shirts and then run through four colour stations; then take part in a colour party at the finish line as all of the racers are covered in a rainbow of colours. The event has been well-attended in the previous two years. Tiller is hoping for an even greater turnout this year. “We had just over 300 last year and we’re really hoping for upwards of 500 if that would be possible,” she said. Early bird registration is $30 up until and including Aug. 31. The fee increases to $45 in September. Children aged 5-10 are $15. Following a 15-minute opening ceremony, the race will begin at 10 a.m. at the Kiwanis Pavillion and skating oval (301 River Park Drive) in Wakamow Park. Interested runners can register online for the first time at www.eventbrite.ca (search for ‘HFH Moose Jaw 5km colour run’). Paper registration is also available at Investment Planning Council (1021 9th Ave. NW), W.J. Jones & Son (106 Athabasca St. E.) and at the Moose Jaw Chamber of Commerce.

“Registration has been going pretty well,” Tiller said. “Usually it’s slow up until almost the last two weeks of August, so we have a good amount of people registered and we have a couple of sponsorships already as well.” Habitat for Humanity Moose Jaw builds simple, decent and affordable houses and provide interest-free mortgages to low-income, working families who would not otherwise be able to purchase their own home. “We noticed at our gala this year that the number of sponsorships were down a little bit,” said Bill Harris, Chairman for Habitat for Humanity Moose Jaw. “It’s synonymous with the fact that the economy is a little lighter around these parts now, but more homes are for sale and business is maybe starting to come back.” “We’re pretty confident that we’re going to attract another good crowd and we hope to build on the number of people we drew last year.”


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Our government’s ability to provide support to the most vulnerable individuals and families in our communities is one of the reasons our government is committed to pursuing economic growth. The Government of Saskatchewan envisions a more welcoming, inclusive, and accessible provinces for people with disabilities. The 10-year Saskatchewan Disability Strategy aims to address and identify the support and service needs of children and adults living with disability whether physical, sensory, psychiatric, cognitive or intellectual. This year, the Ministry of Social Services’ budget increased 4.8 per cent with increased funding for community-based organizations (CBOs). This includes targeted funding to those providing direct daily care to adults with intellectual disabilities and/ or mental health challenges, including: • Community-based organizations delivering day programs and residential services to adults with intellectual disabilities; and • Approved Private Service Homes providing care

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to adults with intellectual disabilities and/or mental health challenges. Our Saskatchewan Government also recognizes the need for financial assistance for students with permanent disabilities. The Canada-Saskatchewan Integrated Student Loan program has specific features to help students with permanent disabilities pay for post-secondary education. Students with a permanent disability: • May be eligible to receive the Canada Student Grant for Students with Permanent Disabilities, which provides up to $2,000 per school year to assist with educational or living costs; • May take a reduced course load and be eligible for loans and grants for a longer academic period; • May be eligible to receive the Canada-Saskatchewan Student Grant for Services & Equipment, which provides up to $10,000 per program year to purchase education-related services and assistive equipment, such as: tutors, interpreters, computer software and specialized transportation; and • Do not have to make the fixed student contribution. Our province wants all students to have the opportunity to access post-secondary education. We also remain dedicated to improving services for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and their parents, caregivers and families. The recently introduced Individualized Funding provides more choice and flexibility for families, and improves access to supports.


Parents of children with ASD (Autism Spectrum Disorder) under the age of six may receive up to $4,000 per child for therapeutic interventions and family supports that best suit their child’s individual needs. It is estimated that approximately 700 children will be eligible for funding this year. ASD Individualized Funding is a joint Ministry of Health and Ministry of Social Services program. The Ministry of Social Services is administering the program and accepting applications. Families who have applied and met the program criteria began receiving funding this month. The Ministry of Health is building a registry to assist parents in locating service providers. The registry posted at www.saskatchewan.ca/autism includes: Behavioural consultants (who may provide applied behaviour analysis); • Physical therapists; • Occupational therapists; • Psychologists; • Social workers; and • Speech pathologists. Private service providers are encouraged to sign up for the registry, and can contact autismregistry@ health.gov.sk.ca for more information. Funding can also be used for respite services, therapeutic equipment, training/coaching for parents/caregivers and more. For more information, consult the eligible services list available at www.saskatchewan.ca/autism.


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Local artist shows her evolution in exhibition at Government House in Regina Matthew Gourlie - Moose Jaw Express

Over her career, Charlene Douglas has evolved as an artist. That evolution is currently on display at the local artists exhibit at Government House in Regina. Douglas’ show is entitled ‘This is My Journey’ and chronicles two decades of her painting career. “Some of the paintings are from my earlier years of beginning painting,� Douglas said. “You can kind of see the progression of where I’ve ended up. My kids are full-grown now but one of the [paintings] is of my son at my sister’s farm when he was about three years old and he was gathering eggs. That was one of my earlier paintings.� How has Douglas’ art changed over the years? “I’ve gotten better,� Douglas said with a laugh. While that is undoubtedly true with any artist, watching Douglas’ style and interests evolve is part of the fun of the exhibition. Her oil paintings are rich with vibrant colours and primarily feature either Saskatchewan prairie scenes or detailed paintings of flowers. “I started with landscapes, which is mostly where people do start,� Douglas said. “My passion is flowers.� She takes a picture of the flower and once she gets a photo she is happy with, she works off of it at her studio in Moose Jaw. “I just started painting some flowers from my backyard and it’s just like I held the brush and they painted themselves,� Douglas said. “After that, I just started getting into a mode of just dedicated to flowers. I thought ‘this isn’t wise, I should probably paint some prairie scenes, too.’ We have such beautiful sunsets. I thought I should broaden my base a bit. And I am from Saskatchewan, after all.� She says she sees “everything in technicolor� and the array of colours and natural beauty that is found in the botanical world fits her passions as an artist perfectly. “They’re very colourful and my painting style is using

pretty intense colour,� Douglas said. “It’s just my passion.� She has moved beyond painting the flowers in her backyard to seeking out exotic flowers while on vacation, to photograph and paint. “We’ve made a few trips during the winter and I’ve definitely painted some more exotic flowers like a banana flower, which is really hard to find, but I was able to catch a beautiful picture of it,� she said. “I painted a bird of paradise; a Japanese iris is another one that comes to mind.� Though her exhibition illustrates her journey as an artist, that journey is far from over. She paints twice a week and continues to be prolific. Her own harshest critic, she is also learning and improving. “My saying is ‘don’t ever hang your painting over the TV’ because all you will do is critique it,� Douglas said. “I’m probably my worst critic. I am always critiquing it. I always see something wrong or something I should add or something I should change.� Douglas has had exhibitions at the Moose Jaw Art Gal-



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lery, the Moose Jaw Cultural Centre, the Art Gallery of Regina and the University of Regina. She has approximately 25 pieces on display at Government House and most of the works are for sale. Most of the works are sizable as well, either 24x36 inches or 36x48 inches. She has two sisters -- Mary-Ann DubĂŠ and Yvonne Schalk -- who also paint. It’s a special time for the three of them. “Each of us have a show going in Regina right now,â€? Douglas said. She also teaches oil painting. Douglas has done group lessons and private lessons and has also taught children at Lindale School. Douglas’ exhibition will run until Sept. 23. There will be a Meet the Artist day on Sept. 23 from 2-4 p.m. at Government House (4607 Dewdney Ave.) where Douglas will be on hand to discuss the works or sell them directly to interested buyers.

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REFLECTIVE MOMENTS World wide web isn’t always a reliable source

It took me several years to acknowledge that this thing called the “internet” was a marvel of technology and innovation and that it would survive the test of longevity. For the longest time when someone mentioned the world wide Joyce Walter web, I had no idea of For Moose Jaw Express what the ramifications would be for life in the future. I was completely happy with not knowing how it worked or why something like that would soon be in nearly every home of friends and family. I was therefore astonished when my elderly Mother wondered how it worked and if it were something she might be interested in learning. I assured her it wouldn’t be worth her while, that she had a television, a radio, a typewriter and lots of knitting books to keep her occupied. And if she needed some specific information, I could always print her a copy from our dial-up internet connection — as long as

she wasn’t in a rush. Perhaps I held her back because of what she might see on this www — I had heard horror stories of incorrect addresses being typed in and unsavoury photos and information showing up for our viewing displeasure. It had happened in our house and I certainly didn’t want my Mom’s sensitive nature to be forever tainted. She passed away before she could insist on having her own computer or iPhone or iPad to connect her to the world outside Moose Jaw. In the years since then, the world wide web seems to be considered the ultimate source of whatever information one wishes to discover. But www is only as successful and reliable as the individuals responsible for ensuring the information is provided. Some groups and organizations have excellent sites that are easily navigated. Others try hard but still fall short of the expectations of viewers who have been directed to those locations for further details. For instance, under an events section, why would only one item be listed when there are more events coming up in the future? Advance planning with lots of notice is how many families make decisions on whether to attend an event. During the summer, there were several activities

taking place nearby and further afield that caught our interest when we heard snippets of information. As a glutton for details, details, details, we searched www to find out all there was to know. Just two days before a musical festival began, the schedule was “coming soon” for the event. What do you mean “coming soon?” That was the same message on opening day until finally, on the second day, the schedule was available. Shame on whoever forgot to update the website. We did not attend. For another event, we ignored the lack of program times and went there anyway. We wasted a day and a fair bit of money to see and hear not much of anything. We will know better next year to avoid this event and go instead a few kilometres away to another musical event that had posted a schedule of performances well in advance of the opening day. We just have to remember the approximate dates and to check the website in spring to prepare for summer. What I really enjoy on all websites is the inclusion of something old fashioned: a phone number that one could call to find out details unavailable on this newfangled information network. Joyce Walter can be reached at ronjoy@sasktel.net

Park Upgrades in Saskatchewan’s South West to improve visitor experiences Park Upgrades in Saskatchewan’s South West will be improving the infrastructure scheduled for completion prior to the 2019 camping season. Parks, Culture and Sport Minister Gene Makowsky said that the improvements will contribute to a better experience for visitors. These upgrades include • Boat launch improvements at Buffalo Pound Provincial Park; • Campground electrical expansion at Shady Pine

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campground in Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park; • Completion of campground electrical service improvements in Douglas Provincial Park and Danielson Provincial Park; • Completion of interpretive displays in the new visitor reception centre in Douglas Provincial Park; • New digital messaging sign at Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park; and • Sewage lagoon upgrades at Douglas Provincial Park. CITY OF MOOSE JAW NOTICE OF DISCRETIONARY USE The City of Moose Jaw, pursuant to Zoning Bylaw No. 5346 is considering a discretionary use application as described below: Property: Civic Address: 514 Lillooet Street West; Legal Description: Lot 12, Block 180, Plan OLD96; map is available on the City website www.moosejaw.ca Application: The applicant is proposing to construct a “Duplex Dwelling” on an empty infill lot. The property is proposed to be subdivided to allow separate ownership of each unit. Duplex dwellings are a discretionary use within the C2 – High Density Commercial District. The application, and any representations, will be considered by the Municipal Planning Commission on Tuesday, August 28th, 2018 at 4:00 p.m. in the Scoop Lewry Room, City Hall, 228 Main Street North. The application, and any representations, will also be considered by City Council on Monday, September 10th, 2018 at 5:30 p.m. in the Council Chambers, City Hall, 228 Main Street North.

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The $1.5 million is in addition to more than $12 million invested in South West parks over the past five years for improvements including: • New service centres; • Additional full service campsites; • Major road upgrades; • New visitor reception centre; and • Electrical campground expansions and upgrades. A total investment of more than $11 million for planned improvements throughout the provincial park system in 2018-19 will increase total investment in parks to nearly $110 million since 2008. Saskatchewan’s provincial parks continue to be an important destination, attracting visitors and bringing economic benefits to the entire province.

Questions may be directed to Planning and Development Services by phoning 306-694-4443. Written submissions to be considered by City Council must be received by the Office of the City Clerk, 228 Main Street North, Moose Jaw, SK S6H 3J8, by 10:00 AM on Monday, September 10th, 2018 in person or by email at cclerk@moosejaw.ca DATED at Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan this 8th day of August, 2018. Myron Gulka-Tiechko - City Clerk

PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENT The Ultrasound Centre – Moose Jaw, wishes to announce the transition of our diagnostic ultrasound services to Prairie Imaging. Our current location 1021 9th Ave NW, Moose Jaw SK will be closed effective August 30th, 2018. Services will resume on the 4th of September through Prairie Imaging at the following temporary location: 220 Fairford Street East (inside the YMCA Moose Jaw Physical Rehabilitation office space) The permanent facility will be located at the new Hillcrest Health Centre - at the intersection of Thatcher Drive and Main Street, Moose Jaw (opening late fall 2018) Ultrasound booking requests can be made by phoning: 1-306-692-0000 Requisitions may be faxed to 1-306-559-5566 It has been our pleasure to serve the clients and physicians of this wonderful community. We are grateful for the support you have shown us, and wish you and your patients an abundance of health and happiness. We trust Prairie Imaging will continue to provide excellence in client care and quality diagnostic imaging for Moose Jaw and the surrounding area.

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WDM in shock after bell was stolen from Vulcan Locomotive; appeals to public for information The Western Development Museum (WDM) is expressing shock and dismay after the brass bell from its Vulcan Steam Locomotive was stolen recently. The Museum says the Vulcan’s secure compound was accessed and the brackets were removed, and the bell was stolen from atop the engine. Karla Rasmussen, Education/Public Programs Coordinator says the bell is about 12” tall, solid brass and has a red clapper. She is appealing to anyone with information to contact the Moose Jaw Police. Up to press time, Rasmussen said the bell has still not been recovered. “The bell has still not been found. We looked around the compound a bit more. Initially, we thought that whoever broke in might have scaled the fence surrounding the compound but upon looking around further, we notice that some of the blocks that had been a barrier around the base of the gate seems to have been moved around so we think that someone may have gained access by going underneath the fence,” Rasmussen stated.

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Jenny Migneault knows the reality of caring for a veteran suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). That led to her becoming an advocate, but it also hasn’t stopped her from seeking out other veterans and their families to learn and listen. Migneault concluded a four-week tour of Saskatchewan, Manitoba and Northern Ontario in Moose Jaw on August 2. She met with four area families as part of her tour. “I definitely learned a lot,” Migneault said. “I wanted to meet organizations, families and politicians, which I did, in order to understand their perspective to see where they are in their own challenges in terms of the provincial reality — which is very different from one place to another.” On her travels, Migneault has been discussing the Caregiver Recognition Benefit of $1,000 per month that went into effect on April 1. “I advocate, but I still feel like the population is unaware of the challenges of those living with PTSD. They live among us and this is exactly what this tour is showing me: veterans and military who are suffering are everywhere — in Stonewall, Man., in Moose Jaw, in Belle Plaine,” Migneault said. “We are just not aware of their challenges and not aware of how, as a population, we can also make a difference in order to save a life and a family.” Migneault’s ex-husband Claude Rainville retired after 20 years in the Canadian Armed Forces in 1998. His experiences left him paranoid and sleeping with a gun under his pillow. He struggled, having had 5 jobs in three years. Migneault found she was unable to hold down a job and provide the care Rainville required. Four years ago, Conservative veterans affairs minister Julian Fantino brushed past her as she tried to speak to him. With the television cameras rolling, she yelled after him: “I’m just a vet’s spouse. You’re forgetting us once more. We’re nothing to you.” In the aftermath, Fantino was removed from his ministerial post and wasn’t re-elected. Migneault became even more involved — she now serves on the Veterans Affairs Family Advisory Committee — and looks to educate and advocate. The Conservative government created the Caregiver Relief Benefit in March of 2015. The Liberal government’s new Caregiver Recognition Benefit replaced the old legislation. Migneault feels both benefits fall short of meeting the need. “I always said it was the most ridiculous measure you could ever imagine,” she said of the Conservative’s relief benefit. “It was $7,238, a grant, given to the veteran for him to pay for the services he needs while his caregiver takes a little break. Do you really think that a veteran with PTSD will accept a stranger in his house to comfort him in the middle of the night when he has… no. You’d be better-off getting him a service dog instead. No strangers will be allowed in that house. It was a political answer.” She feels both measures are political responses to public pressure — legislation that looks good on paper but does little to address the real needs of the people living and dealing with people suffering from PTSD.

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Jenny Migneault is an advocate for veterans and members of the Canadian Armed Forces who are suffering from PTSD. She said that the criteria for new Caregiver Recognition Benefit make it absolutely inaccessible for someone living with PTSD. “We’re supposed to recognize the caregiver. Those that take care of the physically wounded need to be recognized and I’m not questioning that,” Migneault said. “So, we recognize the caregiver of the physically wounded, not the psychologically wounded. We are not recognizing that it is as invalidating as someone who is wounded physically.”

“We are just not aware of their challenges and not aware of how, as a population, we can also make a difference in order to save a life and a family.” -Jenny Migneault

As Migneault says, Rainville doesn’t need someone to physically put a spoon in his mouth to feed him, but he does need someone in his life to make sure he is taking care of himself and eating period. Migneault does feel that progress has been made. “In terms of caregivers, it’s not perfect, but yes, there were some improvements. There were a few tools online to help the caregivers,” she said. “The $1,000 given monthly — if you can access it — that’s a big step. On the other hand, you have to make those resources accessible.” A fundamental change in how policy-makers and bu-


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reaucrats see wounded veterans and their caregivers is at the heart of what Migneault would like to see changed long-term. “When we talk about final objectives there are two kinds — there’s the long run and then there’s the immediate next step. My personal plan is to bring the attention to that measure. I think I was heard — politically speaking. For me the measure needs to be adapted,” she said. “In the long term, the system should be recognizing (caregivers) fully.” She gives an example about how there is an essential misunderstanding of the role of caregivers of veterans. If a friend or neighbour accompanies her husband to the psychologist, they receive $110 for their time. If you are the spouse or child of the veteran, there is no access to those funds. The result is, those closest to the veteran are penalized. As Migneault says, no one is better placed to offer that support than a spouse. “You’re the one that person needs — In order to deal with the red light, in order to deal with the stress, ‘What am I going to talk about?’ This is the power of my love, I can convince you of a lot of things if you believe that I love you because you trust me,” she said. “You trust me, so ‘say it to your psychologist’, ‘Take your next pill’… In the end, they can see a psychologist once a week for an hour. We are the ones who are there the rest of the time. We have to be part of it, not only to lower the collateral damage, but also to be the best ally that we can be, to help someone believe in themselves. This is our role. “You don’t need me to believe in you, but you need me to make you feel like you can do it.” The Department of National Defence and Veterans Affairs Canada partnered to deliver the Operational Stress Injury Social Support (OSISS) a peer-support network for Forces members, veterans and their families. On paper they would seem to offer an ideal resource, but Migneault finds that isn’t always the case. “Saskatchewan is forgotten Canada-wide,” Migneault said. “OSSIS cuts its funding for Saskatchewan — they basically abandoned Saskatchewan.” Saskatchewan’s response made a strong impression on her. The Canadian Mental Health Association and the Royal Canadian Legion created OSI-CAN for people with occupational stress injuries. “What Saskatchewan confirmed for me is that they are able to take care of their own (stuff),” Migneault said. “The Legion and Mental Health created OSI-CAN and they are doing a wonderful job. They don’t need Vets Canada. They already have all of the resources and the connections are made. They can be very efficient in helping a veteran.” “They already have seven support groups. The good thing is that they opened their door not only to veterans, but also to first responders and the police officers and RCMP, and it’s quite active. And they’re truly responding to a need. The organization is not even two years old, and it’s Saskatchewan-made. It’s a result of the abandonment of the system, if you ask me. Saskatchewan is teaching the rest of the country how to do things. They stopped waiting for the official resources and they made their own. It’s adaptive to the needs because they can be flexible. That’s important.”

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Price will be paid for promoting human rights or for not promoting human rights The icy treatment of Canada by the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has caused some eyebrows to furrow with concern. Concerns come from the potential long term exclusion of Canada from exports to that desert kingdom. When Canada publicly demanded immediate release of an arby Ron Walter rested human rights activist from a Saudi prison, the Saudi prince announced no more business would be done with Canada, although the oil Canada buys will continue to come here. The Saudis threatened to do a fire sale of extensive investments in Canada. Trade between both countries is relatively small, but Canada has a controversial multi-year contract to sell military tanks to the Saudis. The Saudi prince has a mercurial temper, having previously cut off Sweden and Germany for so-called interfer-

ence in Saudi affairs. Remember this is the prince who thought in 2014 he would stop the United States from again becoming an oil producing power. He cut oil prices and watched as American oil producers cut costs and kept on drilling. His kingdom has lost hundreds of billions in oil revenues since 2014 over the oil price wars, showing a lack of business sense. The Saudi kingdom is known for human rights transgressions from women’s role to attacks on those with differing religious beliefs to barbaric beheadings. The Canadian foreign affairs stand may seem unusual just as the harsh reaction seemed unusual. The whole concept of human rights is a bit alien to some older Canadians. They have lived most of their lives in a time when human rights, although protected by law, were not enforced. Lip service was the practice of human rights for these folks. Many in this generation see no reason why Canada should interfere with another country’s practices, thinking it is

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Just 13 days into August the province’s farmers moved EXPRESS from three per cent of the crop in the bin to five per cent done as fields rapidly became ready to reap. The harvest is ahead of the five-year average of three per cent complete. Major crops have plenty left to harvest with six per cent of canola swathed or ready for straight cutting; one per cent of spring wheat and three per cent of durum and barley done. One-fifth of lentils and peas are in with one-quarter of durum wheat in the bin. Ten per cent of harvest is done in the southwest with eight per cent in the southeast. Topsoil moisture continues to deteriorate from little, if any, rain, high winds and heat.


none of our business. To many younger Canadians human rights are vital and must be protected even if attempts at protection cost the country export trade. While some Canadians criticize the foreign affairs stand others feel it is the way to go. Either we believe in human rights or we don’t; we should practice what we preach. Preaching human rights and promoting democracy remind some people of President George Bush’s plan to push democracy on Iraq that did not work well. Dictators dislike interruption of their human rights violations. Irrational dictators like the Saudi prince exact a toll as in Canada’s example. One country alone like Canada cannot do much more than sting like a bee. Notably, none of Canada’s allies has publicly supported this country. No one else wants to pay the price for supporting Canada — what a parallel to the 1930s when Hitler took on the world.

The new building industry in Moose Jaw continues to be slow with value of permits at 40 per cent of last year’s levels. The decline is in line with a construction decline in the province. Saskatchewan building is down 51 per cent compared with a 5.6 per cent decline across Canada. City hall issued $10.2 million worth of permits to the end of July compared with $25.2 million last year. A sharp decline in new houses accounts for about half the loss in building. The city had 14 new single-family dwellings start this year worth $4.6 million compared with 30 houses worth $11.5 million last year. In July, three new dwellings worth $1.2

million were started compared with six worth $2.3 million last July. Total building last month of $1.8 million compared with $6.4 million last July. Largest permit in July was $326,000 for a retail outlet at 30 Thatcher Drive East. Meanwhile real estate sales in the Moose Jaw region are soft with 55 MLS sales during July compared with 64 in July of 2017. But the average home price year to date of $233,191 is up 5.8 per cent over last year. New listings in Moose Jaw are up 11 per cent with 345 residential properties on the market.


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Some comments on investing with overhanging global trade war threats The world of investing has become terribly uncertain in the last 12 months with threats of global trade wars stoked by almost daily comments from American President Donald Trump. In the last few days, Trump has bragged trade wars are great and easy to win. Those comments indicate his trade war gibberish is not just a crazy start to a bargaining position. Stock markets are easily scared by the possibility of an uncertain future. Corporate investors fear uncertainty, holding off on major investment decisions when times are uncertain. So what is a stock market investor supposed to do when big league uncertainty, caused by a bush league leader, rears its head? Does the investor plunge into one sector of the market with all their money? Or pull out entirely? Pulling out entirely for the pitifully tiny rate of interest paid on safe savings is not really an option. Inflation and taxes will soon eat away at the purchasing power of the cash. Investing in the financial sector is fraught with uncertainty. That sector earns profits from making loans and or managing money. In a trade war world one can expect loans and bank profits to shrink. Wealth managers will find volatile markets hurt them. Investing in resource stocks — mines and forestry — is clouded by trade war uncertainty. Ditto for energy stocks currently living in a world where years of price decline seem to be over. Most manufacturing in this country depends heavily on export trade for prosperity. Trade wars kill their outlook. Investing in retail stocks is already risky from the online cloud spread by Amazon. Canada has few technology stocks and they too will decline with trade wars as their revenues depend on exports. reliant on exports may seem safe. But the U.S. market is near a record nine years for

a rising trend. On average U.S. bull markets last eight years. When they break, they average a 40 per cent decline over two years before the trend changes upwards. Investors need to evaluate their own case. Can they live with a potential 40 per cent loss? If not, they might do some selling. Selling losers might be a good way to start, unless there is a compelling case for the loser to do well. Investors with a nice long-term gain might consider pocketing some of the gain. If an investor has a stock that doubled since purchase, that 100 per cent gain represents 10 years at seven per cent annual return. A 40 per cent drop in the stock from $20 to $12 would leave the investors with a $2 gain. The benefit of selling part of the holding is obvious. If the stock is from a large well-run, low debt operation, continuing to hold some shares might be a good idea. Shuffling stocks to hold only blue-chip dividend payers during the trade war and threat can help offset the downturn and the ride back up. One stock category that could do well in the face of uncertainty is junior golds that are building mines or have recently opened mines. Gold tends to do well in uncertain times and new revenues from a mine offer more stability than from an existing mine. But they too are risky. Some worth considering are Atlantic Gold, $1.64; Lundin Gold, $4.79; Equinox Gold, $1.15; and Pretium Resources, $10.05. CAUTION: Remember when investing, consult your adviser and do your homework before buying any security. Bizworld does not recommend investments. Ron Walter can be reached at ronjoy@ sasktel.net

Temple Hotels plan means possible sale of company By Ron Walter For Moose Jaw Express

The company owning Temple Gardens Hotel and Spa continues to flounder in debt and operating losses. Temple Hotels Inc. lost $8.6 million in the first six months of the year. That compares with a $2.8 million loss in the same period of 2017. Temple has announced a strategic review of operations, a code phrase for putting all or part of the company up for sale. Shareholder equity in the company is a negative $3.35 million down from a positive $5.87 million After repaying $34.4 million in debentures Temple was left with $460 million debt. Interest expenses to June 30 this year was $13.98 million. Company-wide hotel occupancy in 3,785 rooms increased from 60 per cent to 61 per cent but low occupancy at the 889 Fort MacMurray rooms kept revenue down. Fort Mac occupancy was 46 per cent, down from 47 per cent. Occupancy in the 754 other Alberta rooms was up three points to 54 per cent. Occupancy in the 2,150 rooms in the rest of Canada was up one point to 69 per cent Temple also owns Wyngate Regina and the Saskatoon Inn in Saskatoon.

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EXPRESS Drought conditions have resulted in reduced hay yields and higher prices. Some Moose Jaw producers have been offered $170 a tonne for new hay. A survey of offerings on a Facebook hay page shows a range from $60 a tonne to $125. On average hay prices range between $65 to $85 in normal years of moisture. Demand for hay this year will be strong just from the long spring feeding season that saw many producers run down feed reserves. This year’s dry weather has left twothirds of hay land and pastures either short or very short of moisture, according to the Ministry of Agriculture crop report. Average hay yields across the province are down with alfalfa and alfalfa brome coming in at 1.1 tonnes an acre. Other tame hay averages .9 tonnes with wild hay at one tonne. Green feed on dryland averages 1.6 tonnes with 3.3 on irrigation. The hay crop varies with the southwest at the lowest levels. The crop report shows alfalfa and alfalfa brome yields in the southwest average .7 tonnes an acre. Other tame crops run at half a tonne while wild hay is at .7 tonnes. Southwest green feed runs at 1.3 tonnes on dryland and three on irrigation. In the southeast, which includes Moose Jaw and Regina. alfalfa and alfalfa brome yields are above average at 1.5 tonnes an

acre. Other tame crops and wild hay average 1.1 tonnes. Green feed runs at 2.2 tonnes an acre. Saskatchewan Agriculture agrologists caution cattle producers that hay from new sources can bring risks to the operations, particularly from new weeds. They have a list of suggestions: • keep imported hay separate from local-source hay; • have the delivery truck cleaned thoroughly at the storage site before it departs to prevent weeds from spreading along laneways leading out of your yard; • monitor the storage site for two to three years for new weed growth and destroy those that emerge with recommended management practices; • feed known-source local hay in a confined area for four to five days to allow any potential new weed seeds to be passed in a confined area before re-introducing livestock to pasture; • store manure produced while feeding imported hay separate from manure produced on local feed; • monitor the manure pile for new weeds; • clean equipment used in these hay and manure areas prior to moving on to other tasks; • monitor your pasture for new weeds. The best time may be mid-summer since many plants flower during this period and, therefore, will be more conspicuous. Plan ahead for some touring next summer. Ron Walter can be reached at ronjoy@ sasktel.net

Severe drought affects one-fifth of United States By Ron Walter For Agri-Mart Express



Drought in large parts of the Western United States could impact grain and cattle prices this fall. A Chicago Mercantile Exchange report in early August shows 20 per cent of the continental United States is in severe drought. In Texas, the panhandle and southwest are hit hard with exceptional drought. Abut half of adjacent New Mexico has exceptional drought. Nearby, most of Arizona and the southern half of Colorado and Utah are in the same predicament The World Agricultural Outlook Board says 29 per cent of U.S. hay acreage and 28 per cent of cattle and calves are located in drought areas. U.S. cattle herd numbers had started to recover from 1950 low levels after years of successive droughts. From 90 million head in 2012 the herd had grown to 102 million by July 1. The worst drought in grain producing states affects half of Kansas and most of Missouri. The California drought seems to have softened a bit in the central region of the state although exceptional drought still damages the far south.





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The first public and open indication of the recent, ongoing situation with regards to the Downtown Facility and Field House took place during the regular meeting of Moose Jaw city council on Monday, Aug. 13. There, prior to a vote to accept the reports of the standing committees of city council – traditionally a simple matter involving prior executive committee decisions – councillors Brian Swanson, Crystal Froese and Scott McMann, all current or prior members of the DFFH board of directors, recused themselves from the vote. That left only Couns. Chris Warren and Dawn Luhning, along with mayor Fraser Tolmie, to accept the three executive committee reports, two of which from July 9 and Aug. 8 saw the same three members of council leave the meetings during in-camera (no public or media allowed) sessions. The Aug. 8 meeting concluded with the executive committee directing city manager Jim Puffalt to undertake a personnel investigation at the DFFH, effective immediately. Leading up to the Aug. 13 meeting, multiple other in-camera meetings had



Moose Jaw city council was reduced to only three members after Brian Swanson, Crystal Froese and Scott McMann all recused themselves due to conflicts of interest from the executive committee meeting of Aug. 8 with regards to the DFFH board of directors.

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We were lucky to have our 11-year-old Granddaughter spend three weeks with us this summer. As she grows, so does her need for entertainment and distractions. For poor retired grandparents, the cheaper those distracby Dale “bushy” Bush tions and entertainments are the more popular they are…for anyone but an 11-year-old. One of the first things we did to entertain Mandi was to have her clean out the shed that was a depository for my BCRF, or my Beer Can Retirement Fund. We recycled and cashed in to the tune of almost $80 so that was to be our entertainment fund for 3 weeks. Nana and Grumpy thought that was a lot but smarty pants Mandi quickly did the math and determined that equalled about $4 a day for 20 days…or $80 for one day. So we sat down and tried to find something to do for all three of us that was inexpensive. Swimming and beach time were top of the list. Nana and Grumpy have a nice swimming pool, as well as living 5 minutes from 5 different beaches at the lake. The hard part of that distraction was deciding where to swim. We live within an hour from

‘manage and direct personnel and operations of the DFFH, report on the current state and provide recommendations for future management and governance of the facilities’. “This decision was not made lightly,” said Moose Jaw mayor Fraser Tolmie. “However, the board had to be

one of the last drive-in theaters in the world and we have made a point of attending every time Mandi comes for her summer visit. She has almost always seen the feature film but when we are allowed to tailgate BBQ before the movies, it makes going to an event at $20 a car load almost affordable. Nana and Grumpy suggested chores like chopping and cutting firewood as an inexpensive distraction but Mandi coolly suggested that she might be too young to operate a chainsaw or an axe. After a few days of the game “I don’t know…what do you want to do?” our brilliant and beautiful granddaughter discovered this inexpensive (cheap) form of entertainment that is sweeping the nation and the world on the old interwwweb. Mandi suggested that we could do something called Geo-caching which is kind of like a treasure hunt/mystery/game of logic where you try and find a waterproof treasure container at a specific GPS site. “How much does it cost?” was Grumpy’s first question. When I was told that we already had the needed equipment (an I-Pod) and the cost was free, my interest was sparked. Within minutes, our tech-savvy granddaughter had found half a dozen geo-cache sites within 5 minutes of our house and one of the beaches. That afternoon, we went looking for our first cache. Once we got to the GPS co-ordinates, it took about five minutes to discover the hidden stash using the on-

dissolved due to the potential conflict of interest and perceived influence on a current DFFH personnel investigation.” Coun. McMann didn’t immediately recuse himself from the meeting and prior to the vote to introduce Bylaw 5565 – giving the city manager the right to take over – spoke to the continuous veil of secrecy and recusals that have dogged the DFFH discussion and personnel investigation since the beginning. “I don’t believe conflict of interest guidelines were ever intended to limit or stifle debate but that is what’s happening here,” McMann said. “The current DFFH board of directors could have been removed from their position by a simple resolution of council. Since it was not done in an open and transparent way, I’m not in favour of the process they chose or the new bylaw.” “I do need to declare a conflict of interest and recuse myself from what I believe is a miscarriage of justice.” Bylaw 5565 passed unanimously. The DFFH investigation was still underway at the end of last week.

line hints and our eagle eyes. The custom is to sign or stamp a log book in the cache. Sometimes there can be an exchange of small, cheap but perhaps sentimental items. I chose guitar picks as my exchange item, Nana left a button from her sewing box and Mandi used a stamp and a small plastic toy. We were thrilled and couldn’t wait to find the next geocache, which was near our local mailbox. As they say, the game was on. We tried to add some geocache adventure to our mundane trips to town for groceries and to buy more cheap toys and guitar picks. Nana had the right idea because buttons are cheaper than a dime a dozen, keeping this game more than economical. The first few days after Mandi returned home, Nana and Grumpy knew something was missing and it was something other than our beautiful granddaughter. It didn’t take too long before we went geo-caching again…to entertain ourselves and not an 11-year-old. Game on!

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The first change one notices when visiting Lin’s East End Laundry for the first time in awhile is the modern, colourful, brand-new sign as you enter the building. Inside there is more room, but more importantly, there is a brand new kitchen showing off the business’ newest venture – homemade comfort-food fare, like burgers and fries and soft-serve ice cream. It’s all part of a modernization effort by owners Mark Krevenky and Le Juan Lin, an effort they felt was well overdue. “The place was dated, it wasn’t keeping up with the times, and it seems like you can’t be just one thing any more. The laundry business has changed, so there were things that needed to be updated,” said Krevenky. “Now, basically, we’re two businesses, one on each side.” Krevenky pondered a variety of different expansion ideas, but seeing as there are few options for restaurant fare and ice cream in this area of town – located at 846 Athabasca St. East (formerly East End Laundry), with the Union grocery store across the street, a mini-restaurant seemed the way to go. “It seemed to make the most sense to put a kitchen in,” Krevenky said. “If we were downtown Main Street, the

Lin’s East End Laundry owner Mark Krevenky puts together a banana split for a recent visitor.

Owners Le Juan Lin and Mark Krevenky stand in front of the newly renovated Lin’s East End Laundry. pace of business would be a little bit better, but we’re kind of out of the way, so we have to work a little harder for our business and offer more value.” That includes competitively priced homemade fare with a complete focus on freshness, something that explains their limited menu. Rather than a host of eclectic offerings, Lin’s serves up just a few: loaded burgers, fries and gravy, and a variety of ice cream flavours. “Everything is fresh and that makes a really big difference... the worst thing with the food business is if you make your menu too large, you end up throwing a lot of things out,” Krevenky explained. “That’s the key to keeping everything fresh. If the menu is too big, you won’t be able to do it the way we do.” With the new renovations having been in operation for about a month, Krevenky has already seen a steady increase in traffic. “We’ve already seen a substantial increase, so we’re pretty happy with that already,” Krevenky said. “We’ve found that people are starting to come in more and more for the ice cream, which makes sense when it’s this warm out.” Then, of course, there’s the laundromat, featuring plenty of machines and dryers for even a busy day, and laundry facilities that include drop-off and pick-up-and-delivery services. When it comes to renovations, things aren’t quite finished, either – Krevenky is currently working on putting

in a courtyard area with tables and picnic benches so patrons can enjoy the warm days of summer in some shade. After that? “We’re just going to focus on what we have for a while, we need a rest,” Krevenky said.

Mark Krevenky shows off what he hopes will soon become one of their signature items, a fully-loaded banana split.

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Lyle Stewart steps down as Sask Minister of Agriculture Lyle Stewart has stepped down as Saskatchewan’s Minister of Agriculture to focus on his battle with cancer. Stewart will remain as MLA for Lumsden-Morse. “I was recently diagnosed with colorectal cancer and will be undergoing several months of pretty aggressive treatment,” Stewart said. “Agriculture is a very important portfolio in this province and it has been a tremendous honour to serve as Saskatchewan’s Agriculture Minister under two great Premiers over the past six years. However, given my current circumstances, I didn’t feel I would be able to give that position the attention it deserved, so I have asked Premier Moe to appoint a new Minister.” Premier Scott Moe said he is sad to lose Stewart from cabinet, but his first concern is for Stewart’s health. “First and foremost, Lyle Stewart is my friend, so the most important thing is for him to deal with his cancer,” Moe said. “Everything else is secondary. Lyle has been a great Agriculture Minister and I want to thank him for everything he has done for the ag industry in our province.” A new Agriculture Minister has been announced.

Premier Moe Announces Cabinet Changes

Premier Moe has announced changes to his cabinet including a new Agriculture Minister and a new Minister of Highways and Infrastructure following the resignation of Lyle Stewart from cabinet for health reasons. • David Marit becomes Minister of Agriculture. Marit previously served as Minister of Highways and Infrastructure. • Lori Carr becomes Minister of Highways and Infrastructure. Carr previously served as Legislative Secretary to the Minister of Finance and Government Deputy Whip. • Deputy Premier Gordon Wyant remains Minister of Education, while adding responsibility for SaskBuilds. “I am confident that both Dave and Lori will bring an important perspec-

tive to their new portfolios, and I look forward to working with them as we stand up for Saskatchewan” said Moe. “I would also like to thank our Deputy Premier as he takes on additional responsibility in an incredibly important file to our province’s infrastructure needs. Lyle Stewart will remain a strong mentor and advisor to our cabinet when it comes to supporting our agriculture sector while we stand with him in his battle against cancer.” Stewart previously announced he was stepping down as Saskatchewan’s Minister of Agriculture to focus on his battle with cancer. Stewart will remain as MLA for Lumsden-Morse. Premier Moe also announced that Lisa Lambert becomes Government Deputy Whip.


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Marit succeeds Stewart as Sask. Minister of Agriculture By Ron Walter For Agri-Mart Express


EXPRESS Saskatchewan has a new minister of agriculture now that popular minister Lyle Stewart has resigned for health reasons. Fife Lake farmer Dave Marit was moved from Minister of Highways to Minister of Agriculture. Marit, first elected MLA for the Saskatchewan Party in 2016 has been highways minister since then. He served in local government and became involved with the Saskatchewan Association of Rural Municipalities (SARM) in 1996 as a district director. He was elected SARM president in 2006, serving in that role until 2014 when he resigned to campaign for the Wood River seat. Citing a need for a full-time minister, Stewart resigned for his second battle with cancer. A survivor of prostate cancer he has been diagnosed with colon cancer and will un-

dergo a lengthy treatment procedure. The Pense area rancher has served 19 years in the legislature, first winning a nomination for the Progressive Conservative Party in Thunder Creek by six votes. A founding member of the Saskatchewan Party, he represents Lumsden-Morse and will continue as an MLA. He started in cabinet as minister of enterprise and innovation in 2007, resigning in 2009 over a dispute with cabinet when the government refused to allow convicted murderer Colin Thatcher to profit from a book he wrote about the justice system. Stewart was appointed minister of agriculture in 2012. The minister is also known for a 2009 incident when he fended off, captured and held a car jacker until police arrived Rookie MLA Lori Carr of Estevan was named Minister of Highways, being the sixth woman in the 18-member cabinet. Ron Walter can be reached at ronjoy@ sasktel.net

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Avonlea car show features Nash with interesting history

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By Ron Walter For Moose Jaw Express

Alice Magowan and the Midnighters entertained at the second last Concert in the Park series of the season in Crescent Park. Last concert is 6:30 pm Aug. 29 featuring the Twilighters. Ron Walter photo

Nash car The beige-coloured 1953 Nash stood out among vehicles in the Avonlea Show and Shine. Fourteen-year-old Jake Paicu sat next to his grandparents’ car ready to talk about it. In 1954 Emil and Grace Paicu bought the car to do a tour of the United States. One reason for buying the car was that the front seats folded down to make a bed. They drove to Florida and upon return didn’t use it much after that, keeping it in a shed. Their son Willie used it once in awhile in the 1960s and 1970s. His first date with his wife was in the Nash. This Nash is a Canadian Statesmen model. Only 1,400 of Canadian Statesmen were made each year, said Paicu. The car has driven just under 70,000 miles Two years ago, he and his family started tinkering with it. Once they found a bird’s nest in the muffler and blew it out things happened. “We just kept changing parts until it just started.” It does tend to heat up but “you can’t do anything about it.”

Nash Motor’s post-war aerodynamic styling was called Airflyte. The design was considered advanced for the time. Recently his grandmother turned over ownership to him. “Whenever we put it on Facebook everybody goes nuts.” The 38 Celsius heat at the show had some owners of vintage cars concerned. Merle Eldstrom of Moose Jaw said his 1950s IHC cabover truck didn’t heat up on the way out. “I might have to stay until midnight,” he joked. The Show and Shine with entertainment, food and vendors is a museum fundraiser. The morning started with a tour of the nearby Avonlea Badlands. Museum Manager Cathy Geib said the scheduled weekend tours have been more popular this summer with 20 people often doing the two-kilometre walk. Three local vocalists entertained from the museum rail station entrance. Ron Walter can be reached at ronjoy@ sasktel.net

ACT/UCT Local 1027 Service Club donates to Transition House

(l-r) Byron Benson, exec member of ACT Local 1027, Mar Borthwick on behalf of Moose Jaw Transition House, and Ritchie Yee, Treasurer, ACT Local 1027, Moose Jaw.

The Moose Jaw ACT/UCT Local 1027 Service Club continues their active involvement in the community by generous donations. The recently funded a project at the Moose Jaw Transition House and donated $4500.00 to upgrade the children’s play area by adding a safer outdoor surface where children regularly play. President of Local 1027 Mark Gilliland says, “The surface features

some inherent cushioning, which adds a level of comfort and safety to the play area. This is important, as the children that utilize the area often possess an increased need for comfort and safety during time spent at the Transition House. “The actual work was done by Brodie Schoffer of Enviro-Paving Ltd. EnviroPaving also donated some product to the project.”

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Moose Jaw Soccer was pleased to have Gillian Pinder, centre, a former U of Saskatchewan Huskie soccer player host a free camp this past week at Smith Field. Pinder shared her love of the game with Moose Jaw players aged 5-12 closing the camp off with a small sided tournament where the participants could show of their skills.

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From The Kitchen

L e g i o n a u x i l i a r y c o o k b o o k s a ve d f ro m d o w n s i z i n g By Joyce Walter For Moose Jaw Express

The bright yellow oil cloth cover kept drawing our attention to the homemade cookbook that was part of a pile of collectibles whose fate was being determined in a rare display of downsizing. Further examination revealed the book to be a celebration of 65 years of service of the Ladies Auxiliary to Branch No. 59 of the Royal Canadian Legion in Moose Jaw. The years covered were 1926 to 1991, with a message by then-president Eileen Nevers outlining the role of the auxiliary and service to the community. The auxiliary has since given up its charter but this book clearly shows the dedication of members who volunteered thousands of hours each year in service to the branch and to other worthy causes. This week’s recipes come from the auxiliary’s anniversary book. ••• Fruit Chili Sauce 12-16 tomatoes, peeled and cut 1 cup peaches, peeled and coarsely chopped 1 cup pears, peeled and coarsely chopped 1 cup chopped onion 1 cup chopped sweet red pepper 1 cup apples, coarsely chopped 1 tbsp. hot red pepper 1 1/2 cups vinegar 1 1/2 tbsps. salt 1/2 cup seedless raisins 1 1/2 cups sugar

1/4 cup mixed spice, tied in bag Place all ingredients together in a kettle. Bring to a boil and cook until thick, stirring so as not to burn, about 40-50 minutes. Remove spice bag. Pour into hot sterilized jars and seal. Makes 8 cups. ••• Corn Fritters 1 cup flour 1 tsp. baking powder 1/2 tsp. salt 2 tbsps. sugar 1 egg 1/3 cup milk 1 tbsp. oil 3/4 cup kernel corn, canned or frozen Sift dry ingredients. Beat the egg, milk and oil and then add the flour mixture and beat until smooth. Add the corn and mix. Let stand 5-10 minutes. Cook in deep fat until golden brown. ••• Farmers’ Brownies 1/4 cup cocoa 2/3 cup margarine 1/2 tsp. salt 2 eggs, slightly beaten 1 tsp. vanilla 1 cup chopped walnuts

1 cup hot water 2 1/2 cups flour 2 cups brown sugar 1/2 cup buttermilk or sour milk 1 tsp. baking powder Mix cocoa into the hot water and stir in margarine. Allow to cool. Sift dry ingredients together and stir into cocoa mixture. Add eggs. Beat in buttermilk. Add vanilla and nuts. Spread on a greased cookie sheet. Bake at 350 degrees F for 20 minutes. Cool. Ice with chocolate butter icing or a favourite icing. ••• Puffed Ball Doughnuts 1 cup white sugar 2 eggs 2 tbsps. melted butter 3/4 cup milk 1/2 tsp. nutmeg 1/4 tsp. salt 2 tsps. baking powder 2 cups flour Mix all together. Drop by dessert spoonfuls into boiling lard. Fry until golden brown on both sides. These keep for seven days. Joyce Walter can be reached at ronjoy@sasktel.net

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Destination Moose Jaw… in Wisconsin? Sarah Catterick


ravelling outside of Saskatchewan and trying to explain where you are from often leads to a lot of blank stares. “Moose Jaw?” they might say, “Surely that’s not the real name.” However, if you drive fifteen hours south-east of Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan. you will find another Moosejaw – not a city but a restaurant. In Wisconsin Dells, USA, a restaurant named Moosejaw Pizza & Dells Brewery opened its doors in 2002, taking its inspiration directly from this small city in Saskatchewan and the tunnels that lie beneath it. Jillian Murphy, Marketing Director, told me the story of the restaurant on my recent visit to Wisconsin Dells in the three-story logcabin-style building that houses Moosejaw Pizza & Dells Brewing Co. High ceilings, heavy wood beams and deer antler chandeliers hang over the tables and booths which are surrounded by black and white images of the people of the city of Moose Jaw throughout history. Murphy says, “The place is designed to look very rustic, how people from here imagine Canada to look.” Pointing at the ceiling, Murphy notes that all the beams were trucked down from Canada and both Canadian and American men worked on the building. “The Canadians were especially daring,” she says. Once the building was up, the owners of Moosejaw needed a name. “He was researching the prohibition to find a good name for the brewery and found the story of the Tunnels of Moose Jaw. That, plus the crazy Canadians that were working on the building beams, convinced him that naming the restaurant Moosejaw would be a good fit. The owners were up in Saskatchewan a lot before the restaurant opened. That’s where they got the animals to mount on the walls here as well.”

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The first female brewmaster in the state of Wisconsin, Jamie Baertsch in the third floor brewery

The interior of Moosejaw restaurant

The family style restaurant in the heart of Wisconsin Dells can seat 575 people and Murphy says that it is full every dinner-time during peak season and every Friday and Saturday night during the winter. “When we first opened, there was a two hour wait to eat here. Originally we built the space downstairs to be a banquet hall but within four days we had to hire more people and turn the banquet hall into more seating.” While it was relatively quieter during the Monday lunch hour when I visited, the place still bustled with families wearing their complimentary moose antlers and enjoying the delicious pizza. Our server, Agnes, originally from Hungary joined the Moosejaw team in 2014. “It is very different from the restaurants back where I am from. It’s much busier here but I like it when it is busy; it’s exciting and it’s a really fun place to work.” Agnes was able to guide us through the most popular and delicious menu items and beer options, including bringing us a sampler tray of Moosejaw’s most raved about craft-beers. Moosejaw is renowned for having a Wisconsin first; the first female brewmaster in the state, Jamie Baertsch. She has been brewing up to 1,000 gallons of award winning hand-crafted beers each day since the restaurants opening. Now, the Wisconsin Dells Brewing Co. offers ten different flavours of beer made just upstairs in the specially designed brewery on the third story of the restaurant. The most popular flavours include Rustic Red, Hazel’s Nut House, and seasonal flavours including Strawberry Lemon-Ale. With craft brewery’s becoming more popular all over the world, Murphy is pleased that they chose the name Moosejaw. “Nowadays, brewery’s come up with the craziest names so Moosejaw doesn’t seem that strange anymore. But it still has a cool story behind it if people ask.” The appetizers and entrees are extensive at this family-style restaurant, so we ordered several that Agnes suggested. Our table was laden with popular menu items including Moosejaw pizza, with a homemade crust and fresh toppings in a variety of specialty flavours. Other options include a delicious Beer & Cheese soup (made using their own award-winning Rustic Red craft beer and cheese that Wisconsin is famous for), Beer Bread served hot with honey butter, and a “choose your own pasta option”, plus many more. Our wonderful meal was rounded off with “The Sasquatch,” a funnel cake covered in ice cream with chocolate drizzle. Unfortunately, Moosejaw Pizza only has one location and it is almost 1600km away from Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan. Murphy’s message to Moose Jaw Express readers who find themselves in the Wisconsin Dells area is, “Come on out! Our restaurant is certainly tonguein-cheek but we love to share the exciting, maybe-true, historical story of Moose Jaw. The fables that connect us with the city of Moose Jaw are a really fun tale to tell and we hope we do that well here.” To learn more about this Moose Jaw inspired restaurant and the history behind the name visit www.dellsmoosejaw.com.

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When singer, songwriter and poet Bob Dylan won the 2016 Nobel Prize for Literature, it was a bold statement. Narrative songs and ballads have been traditional in literature for centuries, and music helped propel the stories so they could be remembered throughout generations before the written word was available to everyone. The Friday Feature at this year’s FoW involved three friends who have made music and poetry together for the past 30 years. Bassist Mark Nishihara accompanied the singing and guitar work of John Lent. Both artists hail from British Columbia. They were performing with poet Tom Wayman, who weaved a path through the ages of story-telling and its music, along with new poems from his 2017 book Helpless Angels. “This is the first time in human history when people can listen to anything they want, anytime they want,” said Wayman. “You used to have to make music yourself - we sang in school choirs, we sang in church. Now technology has put us in control individually. We went from car radios, to records and tapes, then CD’s and mp3 players and now IPods.”

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of reviews in the Moose Jaw Express, following this year’s successful Festival of Words that was held y 19th to 22nd in Moose Jaw. We hope you have enjoyed them.

Trevor Herriot’s New Book Celebrates Our Grasslands

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ators at the college/university lever who says “timeless songs come se to a specific situation”. He went his own pieces called ‘Wrong Way y passivity that you go along with, you far more than you thought it very apropos to 2018. y and a navy” says Wayman. “Peoebrate seasons, to escape the grip ution, to make work in the fields itude or declare strength. Shakeof songs. And, don’t forget love

n was of Bob Dylan’s ‘Man in the ells of a woman who leaves with , and how her village continues o frequently it becomes a myth of There are no mistakes in life some metimes you can see it that way / , people just float / She’s gone with ack coat”.

Some collaborations make magic. That is exactly what Trevor Herriot’s new book offers to the public. Herriot, an award-winning writer of books about the prairies, has joined his scientific and literary artistry with photographer Branimir Gjetvaj’s mystical vision, to produce Islands of Grass. Gjetvaj is a biologist and an environmental photographer. He is also an energetic and knowledgeable speaker. He knows that there are two aspects to the prairies - the mystical and the harsh. His photographs are evocative. “There are 2,000 types of grasslands in the Trevor Herriot’s latest book is a treasure of grassland beauty. world, the same number as there are types of birds. They grow across varied geographic lands,” says Herriot. “I was fortunate to travel all the prairie grasslands during all the seasons. I often went by kayak and canoe.” Herriot acknowledges that the Missouri River in Montana is hard to match for its beauty and grandeur. “Regina biologists were the first to ask for protection for our grasslands, the insects, birds, animals, and flowers. They were the early conservationists. They helped found Grassland National Park in 1940. It was the first, and is still the only, national park dedicated to the preservation of grasslands.” “The ranchers at the time were openly hostile to those urban scientists who wanted to take away prime grazing land for preservation of creatures that ranchers were not traditionally kind to, like badgers, prairie dogs, squirrels, and owls. The conservationists made a case for protecting these living things. This was a life that they believed in and wanted to pass on to their children.” Trevor Herriot posts regularly on Grass Notes (trevorherriot.blogspot.ca). Islands of Herriot presented to a festival audience at Grass is available through Coteau Books, and PostHorizon Bookstore. the Museum and Art Gallery Theatre.

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hlights of every year’s Festival of Words is the . Festival founder Gary Hyland is remembered sion and effort, and each year something wonat the Memorial Session. teacher at Riverview high school for three dehed the lives of thousands of students, as well as askatchewan readers, publishing eight books of

poetry. He demonstrated the courage and forethought necessary to establish the Festival of Words, and the persistence and perseverance to pull it off. The session at the Cultural Centre focused around a reading of Rick Hillis’ novel A Place You’ll Never Be. Brian Bell, who is embedded in the heritage work of Moose Jaw, is the host each year. He welcomed members of Gary Hyland’s family, saying “Gary always strove to make Moose Jaw a better place”. Bell also recognized family and friends of local mural artist Gus Froese, whose passing was more recent. Gary and Gus were lifelong friends, bonded by literature and visual arts. Both were boosters and supporters of the Moose Jaw community. One of Froese’s paintings of Hyland was unveiled and dedicated at this session. It will remain in the Cultural Centre. The reading, from Hillis’ novel was engaging. Hillis was a student of Hyland’s, during his final year of high school. He felt that Hyland was larger than life. “I can remember every moment of my senior year with him”. Dave Margoshes, yet another friend in the Saskatchewan literary ‘band of brothers’, edited the novel. He called on local author, colleague and friend Bob Currie to participate in the reading. The story, published by Coteau, focuses on the misadventures of a group of convicts who are sent out into the

Local literary legend Bob Currie added his voice to the recognition. world to help prepare them for life after release. One startling sequence finds them swarmed by a sea of caterpillars. The sound these insects made was not the only thing that made the prisoners feel fear. They also bite. Just one potent metaphor in a tale of fact, fiction and science. And don’t be too complacent - there are now certain strains of caterpillars who are omnivores!

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Millar part of Team Canada Hlinka Gretzky Cup victory Randy Palmer Moose Jaw Express

Chalk up another gold medal in international competition for a member of the Moose Jaw Warriors. Tribe general manager Alan Millar is Program of Excellence lead for the Hockey Canada Under-18 men’s hockey program and was in charge of putting together the squad that won the Hlinka Gretzky Cup in Calgary recently. Combined with the gold medals won by Warriors coach Tim Hunter and forward Brett Howden at the world junior championships in January, the local Western Hockey League squad is on a bit of a role when it comes to claiming world-class hardware. “It was a great experience, I really enjoyed the process, through the selection process and into a tournament that’s the best-on-best at the Under-18 level and really a world-elite tournament,” said Millar, who is back in Moose Jaw and preparing for training camp beginning next week. “Hockey Canada certainly does things first class and staff and players were certainly treated very well, they eliminate distractions and eliminate excuses and concentrate on players winning.” One of Millar’s major duties for the event was assisting in the selection of 22 players from across the country, drawing from a pool of 44 that took part in in-

Team Canada – including Moose Jaw Warriors general manager Alan Millar (back row left, four in) – celebrate after winning the Hlinka Gretzky Cup. Andy Devlin/Hockey Canada Images.

tra-squad games the week prior. “They were an impressive group of young men, the 2001 age group is very strong in the country and selection camp was very, very difficult because of the depth of the players we had,” Millar said. “I had the opportunity to work with a great staff, too, so it was an exciting opportunity for me both personally and professionally. “It’s a short tournament, everything happens really quickly but there are a lot of similarities in terms of how we work as a management group and how we work as a coaching staff compared to what we do in Moose Jaw, with the exception that

we’re a long season of 68 games and this was a quick camp and short-term tournament.” As Millar touched on, the selections were anything but easy – like any Team Canada selection camp at any level, there’s no shortage of top level talent. But with the calibre of players who took the ice in Calgary, things there that much more tough. “It was exciting, it was intense, and it was difficult,” Millar said. “The selections went right down to the wire, it was especially difficult up front and there were a lot of great players, especially from the Western Hockey League. We had 11 players from the league and I had

a lot of familiarity with a good portion of the team. Then Brad McEwen did a great job as Hockey Canada’s head scout and he had us well prepared for all 44 players coming into camp from across Canada and that certainly helped the process.” The tournament itself was anything but relaxing. Canada went 3-0 in the round robin before a dramatic semifinal against the United States where Canada scored with no time left on the clock to tie the game 5-5 before winning it in overtime. Then in the championship game, Canada trailed 2-0 early before going on to a 6-2 victory over Sweden. “It’s nerve-wracking at times because you want to do well and want to win,” Millar said. “The semifinal went to overtime and going into the gold medal game I didn’t think we’d played our best yet, and that can happen going into a shortterm tournament. But we found our best game at the right time and after we got over the 2-0 deficit, I thought we played extremely well and dominated, at least the end of the gold medal game really showed what kind of a team we had.” Millar and the Warriors now turn their focus to the team’s annual training camp, set to open Wednesday, Aug. 22 with player registration.

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It may be the dog days of summer, but the high school football season is right around the corner. The Peacock Tornadoes will hold registration for the upcoming season on Wednesday, Aug. 22. Anyone interested in playing football at Peacock for the upcoming season -- including incoming Grade 9s -- at 1 p.m. at the Peacock gym. The team will begin practicing on Thursday, Aug. 23 on the west side of the school. If for any reason, a player is unable to attend Wednesday’s registration they can come to the school at 10:30 a.m. on Thursday to register before practice. Interested players will need football cleats, but the rest of the equipment will be provided. “We’re going to go two-a-days for the first few days here to get our mandatory number of practices in before our joint practice with (Regina) Campbell,” said Peacock head coach Bert Redstone. Those teams will meet Tuesday in Regina. Peacock and Campbell are planning to have some one-on-one drills against each other, some pass skeleton and some 12 v 12 controlled scrimmaging. The SHSAA mandates that teams must have seven practices under their belts before they can scrimmage. “It’s a joint practice, but the SHSAA sees it as any time two teams meet you have to have your seven practices,” Redstone said. “We’re facing Campbell, the 4A champs from last year. It’s going to be great.”

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NOTICE OF ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING The Annual General meeting of the Members of Moose Jaw Tier 1 Hockey Inc. (Moose Jaw Warriors Hockey Club) will be held on the 12th day of September, 2018 at 11:30am, at Mosaic Place, 110-1st Avenue NW, Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan. Year end financials and Presidential report available to Shareholders at Warriors office after Septmeber 10th. Nomination forms must be submitted to the Warriors office no later than August 31st, 4:00pm. Dated this 13th day of August, 2018 Moose Jaw Tier 1 Hockey Inc. By Marianne Simon

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Warriors kick-off campaign with annual Kids’ Camp Randy Palmer -Moose Jaw Express

The ice soccer game/drill featuring youngsters in the five- to seven-year-old group and a handful of Moose Jaw Warriors players looked like a lot of fun during their annual Kids’ Camp last Thursday afternoon. That was the idea, to give kids a chance to have a blast on the ice while picking up some skills and abilities for the upcoming season. In its sixth season, the annual camp featured three age groups ranging from five- to 13-year-olds, as well as an elite conditioning camp in the evening, all geared toward giving the players a chance to shake-off some of the off-season rust before the real games begin. “We’re just getting back into the swing of things here, so that’s what it’s all about;� said Warriors assistant coach and camp head instructor Mark O’Leary “fun and developing skills while we’re having some fun. There have been a lot of kids who have been with us since day one and they’ve moved up through the age groups and it’s great to see them develop.� As expected, the drills and skills differ between different age groups. “In the early going, it’s just being comfortable on your skates, with the young guys being able to handle the puck and skate at the same time, a little less structure,� O’Leary explained. “Then as they move up, there’s a little more structure and you can kind of teach more details like protecting the puck and skills involved in getting your shot off quick. It’s important to teach the skills, but it’s also important to learn where the skill can be used in a game.�

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Moose Jaw Warriors associate coach Scott King lays out the plan for a drill during a 5- to 7-year-old session on Thursday.

Moose Jaw Warriors forwards Tate Popple and Tyler Smithies were having as much fun as their young students during a game of ice soccer on Thursday afternoon. The camp is conducted by O’Leary and Warriors associate coach Scott King, along with many current and former Tribe players. “I think that’s the biggest thrill of the whole camp,� O’Leary said. “You look up in the seats during our games and it’s the screaming kids that make it fun. They do their best to support our players, so it’s nice to be able to give back a bit and give them a chance to meet some of the guys.� The evening conditioning camp was geared more toward older players, with many Warriors rookies and veterans taking advantage of the ice time. “It’s a little more full ice stuff and game situations, and keeping things at a higher pace to get them ready for their tryouts,� O’Leary said. “Our guys are out there at night, too. They’re out there for two hours and it’s drills for the first hour and then scrimmage in the second hour. That helps keep up the pace.� Warriors training camp kicks off on Wednesday, Aug. 22 with team registration. The majority of players arrived in town over the weekend, with informal skates beginning on Monday.

King named director of hockey development at Prairie Hockey Academy Randy Palmer - Moose Jaw Express

Scott King will be busier this winter with his recent appointment with the Prairie Hockey Academy. King, who served as the director of player development last season, was named the director of hockey development with the Hockey Canada Sports School, the PHA announced on Tuesday, Aug. 14. “Scott has been a great ambassador for us at the PHA. His on-ice work last season contributed to a lot of our players’ growth and development and will add a lot to the academy and make all of us better,� said Prairie Hockey Academy president Justin Simpkins in a press release. “Scott brings a ton of skill development experience and hockey IQ to our academy, but I believe his depth of character and empathy towards the student athletes are two of the main reasons he has had great success with and will continue to in his career. King – who was busy this week working with youngsters during the Moose Jaw Warriors Kids Camp – will continue to work as an associate coach with the Tribe and will also continue in his player development duties. His new role will see him working alongside head coaches Rodney McPhee with the Elite 15’s team and Lloyd Friesen with Midget Varsity, as the teams plan practices, break down video and prepare for opponents. There will be a greater focus on video and day-to-day preparation than in the past. King will also travel with the team and work on the bench when not with the Warriors. “I’m excited about the opportunity to broaden my role at PHA this season,� King said. “I look forward to working more intensely with the players and coaches before practice, on the ice and behind the bench, teaching and learning from them simultaneously.� The Prairie Hockey Academy – the only full-time hockey school of its type in the province – will take the ice for it’s second season in Caronport this fall, after a wildly successful inaugural campaign in 2017-18. Players combine extensive ice time with classroom instruction at Briercrest Christian Academy, with a focus on developing the student-athletes as individuals and leaders as well as elite hockey players. The coming season will be the team’s first as a full member of the Canadian Sport School Hockey League, which will see PHA taking on some of the top academy teams in western Canada in a series of Showcase tournaments.

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Femsport event draws large field of competitors Randy Palmer - Moose Jaw Express

Femsport is rapidly growing into one of the most popular women’s sports organizations in western Canada, and as the event made it’s second annual stop in Moose Jaw this past weekend, the support certainly showed it. A total of 82 athletes from all over the province descended on the Cordova Street venue on Saturday, August 18, bringing the kind of competition and camaraderie only Femsport can bring. “It’s awesome, it’s so empowering, you can see us all cheering each other on and when you’re not doing well and need that extra energy, we’re there for ya,” said Open division competitor Kelsey Bell of Moose Jaw. “It’s women helping women and the sense of accomplishment is incredible. I know I’ll keep coming back for that.” The multi-discipline sport is similar in form to something one would see at a crossfit or strongman competition: athletes work their way through six different events, including a 40-pound sandbag burpee press, the amount of time it takes to complete 50 jumps onto an 18-inch high box, a kettlebell lift of five bells of increasing weight carried over 30 feet to pedestals of varying heights, a tractor tire pull, tractor tire flip and obstacle course medley. The top times in each event are ranked and winners recorded from there. Different experience and age categories include Novice (first-time), Masters (40-plus) and Open (all others) divisions.

The full field of 82 competitors, as well as organizers and volunteers, gather for a group photo during the Femsport competition.

“What is unique about it is that it’s tailored for every fitness level, it’s for all women,” said Moose Jaw Femsport promoter Aubrey Shpaiuk of Main Street Strength and Conditioning. “We have a group of who train for this specifically, we start about 12 weeks out and focus on these events. You have to be well-conditioned and know the events, for sure.” But that’s not to say things are overly difficult, either – and that’s one of the main ideas behind the competition, says Femsport president Nancy Lockington of Vancouver. “We keep it do-able but challenging at the same time,” she said, adding that having that kind of access is one thing that makes the organization so popular, in addition to the kind of environment the sport takes place in. “You’ll find throughout the day, all the camaraderie between all these girls from all the areas, they all become one big team. People are cheering just as loud for someone who’s struggling as someone

who did really well.” That includes competitors like Bell and an event like the box jump. She completed the 50 jumps in 49 seconds, knocking 10 seconds off her time from a test event the previous weekend and 20 seconds off her time from her first Femsport show last year. The performance drew plenty of high-fives and hugs from supporters and onlookers. “To go out there today and just shatter that time feels amazing,” Bell said. “Today, I didn’t count, I counted until I got to about half and then you just feel like you’re bouncing. You just zone in and think ‘my heels are high and I’m rebounding’...“I think it’s just adrenaline, those jitters you get, it just shakes you up and powers you up and you just go.” Lockington expects the event will be back next year and ideally even more competitors will be taking part. “The thing we’re finding and a lot of people ask us is ‘what is Femsport’ and the word is getting out,” Lockington said.

“There truly isn’t another event like this for everyone. You might have bits and pieces in other sports, but nothing like you see here today.” And you can bet Main Street Strength and Conditioning will be one of the local driving forces. “Women supporting women, becoming strong and healthy, absolutely we’re behind it,” Shpaiuk said. “It’s an incredible event and so much fun.”

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Padres just miss senior western playoffs Randy Palmer - Moose Jaw Express

If you’re a fan of twists and turns in baseball, the Western Canada Baseball Association senior men’s championship at Ross Wells Park this past weekend would have been for you. Hosting the tournament, Moose Jaw Padres ended-up as one of the odd teams out despite some dominant performances. The local squad featured a who’s who of elite local Midget AAA and Junior players from past seasons and looked the part in the early going Import draft picks Daniil Stepanov and Yegor Buyalsky arrived in Moose Jaw of their opening game against the St. and will suit up for the Warriors this season. James, Man. A’s, taking an early 5-1 lead. With a total reversal of fortune – a massive late comeback saw the A’s go on to a 13-6 win. Belorussians Stepanov, Buyalsky arrive in city, Moose Jaw kept swinging, taking a 9-6 set to take ice at training camp win over the Prince George Grays and Moose Jaw Express Staff 7-3 win over the Saskatoon Outlaws The Belorussian connection has arrived in Moose Jaw and will be playing for the in their next two games. That set up a Saturday evening match-up against the Warriors this season. Canadian Hockey League import draft picks Daniil Stepanov and Yegor Buyalsky, Winkler, Man.-based Border All-Stars both 17, landed in the Friendly City on the Aug. 11 weekend and signed their West- with a spot in the championship final ern Hockey League standard player agreements, committing them to the Tribe for on the line. the coming WHL campaign. It was at that precise time the Padres’ Stepanov, 6-foot-0 and 175 pounds, was chosen by the Warriors in the first round, potent offence went ice cold, resulting 52nd overall in the 2018 draft. He played centre for Under-18 Team Belarus, scor- in the only shutout of the tournament ing three goals and 20 points in 31 games. Stepanov also took the ice for Belarus at in their 8-0 loss. the World U-18 championships in April. “It was a really good weekend on our The 6-foot-0, 165-pound Buyalsky was taken in the second round, 77th overall. He part, the bats just weren’t there when suited up at right wing for Team Belarus Under-17, scoring 19 goals and 48 points we needed them and that just happens in 49 games and also took the ice with Belarus at the 2018 Mac's Tournament in in baseball... 3-1 would get us to the Calgary, where he had five goals and six points in four games finishing second in final, but just that one game, our bats team scoring. were dead,” said Padres organizer The Warriors open training camp on Wednesday, Aug. 22 with team registration. Brett Walchuk. “Baseball is finicky Their first exhibition game is in the Regina Pats Tournament on Aug. 31 against the that way.” Saskatoon Blades at the Brandt Centre. The result was a 2-2 record. St. James finished at 3-1 – after defeating Border 15-2 and Prince George 11-2, only to fall 9-2 to Saskatoon in their final round robin game – to earn one final berth; Border earned the other spot after taking an 15-9 win over Saskatoon The Lynbrook Golf Club held their an- The Men’s Division of Super Senior for (2-2) and falling 18-5 to Prince George nual Club Championship over the week- men over the age of 70 was won by Marv (1-3) to go along with their win over end of Aug 18th and 19th/2018. Weather Maier with a two-day total of 155 fol- Moose Jaw. With victories over the conditions where excellent, as well as lowed by Ed Bekar with a score of 161. other 2-2 teams, the tiebreaker spot some of the scores coming in the excel- Low net in the Men’s Super Senior was was theirs.

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lent category. The 2018 Lynbrook Club Champion for the Men’s Division was won by Brett Sentes with a two total of 142, and that was par for the two days. Second the in championship for the Men was Dustin Usher and Dustin just edged out Nick Lepine by one stroke for 2nd place. The Ladies Club Champion for 2018 is Linda Stirton with a two-day total of 182. The score was 6 strokes better and Deb Firth, who carded a 188. In the low net division of the tournament, Debbie Higgins won the low net with a score of 146 to win via retrogression over Sharon Knittle with the identical score. The regular men’ division 1st flight was won by Scott McGregor with a score of 156 and that beat out Dean Spicer who shot a 160. Low net in that flight was Lee Moen and Kelly Larson, both with 147 but Lee won via retrogression. The 2nd fight in the Men’s division was won by Tim Peakman with a 166 and he beat out Larry Sentes who came in with a 175. The net side of that flight was won by Jim Keeping with a score of 139, and that was enough to beat out Vern MacDonald.

won Walter Zaluski at 128 and Barry Johnson came in 2nd with a score of 138. The 2nd Flight Super Senior was won by Don Thompson with a score of 175 and Alex Cameron came in 2nd at 180. The low net side of flight two was won by Merv Bruvold at 130 followed by Marv Schaitel at 136. This was the first year for the Super Senior Division and the family of Dave Banting, long time member who recently passed away donated a trophy in his memory. The Men’s Senior Division age 60 to 69 was won by Terry Schick with a two-day total of 149, and that was 5 better than Mark Thiele. Low net side of the flight was won by Marv Merkel with a score of 135, followed by Mike Fitzsimmons at 139. The 2nd flight of the Seniors was won by Fred Collins at 163, and that was one less than Brad Jackson who shot a 164. Low net in that flight was Ken Jattansingh at 134, and Steve Wright was next with a 138.

Moose Jaw Padres pitcher Taylor Elder delivers a pitch during the action from the Western Canada Baseball Association senior men’s championship.

“We didn’t win the whole thing so we’re not completely satisfied, but being the host team and coming out and ending up in a tiebreaker isn’t too bad,” Walchuk said. “Every other team brought their ‘A’ game this weekend and it ended up being a great weekend of ball.” Seeing the quality of offence on display through the three days of action was somewhat unexpected, especially given the quality of arms on display. “This tournament surprised us with the amount of hitting and quality of hitting we saw,” Walchuk said. “We had good pitching, everyone else had good pitching but guys were really putting the bat on the ball this weekend.” The tournament final ended up a classic back-and-forth contest between the two Manitoba representatives, with Border coming away with a 5-4 win to claim the WCBA senior men’s title.

Hole-in-One at Deer Ridge Nathan McDougall (age 13) scored a hole in one on hole #10 on the Deer Ridge Golf Course on July 26th. He used a 5 iron on the 108 yard hole. It was witnessed by Craig McDougall, Kelvin Hoff and Brodie Andrie.

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Celebrating the life of Yogi Huyghebaert

Hundreds honour former Snowbirds Commander and longtime MLA during special ceremony Randy Palmer - Moose Jaw Express

The standing-room-only, wall-to-wall crowd at the 15 Wing officer’s mess hall spoke to how much Delwood “Yogi� Huyghebaert meant to so many people. Huyghebaert, the former Snowbird Commander and long-time Wood River MLA, passed away on Aug. 2 at the age of 74. A celebration of his life was held on Monday, Aug. 13, drawing a host of luminaries from both military and political circles to sing his praises and pass on happy memories while offering condolences to wife of 52 years Phyllis and their family. “I think it’s fair to say our friend Yogi has most certainly the respect of people in all walks of life that he’s touched,� said Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe, shortly after a special service, saw a dozen friends and compatriots offer well-wishes and memories, including Moe himself. “Whether it’s in his personal life or growing up in southern Saskatchewan and throughout his very distinguished service in the Royal Canadian Air Force and culminating with recognition from the federal government and the Snowbirds, he meant an incredible amount to a lot of people.� “And then there are the friends and colleagues he touched in his ‘retirement years’ as they’ve become known, when he won four elections on behalf of the people of Wood River and served as a cabinet minister, as well as a military liaison, achieving many political milestones as well.� Huyghebaert’s entire life revolved around serving, first through a stunningly distinguished career in the military. Enrolling in the Royal Canadian Air Force in 1961, Huyghebaert became a fighter pilot and served with the 421 Strike/Attack Squadron in West Germany during the Cold War. Flying a wide range of now-venerable combat aircraft, including the CF-104 Starfighter and F-5, Huyghebaert quickly drew recognition for his skills in the cockpit, and it wasn’t long before the Snowbirds came calling. “You don’t get selected to be a Snowbird solo unless you’ve really exhibited some really, really fine flying characteristics,� lauded Dan Dempsey, also a former Snowbirds commander and a director on the Snowbirds Alumni Association. “Yogi’s team leader George Miller, he couldn’t be here today, but he just asked me to pass on to everybody what an important character Yogi was and what a

Delwood “Yogi� Huyghebaert gifted pilot he was. He did an excellent job in everything he did.� While Dempsey didn’t fly with Huyghebaert on the Snowbirds, he followed the exact same path with the team – first flying Snowbird 9 for two years and later becoming Snowbird 1. Huyghebaert flew as a soloist in 1974 and 1975, before serving as the lead for the 1985 and 1986 seasons. In 1987, Huyghebaert was awarded the Order of Military Merit for his exceptional service with the Canadian Forces. “I’ve known Yogi for a very long time, I first met him as a student in 1984 and he’s been a very influential character in a lot of our lives,� said Dempsey, who arrived mid-event after flying in from an air show in Abbotsford, B.C.. “There’s not a Snowbird alive who hasn’t known Yogi or been affected by Yogi over the years. He’s been a fixture here in Moose Jaw for so long, and I’m delighted to make it out here and share this time with a very, very special guy.� Huyghebaert retired from the Royal Canadian Air Force as a Lieutenant Colonel and was named honourary colonel of the 2 Canadian Forces Flying Training

Hundreds of people from all over Saskatchewan and Canada crowded the 15 Wing Officer’s Mess Hall for a celebration of life ceremony for Yogi Huyghebaert

School in 2011. Seeing the amazing turnout for the celebration of life came as no surprise to Dempsey. “I knew it would be big,� he said with a laugh. “I warned the Wing Commander’s secretary the other day that there would be a lot of people here and there are and it’s fitting. Yogi was a real iconic character, he was someone we all looked up to and respected, not only because of what he did but what he stood for. He was such a passionate supporter of the Canadian Forces and certainly the Snowbirds... We’re coming up to the (Snowbirds’) 50th anniversary in 2020 and the memories of him will be a huge part of that.� Huyghebaert’s military accomplishments would be more than enough for some,

but he wasn’t nearly done with public service. And with his election victory in 2000, Huyghebaert served as MLA for Wood River for the next four terms, covering 16 years until his retirement from politics in 2016. “When you look at the long list of impacts he’s had on people, in his military, political and personal lives, you know he’ll be missed,� Moe said. “As a friend, a confidante and a mentor for someone like myself; I spent time with Yogi after being elected in 2011 and was fortunate to do so. He always had time to talk about and share his life experiences and share advice he could provide... he’s a friend who will be dearly missed.� Huyghebaert’s decade and a half in the Saskatchewan legislature wasn’t spent idly – the list of his accomplishments and initiatives is as amazing as it is surprising. He spearheaded an overhaul of the provincial disaster assessment program, overseeing revisions that turned potentially slow response times into the far more streamlined approach the program uses today. After hearing the story of how a pair of young men rescued people trapped in a vehicles submerged in a slough, he went about creating a provincial heroism award for civilians. Veterans license plates and yellow ribbons on cars for families with those in the service; Huyghebaert was responsible. Knowing of his role with and dedication to the armed forces in the past, then-Saskatchewan premier Brad Wall worked with Huyghebaert to create a Military Liaison position for the government, a position that is now filled by Moose Jaw Wakamow MLA Greg Lawrence. Huyghebaert was so respected by his Wood River constituents that he was elected with 82 per cent of the vote in his final election in 2011. The memorial service fittingly closed with a fly-over by the Snowbirds, who did so in the ‘Missing Man’ formation.

Supporters of the Huyghebaert family look on as the Snowbirds perform a ‘missing man’ flyover in honour of former commander Yogi Huyghebaert during his celebration of life ceremony.

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National / International News BUSINESS

Corona brewer boosts stake in marijuana producer for $4B The parent company of Corona beer and other alcoholic drinks is expanding its partnership with a Canadian pot producer, betting on the continued growth in the medical and recreational cannabis markets. Constellation Brands Inc. said Wednesday it’s buying 104.5 million shares worth $4 billion in Canopy Growth Corp., boosting its stake in the company to 38 per cent after its existing warrants are exercised. The companies said the investment is the largest one to date in the cannabis sector. Constellation original-

ly invested in Canopy last October. Constellation will also get nearly 140 million new warrants it could exercise over the next three years. If it does so, Constellation will own a majority stake in the Smiths Falls, Ontario-based company. ``Constellation’s investment in Canopy is a large bet at a very rich price, which can only be justified if the company proves that it can benefit from the changing environment for cannabis in Canada and beyond,’’ said Linda Montag, senior vice-president

at Moody’s. Canopy plans to use the investment to build or acquire assets worldwide in the markets that allow medical marijuana. Constellation said the deal will add to its earnings starting in fiscal 2021. The Victor, New York-based company added that it won’t pursue other mergers, acquisitions or stock buybacks for up to two years until after the Canopy deal closes. © 2018 The Canadian Press


Women owned businesses generate $68,000 less revenue than men’s: survey By Armina Ligaya - THE CANADIAN PRESS

TORONTO _ When Dionne Laslo-Baker sought a bank loan to expand her burgeoning organic popsicle and freezies business in 2014, she was shocked by the patronizing feedback she says she received from a male banker. Her request for funding to scale up B.C.-based DeeBee’s Organics was ``quashed without question.’’ It was one of the first times she realized that women entrepreneurs face bigger barriers than their male counterparts. And a lack of access to capital is one of the biggest challenges for women entrepreneurs, a new study suggests. The wage gap between men and women has been long-standing _ women on average make 74 cents for every dollar of annual salary made by men,

according to the most recent Statistics Canada data _ but research from by PayPal Canada and consulting firm Barraza and Associates suggests that this dynamic also applies to those who own small-and- medium sized businesses as well. Businesses owned by women generate an average of $68,000 less revenue than men who run similar businesses, representing a gap of 58 per cent, according to the online survey of 1,000 Canadian small and medium-sized businesses between Jan. 26 and Feb. 28. The findings suggest that the median annual revenue for businesses owned by men across six different categories of firms, ranging from manufacturing to services, was $118,000, but just

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$50,000 for those owned by women. One barrier to growth for businesses headed by women is access to capital, the survey suggested. Roughly 53 per cent of women-owned businesses with an e-commerce component said it was ``easy’’ for their company to get business credit to grow their business, falling short of the 67 per cent of men who reported getting loans with ease, the survey found. There is some research that suggests that women tend to start businesses in sectors that have lower-growth rates, such as service-based businesses. There is a difference when it comes to seeking capital from investors. Despite challenges, DeeBees has continued to expand. Its frozen treats are sold at major grocery chains such as Metro and Sobeys, and in every Cana-

dian province and 20 states in the U.S. including California and New York. Laslo-Baker believes attitudes are slowly changing, with more people expressing that her background as a mother and female entrepreneur is an asset not a drawback, she said. The Liberal government has prioritized gender equality and increased participation in the workforce. Among the many initiatives aimed at this goal as part of its latest budget, Ottawa has allocated $1.4 billion over three years from the Business Development Bank in new financing for female entrepreneurs and $105 million over five years to help the regional development agencies support women-led businesses. © 2018 The Canadian Press


Not just land heat waves: Oceans are in hot water, too By Christina Larson - THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

WASHINGTON _ Even the oceans are breaking temperature records in this summer of heat waves. Off the San Diego coast, scientists earlier this month recorded all-time high seawater temperatures since daily measurements began in 1916. Between 1982 and 2016, the number of ``marine heat waves’’ roughly doubled, and likely will become more common and intense as the planet warms, a study released Wednesday found. Prolonged periods of extreme heat in the oceans can damage kelp forests and coral reefs, and harm fish and other marine life. Many sea critters have evolved to survive within a fairly narrow band of temperatures compared to creatures on land, and even incremental warming can be disruptive. Some free-swimming sea animals like bat rays or lobsters may shift their routines. But stationary organisms like coral reefs and kelp forests ``are in real peril. In 2016 and 2017, persistent high ocean temperatures off eastern Australia killed off as much as half of the shallow water corals of the Great Barrier Reef _ with significant consequences for other creatures dependent upon the reef. Changes in ocean circulation associated with warmer surface waters will likely mean decreased production of phytoplankton _ the tiny organisms that form the basis of the marine food web, he said. Marine biologists nicknamed a patch of persistent high temperatures in the Pacific Ocean between 2013 and 2016 ``the Blob.’’ During that period, decreased phytoplankton production led to a cascading lack of food for many species, causing thousands of California sea lion pups to starve, said Miller, who had no role in the Nature study. © 2018 The Canadian Press

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National / International News INTERNATIONAL

Danes to fence German border to stop boars with swine fever By Jan M. Olsen - THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

COPENHAGEN _ Denmark is to erect a 70-kilometre (43.4-mile) fence along the German border to keep out wild boars, in the hope of preventing the spread of African swine fever, which can jeopardize the country’s valuable pork industry. Denmark’s Environmental Protection Agency said it had approved the outline for the steel fence, which will be up to 1.5 metres (5 feet) tall. Construction is slated to start next year. Lawmakers approved the fence in June, among a raft of measures aimed at stopping the spread of African swine fever, which has been reported in the European Union, chiefly in the Baltics, Poland and Romania. Critics say the 30 million kroner ($4.5 million) fence will harm wildlife and is a symbolic gesture tackling

a largely non-existent problem. The fence would be out up in such a manner that ``people and transportation could still be able to cross in accordance with (the EU’s border-free) Schengen zone, said Bent Rasmussen, of Denmark’s Environmental Protection Agency. He also conceded that wild animals could, in theory, pass through 15 gaps in the fence where it crosses highways, roads and streams. Environment minister Jakob Ellemann-Jensen warned in June that Denmark’s pork exports to nonEU countries _ worth 11 billion kroner ($ 1.6 billion) annually _ could be affected. Total Danish pork exports were worth about 30 billion kroner ($4.55 billion) in 2016. Unlike swine flu, African swine fever doesn’t affect

humans but it can be deadly for domestic and wild boars, and cause massive losses for farmers. According to the European statistical agency Eurostat, there are some 150 million pigs in the EU, far outnumbering cattle and other bovines, the second-largest livestock category with 89 million head. Eurostat says 40 per cent of the EU’s pigs are in Spain and Germany, with significant numbers also in France, Denmark, the Netherlands and Poland. Denmark, known for its quality bacon, is the only EU country where pigs outnumber people, with 215 pigs to every 100 residents. © 2018 The Canadian Press


Hawaii to allow Lyft, Uber to operate at Honolulu airport HONOLULU _ Hawaii will allow ride-hailing services to operate at the Honolulu airport on a permanent basis after changes were approved to administration rules. Uber and Lyft, which the state refers to as transportation network companies, have operated at the Daniel K. Inouye International Airport since December

2017 under a pilot program to test feasibility. Gov. David Ige signed off on the amended rules that go into effect Aug. 24, allowing the transportation companies licensed by the state to apply for a permit from the state Department of Transportation. The decision followed a series of pub-


Mexico City restaurant busted over protected tarantula tacos MEXICO CITY _ Fancy a tarantula taco for a cool $27? Not so fast, Mexican authorities say. A Mexico City market restaurant recently put the arachnids on its menu and posted a video on Facebook showing a chef torching one until blackened. The only problem: The Mexican red rump tarantula is a protected species. The federal environmental protection agency said Tuesday it was alerted to the situation via social media and seized four tarantula corpses that were ready to be served up on tortillas. The tarantula tacos were apparently on offer for 500 pesos, or 50 times the price of a basic street taco. The restaurant’s menu also features other creepy-crawlies such as grasshoppers, worms and ant eggs, which have a long tradition in Mexican cuisine, and scorpions, which are less common. © 2018 The Canadian Press


Cuba and Canada sign agreement to fight sex trafficking By Associated Press - THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

HAVANA _ Cuba and Canada have signed an agreement to reinforce co-operation on sex trafficking of minors and women, pledging to track and apprehend citizens from either country engaged in exploitation of children and adolescents for pornography or sexual abuse. A superintendent of the Canadian Royal Mounted Police charged with tracking sexual abuse of minors by Canadian citizens says the agreement will enhance the efforts by both sides to monitor and impede sexual crimes

against women and minors in both countries. Marie-Claude Arsenault says it provides a legal framework for pursuing cases leading to prosecution for such crimes. The agreement calls for greater information sharing, joint investigations, and prosecution of suspects by either country. A million Canadians travel to Cuba on holiday every year. © 2018 The Canadian Pres

lic meetings held across the state on the proposed changes, the first rule changes for commercial services at airports since 2002. Uber and Lyft will continue to use two designated areas to pick up passengers at the Honolulu airport. Passenger drop-offs are allowed at airports on other Hawaii islands, but

permitting and pickup operations for ride-hailing services have not been established, state officials said. The transportation department plans to review each island’s licensing regulations regarding the amended administrative rules at the airports. © 2018 The Canadian Press

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MOTORBIKES & SNOWMOBILES For sale: one snowbear 4 by 8 ft new take off sides & wired with lights. Ph 306-972-9172 RV’S & MARINE Air head round tube for behind boat, comes with tow rope and harness, great shape no leaks - $100 306-681-8749 For sale: 12 ft aluminum bost Lund. 8 HP motor, Evinrude trailer, easy load. Reduced. Call 306-692-9423 FARMS, SUPPLIES & LIVESTOCK Weanlings feeders, & butcher pigs for sale at 306-354-7769 TOOLS & EQUIPMENT

Mini Pyramex Safety Glasses $2.00. Steeled Toed Boots $50.00. 306-631-9800 *boots

Premium Safety Eyewear $5.00 Great for paintballing as well!!! 306-631-9800 For sale: 12 lbs of 1-1/4 in gyprock screws. 75 lbs of self leveling compound. 50 lbs of mortar (grey colour) (all new material) Ph 306-972-9172 New plumbing fitting & water lines. Ph 306-972-9172 New steel fence gate black lock & handle. 306-972-9172 FOR RENT For rent: 2 bedroom, lower level suite asking $1100/ month plus damage deposit of $500. Washer, dryer, fridge, stove, dishwasher, microwave. Utilities provided. Separate entrance. Garage parking. Adults only, no pets, no smoking. For more information please contact jo ann @ 306-692-8737 or email jelybn@live.ca


CREASED. PLEASE PHONE 306-631-9800 TO ARRANGE A CONVENIENT TIME FOR VIEWING. For rent: Two bedroom basement suite, large windows, fridge, stove, washer, dryer, private entrance, heat & water, garage. $700.00. $300.00 damage deposit. Phone 306693-9427. If no answer, leave message & will return call

N e w Murder Mystery Games. $5.00/ each.306631-9800 Wheel Chair Accessible Signs $2.00/ each New. 306-6319800 Pitney Bowes Scale $25.00. 306-631-9800

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$50.00. 306-631-9800 Set of 4 Work Station Desk, Good Condition. $600.00. 306-631-9800 Vintage Crendenza $125.00. 306-631-9800

Phones. $100.00 takes the lot! 306-631-9800

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2 Bedroom House available September 1st. Located on South Hill. Fridge, stove, washer, dryer included in this home. Rent: $1050.00/ month, yard maintenance included. 1st month rent and $1050.00 damage to move in. Plus utilities. Pets negotiable. No smoking in the house. Detached garage and small storage shed included with the house. Receiving applications and references now. Contact Robbyn at 306-630-4458 For rent: Sm house f/s w/dr and deep freezer. 692-2822 or 630-2417 For Rent luxury living in Moose Jaw location, heated parking, elevators, In-suite laundry, rent includes cable and heat. 2 bedroom 2 bath up to 1200 sq ft, Experienced caretakers 306-694-4747. For Rent: A spacious, bright furnished bedroom on the main level of our home. $650.00 per month. Damage deposit equal to one month’s rent required.  Ideal for a single working person, a student or apprentice.  Includes use of kitchen (supply own food) shared bathroom and laundry. Use of exercise equipment in family room. Located near schools and bus route. Must be a quiet tenant; no pets allowed; no parties; no smoking indoors. Available immediately. References required. For more information please call 306-692-0836 (Moose Jaw). REAL ESTATE For Sale Downtown Moose Jaw 4 chair salon business for sale. Well established. Fully furnished, turn key ready, stock included. $19,500.00 all reasonable offers considered. To view, call (306)693-3676 or (306)799-4242 or email to : tnt@sasktel.net. MUSIC & INSTRUMENTS Records for sale: Long play’s mixture of diff singers. Also 78’s dating back in years. Phone 306-691-0857 Cabinet stereo in good shape. $100.00. Phone 306-6910857 MISCELLANEOUS Janitorial Mop Bucket Excellent condition. $25.00 306-6319800 Oh boys, do I remember these.

Desk can be configured left or right 6’x6’, 6’x7.5 or 7.5’x7.5’ Over 30 must be sold Desk $200.00 Desk & Hutch $275.00 City delivery $65.00 Call Rob at 306-690-5903

Chair to donate for the Museum annual chair fundraiser. Sure someone could make a gem out of this one. It’s yours. 306-631-9800 Real Barber chair and treadmill, both good quality. $350 each or best offer. 684-4991. Metal garbage can - $2 306681-8749 HOUSEHOLD ITEMS For sale: 2 plush forest green lazy boy chairs good condition. Phone 306-693-3033 Glass microwave turn plate $2 306-681-8749 OFFICE FUNITURE & EQUIPMENT File Box $10.00. 306-6319800

Herman Miller Table Just like new. $200.00 City delivery $65.00 Call Rob for additional information 306-690-5903

I have 8 Work Stations for sale. 8’ long x 7’ tall. Very good construction. $100 each. Please call 306-631-9800 to arrange for viewing. Round Table Excellent Condition, $50. Please call 306-6319800 to arrange a convenient time for viewing. Metal Desk Good condition $35. Please call 306-6319800 to arrange a convenient time to view.

COUNCILLOR FOR DIVISION NO.2 COUNCILLOR FOR DIVISION NO.4 COUNCILLOR FOR DIVISION NO.6 will be received by the undersigned at the municipal office during normal office hours until Wednesday, September 19th, 2018 at 4:00pm local time. Nomination forms may be obtained from the municipal office. Dated this 16th day of August, 2018. Jaimie Paranuik Returning Officer

Children Socks Mix and Match, your choice .50 per sock 306631-9800 CLOTHING New Gore-Tex Men Work Pants built for maximised ruggedness and are ideal for extreme & extended use. $100.00. 306631-9800 Workmen Rainwear Rain Jacket $20.00. 306-631-9800 *rain jackets LAWN & GARDEN Pop-up gazebo steel frame 10x10 treated palystin roof, screens & carry bag included. 692-2815 SPORTS 4 x 8 Pool table, ball rack, cues, plus regulation table tennis top for on top. All $300.00 306693-3377 One doz. golf balls $3. Three NEW golf club head covers $10. Phone: 306-692-5318 Newly built birdhouses, assorted sizes and shapes, roof comes off for cleaning - $5 each 306-681-8749 HEALTH & BEAUTY SUPPLIES

Foot Spa $2.00 Pamper yourself! 306-631-9800

Ped Egg $2.00 Works Great! 306-631-9800 Dual Sided Back Scrubber $3.00. 306-6319800

Looking for a truck cap for 6.5’ long Call 306_313_7788 I pay cash for tractors up to 50 HP, running or not, and 3 point hitch equipment, Call or text 306-641-4447 Camping Trailer Wanted - Im looking for a small camping trailer under 15’. Boler, trillium or something similar. Nothing with mould or water damage. Please call 306-690-5903 or email Kristonemasonry@ gmail.com SERVICES Will do general painting & contracting, interior & exterior. Free estimates, 30 years experience. Phone 306-972-9172 Will fix & sell Lewis Cattle oiler. Phone 306-972-9172 Will pick up move haul and deliver any furniture anywhere in around Moose Jaw - $35 and up 306-681-8749 Junk to the dump in and around Moose Jaw - $35 and up 306-681-8749 Deliveries & odd jobs. Dump hauls, landscaping, demolition, clean eavestrough. 306-6923615 Dwayne GARAGE SALES Hugh yard sale every Saturday 8-12. 44 Fairford St., W., Moose Jaw, right across from the police station. Something for everyone. Call 631-9800 to book your free spot!! Garage Sale: Fri Aug 24 10-5, Sat Aug 25 9-3 430 Stadacona St E. Brassware, books, bikes & miscellaneous Garage Sale August 24-25 Friday- 1-6 Saturday 9-4 1338 7th Ave NW Multi-family garage sale with a variety of items. Lots of children’s toys, accessories and jewelry. Also boasts a selection of newly crocheted toques and cowls

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Office Chairs A large variety of Office Chairs. $25.00/each. 306-631-9800 Desk Good condition $75. Please call 306-631-9800 to arrange a convenient time to view. Security 4 Drawer Lateral File Cabinet - High End. $295.00/ Each 306-631-9800 New Fluorescent Light $10.00. 306-631-9800

4 Desk Workstation with Filing Cabinet & Dividers Lovely Workstation. New Condition. $1,000.00 306-631-9800 Magnetic Lights Will attach to any metal backing. $5.00/ each. 306-6319800 2 Drawer Filing Cabinet. Excellent Condition

Desk $35.00 Good condition. Please call 306-631-9800 to arrange a convenient time to view. Shelving $15.00 Fair condition. Please call 306631-9800 to arrange a convenient time to view. 3 drawer desk unit - $25.00 Excellent condition. Please call 306-631-9800 to arrange a convenient time to view. 3 Chair Unit - $50.00 Excellent condition. Please call 306631-9800 to arrange a convenient time to view.

Soap - New packages of Soap. $1.00/each. 306-631-9800

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New in package Sole Cleaner. Awesome foot massager! $3.00/each. 306-631-9800 WANTED Wanted We recently retired here in the city and are looking for some space in a secure garage to rent. In addition to rent, I would be willing to do minor repairs if needed. I have experience in construction trades that enables me to save the right people a substantial amount of expenses. Call 306 631 6643. If I’m not at home please leave a message and I will return your call.

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Household hazardous waste collection day August 25th The City of Moose Jaw’s annual ‘Household Hazardous Waste Collection Day” returns Saturday, August 25. From 9:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m. Moose Jaw residents are invited to dispose of hazardous materials at the City Complex, 1010 High St. West. Hazardous items that will be accepted include: - Aerosols - Cleaning products - Pesticides - Fertilizers - Batteries - Lightbulbs Items NOT eligible for disposal at Household Hazardous Waste Collection Day include: Electronics and paint (accepted at SARCAN) - Oil and antifreeze (accepted at the City of Moose Jaw Sanitary Landfill) For more information on Household Hazardous Waste Collection Day, you can visit www.MooseJaw.ca.

Be Mindful of Your Mindfulness by Dr. Steven Heidinger, Moose Jaw Chiropractor Most of us live with stress. Physical, emotional, chemical, spiritual, financial. At some point in time most of us experience one, two or maybe all of these stresses. This is probably why self-improvement is a multibillion-dollar industry. A word that I consistently come across in this realm of self-help is the term “mindfulness”. Mindfulness, or being mindful, is something that I had never really taken seriously because it was a word that I felt was tossed around too easily without people (myself included) really not understanding what it truly means. This is ironic in that the word mindful, basically means being aware. One definition of mindfulness is “the quality or state of being conscious or aware of something…a mental state achieved by focusing one’s awareness on the present moment…” (Dictionary.com). An easy way to understand this concept is when you recall periods of time that go by without conscious awareness. Take driving a car for example. For years I used to commute approximately an hour to and from work. Most of this was highway driving, and all too often I felt like my brain was on cruise control as was the car itself. I


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would get to my destination without recalling the previous hour. In other words, I was not practicing “mindful driving”. Most of us go thought our days being unaware of the present. Along with mindless driving, there are other common activities that are often done without present-time awareness. Mindless eating, mindless working, mindless parenting and mindless shopping are just a few of these activities. So, what is the big deal? What is so wrong about living parts of our lives on cruise control? For one, how does one expect to perform at their best when one is not fully aware of just the present. Whether you call it day-dreaming or just inattentiveness, not being fully invested with the task at hand usually results in mediocrity or worse, failure. My own business coaches consistently stress the concept of “present time consciousness” when seeing patients in my practice. Being less than 100 percent aware of the present is a disservice to the people that seek my care. Mindfulness is a skill not easily learned and maintained by most. Our minds can be cluttered with the past and the future and distracted by other present-time activities that surround us. When mindfulness is achieved, it has been proven that brain health is improves and stress is reduced. Present-time thinking and eliminating distraction takes practice. One can start by using one’s senses to experience is right inStreet front ofEast them. Concentrating on 60 what Athabasca your breathing, relaxing any muscle tension and focusing 306-692-0533 onMinister: the sights and sounds (or even smells and tastes) of Rev. Jim Tenford Music Director: the present will blockKaren out thePurdy distractions. This is not unlike meditation and 14 is common th , 2017in the practice of yoga, Sunday, May as these activities encourage the brain to focus on present Worship Service 10:30am and positive thoughts and feelings. & Sunday School

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Sleep like a Baby Having trouble sleeping, friends? I was reminded me of all the lessons I’ve learned in life regarding sleep when talking with a friend the other day. If this is something you struggle with or know someone else who does, listen in. First things first: Did you know that God desires that you sleep well? He promises in Psalm 127:2, “It is in vain that you rise up early and go late to rest, eating the bread of anxious toil; for he gives to his beloved sleep.” God has created sleep. There are many benefits of a good, deep sleep; in fact, healing and restoration comes to our body and brain when we get a full night’s sleep. It is proven to increase our memory, help us live longer, curb inflammation, lower stress, avoid accidents, keep us sharper, reduce fatigue in the day, and steer us clear of depression. There are many ways I have promoted getting a good sleep in our home. After we’ve established the fact that God wants us to have good sleep, there are other factors that can come into play in order to get a good sleep. Something I put into practice early on with our sweet peas was developing a bed-time routine. We have regular bedtimes; earlier than most families. Hygiene is important too; there are very few nights that the sweet peas don’t hit the shower. Sometimes it’s a quick dip, other times it is a good long soak, depending on the circumstances of the day. There is something to be said about going to bed clean; a few minutes under the shower or in the tub help to relax the body. Another step we take in bedtime is slowing the action down before bedtime. Quietness and no screens in the last hour before bed help them to settle down. A few minutes at their bedside to do devotions and chat is important. The moments my mom spent with me were important when I was growing up; I intend to keep that going with my girls. Up until the girls were about 10 years old, I also played peaceful praise and worship music on their CD players until I went to bed. This was two-fold. It helped foster an atmosphere of peace and softened sharp noises from the family home. Another powerful part to our sleep is having the confidence to say that fear is not allowed. Fear is a spirit; not an emotion. “For God has not given me a spirit of fear, but of power, love and a sound mind.” 2 Timothy 1:7 Nightmares, fear of the dark, worry and anxiety is not allowed in our home. We take authority over it in the name of Jesus. You see, God has given us His authority on this earth and any evil spirit that tries to enter our home must leave. We also make sure nothing evil enters our home through material goods bought from auctions or otherwise. We cover our possessions with the blood of Jesus and if there isn’t peace about something, we will burn it or pray over it to cleanse it. We have made the decision that our home is a godly home and that no form of evil is allowed. We choose not to watch or listen to what doesn’t represent good or God. This also brings peace to our home. Although I haven’t touched on all the ways that we promote good sleep in our home, I hope that some of these tips will help you! Sleep deep, sleep well dear readers.



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BRUCE Thora Mavis Bruce (née Young), aged 99 years of Moose Jaw, SK passed away on Tuesday, May 8th, 2018. Thora was born on the farm at Stoney Beach, SK on December 9th, 1918. She received her education at Eastview School. Thora married Stuart Bruce in 1940 and together they raised 4 children. Thora’s interests were curling, baseball, and cards. Her butter tarts and buns were the best and her pastries were second to none. Knitting and embroidery occupied her time in later years. Thora loved her electric organ and her plants. After selling her house, Thora moved to Mulberry Estates before living out her remaining years at Caleb Village. She loved her family and adored her grandchildren. Thora kept her wonderful sense of humour right up till the end. She was in control of her life, in control of her passing, and in control of her destiny. She was predeceased by her parents, Joseph and Alberta Young; brother and sister-in-law, Ross and Winnifred Young; son, Ronn; and grandson, Jason. Thora will be lovingly remembered by her daughter, Brenda (Len) Powell; son, Vic (Patricia) Bruce; daughter, Cheryl (Rod) Letendre; 10 grandchildren, 10 great-grandchildren, and 1 great-great-grandchild; as well as numerous other relatives. A private family graveside service will be held. A Celebration of Thora’s Life will be held on Saturday, August 25th, 2018 from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. at the Shriner’s Club Hall, 1767 Main St N, Moose Jaw, SK. Flowers are gratefully declined. As an expression of sympathy, donations in Thora’s name may be made to The Moose Jaw Humane Society, Box 1658, Station Main, Moose Jaw, SK S6H 7K7. Arrangements are entrusted to Moose Jaw Funeral Home, 268 Mulberry Lane. Todd Sjoberg, Funeral Director 306693-4550 www.moosejawfuneralhome.com

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Garry Walter passed away Wednesday, January 10, 2018 in Moose Jaw at the age of 72 years. He was born to Stanley Frank and Mabel Emma Constance (nee. Snell) Shepherd on Feb. 18, 1945 in Ottawa, Ontario. Mabel and children at the end of the war moved to Briercrest, SK. to live with Grandma Snell until Stan, his dad left the Air Force. The family then moved to Hearne Sask. where Stan farmed. Garry attended Amherst school, then went to High School in Briercrest. Upon graduation Garry joined the Air force and attended Royal Roads in Victoria. As he was color blind he was forced to join the Army. Garry mustered out and returned to Moose Jaw to work for the Bank of Montreal. He later studied to be a Chartered Professional Accountant. He and two associates started their own accounting business (Boadway, Shepherd and Tiede) in Moose Jaw. Following that, he was Business Operations Manager for Moose Jaw Housing, until his retirement in 2003. Garry was also on the Moose Jaw Housing Authority Board with cousins Mary and Heather until his passing. Garry enjoyed baseball, curling, bowling, golf and walking. Garry will be missed by his family and many friends in Moose Jaw and area. Garry was predeceased by his parents, Stanley and Mabel; his sister Linda Faye Johnson; uncles, William Snell, John Albert Snell, Leonard Fenske, Jerry Lambertus, Gordon Shepherd, Walter Shepherd, Glen Shepherd; aunts, Lenora Snell, Marjorie Jukes, Marlene Snell, Mildred Shepherd, Merville Shepherd, Marion Snell, Darlene Shepherd, Beryl Lambertus, Hazel Shepherd; cousins, Shelly Ann Fenske. Donalda Fenske, Bejal Snell, Tammy Shepherd, Jamie Snell, Mark Doucette, and Allan Lambertus. Garry is survived by sister, Gayle Wagner (Dudley); nephew, Chris (Becky); great nephews, Quintin and Jacob; brother-in-law, Grant Johnson (Cathy); niece, Lenora; nephew, Evan; great nephews, Jakob and Caeleb; his Aunt Decima Mary Fenske and Uncle Harral Jukes. He is survived by many cousins. A Graveside Service will take place Thursday, August 16, 2018 at 4:00PM, at Rosedale Cemetery. Those attending can wait at the cemetery gates, at 3:50PM the procession will be lead to the graveside. Memorial Donations may be made to the Canadian Diabetes Association (919B Albert St, Regina, SK S4R 2P6). In living memory of Garry, a memorial tree planting will be made by JONES Funeral Home. Please sign the memorial register at website: www.wjjonesandson.com (Obituaries). Stephanie Lowe - Funeral Director


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COMING EVENTS Please note that coming events are placed where space is available and that priority is given to local non-profit groups and organizations.

FARM CREDIT CANADA (FCC) DRIVE AWAY HUNGER ‘FILL THE BUCKET BBQ’ will be held on August 21st from 11am-2pm at FCC Parking Lot, 1216 Main St. N. Hot Dogs and Hamburgers; all proceeds with go to the Moose Jaw Food Bank. Bring food or a cash donation to fill the bucket. DOWNTOWN MOOSE JAW GUIDED WALKING TOURS By “Fun Matters” on Saturdays from 10:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. leaving hourly. Book by calling 306.691.2015. Cost $10pp – Children under 6 FREE. Tours start at The Souvenir Shop, 207 Main St. N. THE 2018 SEASON OF CONCERTS IN THE PARK sponsored by Investors Group. The concerts are free and take place at the Crescent Park Amphitheatre every Wednesday from 7 to 8:30 p.m. A collection for the Health Foundation will follow. Everyone is welcome: Aug. 22: The Twilighters (6:30 – 8:00 pm). THE DUPLICATE BRIDGE CLUB INTRODUCTORY BRIDGE LESSONS are held on Tuesday Evenings from 7:00-9:00 P.M. at the Comfort Inn. Cost is $45. Call Rae at 306-692-6074 for more information or to register. CNIB IS LOOKING FOR VOLUNTEERS FROM MOOSE JAW: There will be a Peer Group starting in Moose Jaw that will run once a month on the third Tuesday of the month starting September 18th. The location and time are still to be determined. For individuals 55+ who are blind or partially sighted, this group allows participants to connect with others who are experiencing similar circumstances, to participate in social gatherings, and the opportunity to learn from guest speakers about a variety of relevant topics. Someone to lead this group is needed. The Vision Mate Program matches individuals living with vision loss with specially-trained volunteers who offer companionship and one-on-one assistance with day-to-day tasks and errands. Vision mate volunteers assist individuals with a variety of activities, including reading mail, grocery shopping, errands, labeling and organizing household items, as well as enjoying leisure and recreational activities together – like playing cards and going for walks. For more information or to volunteer call Ashley at 306-565-5413 or email: Ashley.nemeth@cnib.ca. SURVIVORS OF SUICIDE Grief Support Group for those who have experienced the death of a Loved One by Suicide Next Meeting: Wed. August 22, 2018 7:30pm to 9:00pm at Crescent Park Event Centre 262 Athabasca St. E. Everyone is Welcome. NIGHT GOLF at Lybrook Golf Course on August 24th. Fun time for all. Shotgun start at 5:00 on the front nine and after dusk we will play on the back with activated LED glow balls. Members: $25.00 and non-members: $60.00. Limited entries so register early and call now. 306-692-2838. SOUTH SASKATCHEWAN INDEPENDENT LIVING CENTRE is accepting ongoing registrations for the Employment Services Program. The organization provide support with looking for employment, creating a resume and cover letters. In addition, there is a partnership with the Neil Squire Society and offers 10 weeks of computer training. FREE!! Call today: 306-692-7452 ELKS FUNDRAISER MEAT DRAW RAFFLES are held every Friday evening at 5:30 PM in the Legion lounge. There are eight chances to win meat, a teddy bear draw and a 50-50 draw. It’s a great way to start the weekend! Funds raised support Elks projects. ROYAL CANADIAN LEGION – Branch 59 Moose Jaw, 268 High St W: Contact 306-692-5453 Like us on Facebook @ Royal Canadian Legion Branch 59 Moose Jaw. Summer Hours in the Lounge – August - Mon-Fri 12noon6pm; Sat 10am to business decline. VETERANS MORNING COFFEE -- Monday-Saturday @ 10:00 am in the Legion Lounge SATURDAY Legion Meat Draw in the lounge @ 3:00 pm -- Everyone welcome. FOOT CARE CLINIC for Legion Members – last Thursday of the month – please call for an appointment COSMO SENIORS’ CENTRE, 235 Third Ave. N.E. For more information call (306) 692-6072.

Line Dancing Classes will begin for the season on Monday September 20th from 10am-1130am at the Community Centre. Fee $3 per session. Newcomers are welcome to join for fun and exercise. Instructors are Lillian Wadham and Donna Douglas. For more information call 306.692.7365. Billiards every Monday at 6 p.m. and Thursday at 6 p.m. Last BBQ for the Year on Thursday, August 23rd from 5-6 pm. Cost $10. Maxi Bridge Tournament on Saturday, August 25th at 10:00 a.m. Cost $15 includes lunch. Mini Cribbage Tournament on August 28th. Military Whist Tournament on Friday, August 31st at 10:00 a.m. Cost $12 includes lunch. MOOSE JAW & DISTRICT SENIORS’ ASSOCIATION @Timothy Eaton Garden – 101-510 Main St N. For more information or the regular listing of ongoing daily events call 306-694-4223 or mjsenior@ sasktel.net Fall Fashion Show on Friday, August 31st from 2-4pm. Cost $5. Social Dance on Saturday, September 1st from 8pmmidnight featuring Leon Ochs. Cost $14. Get your tickets early. ARMY NAVY AND AIR FORCE VETERANS, 279 High St. W. Phone 306.693.1656. Anavets Meat Draw held every Saturday afternoon at 4:30 p.m. Everyone Welcome. Anavets Tuesday and Thursday Fun Pool League starts at 7 p.m. Everyone Welcome. Army Navy Airforce Club Supper: BBQ Hamburgers, variety of salads, baked beans and dessert on Thursday, August 30th from 5:30-6:30 p.m. at 279 High St. W. Tickets $13pp – cutoff August 29th. Pickup tickets at 279 High St. W or call to reserve tickets @306.692.4412. FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES, 561 Home St. W, Moose Jaw. Eagles Darts every Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. Come in and give it a try. Teams are picked every Wednesday. Eagles “Free” Video Dance Party every Thursday at 7 p.m. (Year Round) Music requests, Pool, Cards & Social MOOSE JAW & DISTRICT CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 31ST ANNUAL GOLF TOURNAMENT at Hillcrest Golf Course on September 6th with shotgun start Best Ball at 12:30 PM. For prices/registration please contact Chamber of Commerce Event Coordinator Barry Watson at 306.630.4041 or email barry@mjchamber.com . YOGA LOFT OPEN HOUSE will be held on Wednesday September 12th at 7:00pm! This is specifically for new people who want to try out yoga/have never tried yoga before! -There will be an information session along side a FREE Yoga class with the Yoga Loft Owner, Robyn Cunningham! -This will be the time to come and ask questions about yoga, about poses, class descriptions, names, benefits and so much more!! Come experience a free class in the studio and get to know your surroundings! There will also be sales on certain passes! You don’t need to bring anything other than something comfortable to wear for yourself! Everything else is provided at the Yoga Loft! HABITAT FOR HUMANITY 3RD ANNUAL 5KM WALK OR SKIP on Saturday, September 15th at 301 River Park Drive in Wakamow Valley; 9:45 a.m. Opening Ceremonies, 10:00 a.m. Run Begins. Early Bird Registration Fee $30 until and including August 31st. Registration Fee after August 31st is $45. Ages 5-10 yrs $15. Register online at www.eventbrite.ca and search HFH Moose Jaw 5KM Colour Run. For more information call Heidi @306.631.2840. LINE DANCING CLASSES will begin for the season on Monday September 17th from 10am-11:30 am in the Community Centre at Church of Our Lady, 566 Vaughan St. Fee $3 per class. Line dancing is simply about having fun, healthy exercise and making friends. Everyone welcome. For more information call Donna Douglas @306.692.7365. GRANDMOTHER’S 4 GRANDMOTHERS Moose Jaw Roast Beef Fundraiser will be held Thursday, Sept. 27th from 5 pm – 8 pm at Bugsy’s in the Town &

Country Mall Moose Jaw. Tickets $20. Tickets will be sold at the CO-OP Aug 23 - Thurs) & Aug 30 (Thurs) between 1 pm –6 pm. Proceeds will help AIDS Orphans & their Caregivers in Africa. Funds food banks, schools, medical clinics…more! Local group: 306-693-3848 or 306-693-4496. ZION’S FALL GARAGE SALE – Fri, Sept. 28 & Sat, Sept. 29: Cleaning out? Downsizing? We can help by finding new homes for your items! Please drop items off during office hours. Office will open on Tuesday, Sept. 4. We are accepting good quality items for the sale now until Sept. 25. Please NO large appliances, nor mattresses. OKTOBERFEST DANCE (German Theme – Dress-up is optional) with music by the “Bromantics” on Saturday, September 29th at Church of Our Lady Hall, 566 Vaughn Street. Ticket $30pp by calling Fiorina 306.693.6517 or 306.690.1462/Lloyd @306.694.4121 or 306.631.4129. Doors open 7pm; Dance 8pm. Cash Bar with Late Lunch Served. Sponsored by Friendly City Optimist Club. ZION’S FLEA MARKET/TRADE SHOW – Fri, Oct. 19 & Sat, Oct. 20: If you or someone you know would be interested on entering Zion’s Flea Market/Trade Show, please contact the church office at 306-692-3842 or Annette Stevenson at 306-694-1020. Tables $25 each or two for $40. Kitchen open to purchase lunch & Coffee & Tea. Wheelchair Accessible and no charge at door. Accepting items for Food Bank at the door. MOOSE JAW CONCERT BAND: If you play an instrument, you are welcome to join the Moose Jaw Concert Band. Rehearsals are Thursdays at 7:15 p.m. in the Vanier Collegiate Band room. If you need more info, please e-mail kurt.gillett@gmail.com . ASPERGER’S PEER SUPPORT GROUP FOR ADULTS meets at Moose Jaw Public Library Meeting Rm the last Monday of each month from 7-8:30 p.m. Come and share ideas, experiences and have some fun. For more info call CMHA at 306.692.4240. TUESDAYS BINGO at Church of Our Lady Parish Hall; 7 p.m. start. Doors open at 6 p.m. MOOSE JAW MULTICULTURAL COUNCIL INC. WOMEN’S GROUP meets every Tuesday morning from 10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. in the Church of God Basement, 50 Hochelaga St. E. Practice English; coffee & snacks; build new friendships; clothing swaps; activities & support. Everyone Welcome. Places for children to play. Contact Melissa for more information at 306-693-4677. MOOSE JAW BAND CITY BAND: Band practices held Monday evenings 7:15 to 8:45 p.m. in the Legion (upstairs ballroom), 268 High Street W. Can you play a reed or brass instrument? Amateur or advanced musicians welcome. Bring your favorite swing melodies. To learn more, come to band practice or contact the band leader at 693-6262. SEA CADETS is Open to Teens 12-18: the program is free and is sponsored by the Department of National Defence and the Navy League branch. You have the opportunity to learn to sail, learn rope work and other ship operations as in navigation semaphore and communication, and also have the opportunity to travel with the Sea Cadet deployments to places like India, Japan and other coastal communities, but let’s not forget about summer training. You can go to summer camp for 2,3 or 4-week courses and you are given a training bonus, so that’s like getting paid to go to camp. Cadets meet Monday nights at 6:30 p.m. at the Armouries at the top of Main St. THE FRIENDLY CITY OPTIMIST CLUB invites everyone to meetings at the Heritage Inn on the second and fourth Tuesdays of each month. Social at 6:00 p.m./Supper at 6:30 p.m./meeting at 7:00 p.m. For more information call 306.694.4121 or email lpethick@sasktel.net TAOIST TAI CHI TM CLASSES: Beginners classes on Wednesdays 6-7pm/Saturdays 11:00 a.m. to noon. Continuing classes are Wednesdays from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m./Saturdays 9:30 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. Information available by calling 306-693-9034. MOOSE JAW ROTARY CLUB meets Mondays at noon at the Heritage Inn. Information available at 306692-3842.


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City Presents Beautification Awards The City of Moose Jaw presented their annual Beautification Awards during the meeting of city council on Aug. 13. Honours were presented in five categories:

Beautification Best Environmentally Conscious Violet and Sam Dzurka accept the Best Environmentally Conscious Award, recognizing the best employment of energy conservation as it relates to the landscaping of property and sponsored by Emerald Custom Creations, from mayor Fraser Tolmie.

Beautification Best Residential Property David and Gwen Venn of 78 Wood Lily Drive accept the award for Best Residential Property, representing the overall beautification of a residential property’s space, from mayor Fraser Tolmie and award sponsor Leslie Cornell from Cornell Design and Landscaping.

The Best Residential Planters and/or Balcony award

Best Residential Edible Garden Eleanor Snyder of 646 Keith Crescent accepts the Best Residential Edible Garden for the best garden/property with fruits, vegetables and herbs, from mayor Fraser Tolmie. The award is sponsored by the City of Moose Jaw.

Sponsored by Windmill Greenhouse and recognizing the beautification efforts of people with limited space -- was won by Deana Kempel of 45 Hodges Crescent.

Beautification Best Commercial Property Moose Jaw mayor Fraser Tolmie presents the Best Commercial Property award for best overall beautification of a commercial property to Sherry Lynds of the Citizens All Association at 971 Hastings Street. The award is sponsored by Keon Garden Centre.

Oak Street paving project dominates council meeting Municipal airport bylaw passes; request to repaint rainbow bench heard

Discussion surrounding a 50-metre stretch of dirt road ended up taking the majority of Moose Jaw City Council’s time during their most recent meeting on Aug. 13. The road – a section of Oak Street running from Fourth Avenue North East to Wolfe Avenue, with the westernmost portion acting as the entrance to the Ross School development – was subject to a motion to fully pave and repair, as well as perform gutter and curbwork, at a cost of $158,840 out of the land development fund. The discussion centred around previous city-planning meetings where Coun. Brian Swanson pointed out that paving just a 20-metre stretch off 4th Ave N.E. acting as the entrance to the Ross School development had been agreed upon and would have a much lower financial impact. The smaller area that would run from 4th Ave N.E. to four metres past Copper Ridge Road, is the entrance to the development. “Oak Street has been the way Oak Street has been forever,” Swanson said. “I used to walk that way to school when I was a kid; it’s a very lightly traveled area... There are many areas in Moose Jaw that need paving more than Oak Street and what we’re doing is just facilitating to allow a paved entrance to the development at the Ross School site. I’d suggest it would be $20 thousand to $30 thousand to do that, not the $140 thousand to do that entire street that hardly anyone is clamouring to have done; there are far more priorities for the city’s budget .”

Randy Palmer - Moose Jaw Express Coun. Crystal Froese pointed out that the roster of dirt roads and streets that need paving is large, and dealing with Oak Street now would eliminate one of the ongoing problems. “I’ve driven up there from Wolfe to Fourth Avenue and I think city administration is bang on when it comes to that area needing to be fully paved and properly link one street to the next,” she said. “To do just (a small section) there might cause other problems when it comes to the laneway from there to Wolfe Ave.” Mayor Fraser Tolmie felt much the same way, pointing out that past projects have seen similar plans and drawn the ire of residents. “If we were to go up there and pave a small portion of it, I’m sure people in that area would say ‘why didn’t you finish the job’,” he said. “That’s always something that comes back; why didn’t you finish the job and why wasn’t it in the budget. It’s one of the things people complain about, fixing one pothole and not the pothole next to it.” City manager Jim Puffalt suggested that a conversation be held with the developer of the Ross School area and see what his recommendation may be. That was agreed upon by the majority of council, with the paving decision tabled until that discussion has occurred. **** Coun. Froese brought forward a concern about the ongoing issue with pigeons living under the bridge on the Snowbird Expressway near Manitoba Street East, specif-

ically the amount of excrement that is collecting on the sidewalks and in the area. A question regarding who’s responsibility it was to clean the area – Canadian Pacific Railway, who maintain the bridge, or the City of Moose Jaw – was referred to administration. **** The third reading and signing into law was given to Bylaw No. 5561, the Moose Jaw Municipal Airport Authority Bylaw, allowing the creation of the Moose Jaw Municipal Airport Authority to oversee the day-to-day operations and control of the local facility. The seven-person authority will be made up of four residents of the City of Moose Jaw and three members from aviation and aerospace industries, or from the region including the RM of Moose Jaw. **** During the public forum, Aleta Jorgenson spoke to council looking to have the recently painted rainbow bench in front of the Rainbow Retro storefront restored to it’s original colour. Her reasoning was maintaining the character and continuity of historic downtown Moose Jaw, and suggested the bench be relocated to Crescent Park, where it’s colourful presence would better fit in as a “beautiful and significant” symbol. She also suggested that she would undertake the painting work herself. Council received and filed her comments.

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Parkinson’s SuperWalk to raise funds to combat disease: Sept. 8th Randy Palmer - Moose Jaw Express

The third annual edition of the Parkinson SuperWalk has a rather unique extra fundraiser as part of their overall donation and awareness effort. Kurt Lochia, whose father passed away due to the disease, piloted a 1956 Willy’s Jeep from Melfort to Moose Jaw in mid-July, with his Jeep Cruise for Parkinson’s raising $2,270 in the process. There was extra significance with regards to the event – the jeep had been a family project that kept dad Perry and his sons occupied after Perry was forced to retire due to Young Onset Parkinson’s at age 47. “He was always mechanically inclined, so they bought these project cars and that’s what Perry ended up doing,” said Moose Jaw Parkinson SuperWalk organizer Sandra Luchia. “They ended up buying three Jeeps for parts for the one. Then after we’d all moved back west, Kurt was in Melfort and was bringing it to Moose Jaw to put into storage and just decided to turn it into a Parkinson’s fundraiser.” That decision means the local SuperWalk already has a head start when it comes to fundraising efforts, with the goal of besting their total of $12,500 raised last year and adding to the $33,500 raised through the first two Walks. The 2018 event will take place on Saturday, Sept. 8 at the Kinsmen-Wellesley Park in Wakamow Valley. Over 100 people took part in each of the first two SuperWalks, with Luchia expecting similar numbers this time around. “There’s been a core group and every year there are some new faces that show up,” she said. “Last year we had one young woman walking in memory of her grandma... awareness is a big part of it, we bring our support group together and after the walk gather in the pavilion, so it’s a social event, too.” Having a chance to let people know that they’re not alone when it comes to dealing with the debilitating disease is part of the awareness mission of the SuperWalk – an average of 20 people attend the local Parkinson’s support group, which meets the last Monday of every

Kurt Luchia recently completed his Jeep Cruise for Parkinson in a 1956 Willy’s Jeep, with the journey running from Melfort to Moose Jaw raising $2,270 for Parkinson’s Canada. His goal is to raise $3,000 by Sept. 8, the date of the Moose Jaw SuperWalk. Submitted photo. month at the Hillcrest Apostolic Church. “Other than medication regimes and a few other things, all doctors can do is ‘there’s your diagnosis, good luck’,” Luchia said. “That’s where the support groups come in and where Parkinson’s Canada comes in. We have different special guests and then there’s the social part of it, it’s a chance to get out and talk to people and just be a part of things.” To register for the SuperWalk or for more information, check out www.parkinsonsuperwalk.ca. Onsite registration will begin the day of the event at 12 p.m., with opening ceremonies at 1 p.m. and the two-kilometre walk beginning at 1:15 p.m. All are welcome.

Trump trade policies harming American business revenues By Ron Walter For Moose Jaw Express

U.S. farmers are facing a 12-year low in income this year from lower trendEXPRESS ing prices even without the impact of trade wars and tariffs. Tariffs against Chinese and Mexican Given that scenario, the president animports are showing up in the Unitnounced a $12 billion direct payment ed States as harmful to local business to farmers for soybeans, sorghum, operations. corn, cotton, dairy, beef and pork. Tyson Foods, the world’s second Payments should start in September. largest processor of chicken, pork Some observers wonder how the $12 and beef, warned shareholders that billion subsidy will impact farm land earnings will be reduced by uncertain prices. Sudden cash injections tend to trade policies and tariffs. drive up prices. In retaliation for U.S. tariffs, China The fallout from lower commodity and Mexico placed tariffs on imports prices will damage Canadian farm incomes as prices decline. In mid-July Bloomberg reported 26 raw material prices Under the provisions of declined an average of 2.7 The Alcohol and Gaming Regulations Act, 1997, per cent in one week — the Notice is hereby given that The Real Canadian Liquor Store most since February. Soy(Saskatchewan) Ltd. has applied to the Saskatchewan Liquor and beans dropped 6.2 per cent Gaming Authority (SLGA) for a Retail Store Stand-Alone that week. permit to sell alcohol in the premises known as Soybeans are still being exReal Canadian Superstore - Moose Jaw Moose at 30 Thatc ported fromJaw United States at 30 Thatcher Dr E, Moose Jaw, SK S6J 1L7. to China with a 25 per cent Written objections to the granting of the permit may tariff. Even if China buys be filed with SLGA not more than two weeks from the the Brazilian and Argentine date of publication of this notice. crops it will be 20 million Every person filing a written objection with SLGA shall state their tonnes short of needs. name, address and telephone number in printed form, as well as Brazilian soybean farmers the grounds for the objection(s). Petitions must name a contact enjoy suddenly skyrocketing person, state grounds and be legible. Each signatory to the petition prices. and the contact person must provide an address and telephone The U.S. Department of Agnumber. Frivolous, vexatious or competition based objections within the beverage alcohol industry may not be considered and riculture estimates Chinese may be rejected by the Saskatchewan Liquor and Gaming Licensing soybean purchases from the Commission, who may refuse to hold a hearing. U.S. will fall for the first time in 15 years and leave a hole Write to: in exports. Saskatchewan Liquor and Gaming Authority Box 5054, Ron Walter can be reached at REGINA SK S4P 3M3 ronjoy@sasktel.net AGRIMART

of beef and pork from the United States. Mexico has been buying 25 per cent of U.S. pork and the American industry has recently expanded to meet Mexican demand. The warning of a 10 per cent to 13 per cent drop in earnings sliced Tyson market value by $1 billion. Pork is likely to take a bigger price hit than beef. Beef makes up a small portion of exports to China. Meanwhile GM cut earnings projections by six per cent over tariffs.


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