Moose Jaw


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Moose Jaw,

city (1991 pop. 33,593), S central Sask., Canada. It is a railroad and distribution center, with oil refineries, meatpacking and dairy-processing plants, flour, lumber, and woolen mills, stockyards, and Canada's largest jet-training base.

Moose Jaw

a city in W Canada, in S Saskatchewan. Pop.: 32 631 (2001)
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It was named Moose Jaw because a part of the River was shaped like the jawbone of a moose.
A section of the 4th Canadian Ranger Patrol Group, Alberta/ Saskatchewan Company, commanded by Captain Bazin, agreed to make the long trek down from northern Alberta and northern Saskatchewan to the City of Moose Jaw.
I'm now 85 and (1) am still active as President of Moose Jaw Right to Life and in their office almost daily in order to keep up with general office duties, (2) serve as a member-at-large on the Provincial Saskatchewan Pro-Life Association, Inc.
Farm Credit Canada is committing $150,000 over the next three years to help Aboriginal post-secondary students in Regina and Moose Jaw achieve their educational goals.
A new teacher helps, and Nora receives a scholarship to study in Moose Jaw.
But it was the exploits of two even younger prospects, Patrick Cantlay and Bud Cauley, who finished right behind the man from the wonderfullynamed Moose Jaw in Saskatchewan, that punters should be more thrilled about.
An architecture instructor at the Moose Jaw campus of the Saskatchewan Institute of Applied Science and Technology (SIAST), Forbes' goal is to help students make the world a better place through green design.
August 16 2010 -- Canadian beef processor XL Foods Inc has announced it is to permanently close its processing plant in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan.
Many of Claxton's works, such as I Want to Know Why (1994), and Sitting Bull and the Moose Jaw Sioux (2004) mine the archive for traces and recorded documents of Indigenous experiences.
None were from Alaska, though a Canadian woman from Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, sent some prints.
The seats gained by the party included three in Regina, long a bastion of NDP strength, three additional seats in Saskatoon and one each in Moose Jaw and Prince Albert.
In Saskatchewan, the Moose Jaw Times-Herald purchased a semi-automatic platesetter and plates, as well as Kodak's workflow and imposition software, and CanWest Mediaworks Publications purchased a pair of platesetters, workflow software and screening to for print the Regina Leader-Post.