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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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The company told Feedinfo News Service: "XL Foods, a privately held corporation announced today that it has served notice that it is permanently closing its Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan facility, effective no later than 90 days from today.
Released by the Detroit Tigers in 1995, he spent a season and a half playing independent ball in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, before the Angels signed him in '97.
David Sutherland, age 52, was born in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, and joined IPSCO in 1977.
Their Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, club in the independent Prairie League folded July 26 after players were not paid for several weeks.
The company has also reached agreement in principle to sell its remaining beef operation located in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan as a going concern, subject to completion of a purchase and sale agreement.
and Canadian corporation Live Global Communications of Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan.
Training is conducted at 15 Wing Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan and 4 Wing Cold Lake, Alberta using a fleet of Raytheon Harvard II turboprop advanced trainers and BAE SYSTEMS Hawk 115 advanced jet trainer aircraft supplied and maintained by Bombardier.
Seventeen Hawk Mk115 aircraft (designated in-country as CT-155s) are currently operating from Canadian Forces Bases (CFB) at Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, and Cold Lake, Alberta.
a subsidiary of The Clorox Company (NYSE:CLX)(PSE:CLX), today announced it will transfer production of Kingsford(TM) charcoal-briquet products from its Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, plant to other Kingsford charcoal manufacturing facilities.
The company has a significant interest in long term programs, such as, the NATO Flying Training in Canada (NFTC) program in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, and Cold Lake, Alberta, and the Victoria class submarines.
RioCan has entered into agreements for three such theatres: Mountainview Mall in Midland, Ontario, 1000 Island Mall in Brockville, Ontario and Town 'N' Country Mall in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan.