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The city is reputedly named for a sharp turn in the river that resembles a protruding moose jaw, but the Cree word Moosegaw—meaning “warm breezes”—is a more credible source for the appellation. Moosejaw is an important railway junction, industrial centre and proud home of the Snowbirds, the precision flying team of the Canadian Air Force; 30 murals recall its colourful past.

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  • Western Development Museum Interesting

    50 Diefenbaker Dr. CDN - Moose-Jaw S6J 1L9

    This one is devoted to transportation in Saskatchewan. The water section has displays about the Northcote, a steamship that used to take supplies up the South Saskatchewan River during the Northwest Rebellion, and on cable ferries, particularly those..

  • Sukanen Ship Pioneer Village and Museum

    Rte 2 CDN - Moose-Jaw S6H 7T2

    A smithy, general store and church, comprise a village depicting life in the early 1900s. The highlight is the restored ship originally built by Finnish settler Tom Sukanen, in which he planned to return to his native homeland by way of the Saskatche..

  • Burrowing Owl Interpretive Centre

    Exhibition Ground - 250 Thatcher-Dr.-E CDN - Moose-Jaw S6J 1L7

    This centre offers a rare opportunity to walk through a giant reconstructed burrow and an open field to see owls in captivity as well as in the wild.

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