Moosomin, Saskatchewan

What is Moosomin, Saskatchewan known for?


national research

General Andrew McNaughton , born in Moosomin in 1887. In the Second World War, he commanded Canada's overseas army and then became Minister of Defence. In the interwar years he was Chairman of the National Research Council (National Research Council (Canada)) and following the Second World War was Chairman of the International Joint Commission which handled questions pertaining to the international waters along the Canada-United States border. The social life of the early settlers of the area was limited by distances and transportation methods. Sunday church services were often held in private homes. '''Kevin Weedmark''' is a Canadian-born journalist. He is editor of the World-Spectator, a community newspaper based in Moosomin, Saskatchewan, and of Plain and Valley, a regional publication covering southeast Saskatchewan and southwest Manitoba. While based in rural Saskatchewan, he has reported from Afghanistan, Vietnam, and the Philippines. He is known for his work on international development and human rights. ::''Source''- The Guess Who's (w:The Guess Who) song "Running Back to Saskatoon" ::''Notes''- Moosomin (w:Moosomin, Saskatchewan) and Moose Jaw (w:Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan) are placenames of Saskatchewan (w:Saskatchewan).


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, SK (Saskatchewan), CAN (Canada) DATE OF DEATH An Indian trail used by fur traders, and red river carts pulling settlers effects was the first path between Moosomin (Moosomin, Saskatchewan) and Fort Ellice, Manitoba. The transcontinental CPR (Canadian Pacific Railway) paralleled this trail when coming through in the late 19th century and early 20th century.

title Progressive Moosomin, industrial and commercial centre of Saskatchewan work Our Roots Nos Racines publisher University of Calgary, Université Laval year 2006 url http: www.ourroots.ca e page.aspx?id 331756 accessdate 2008-04-04 Next along the way are Moosomin, Saskatchewan, Rotave, and Fleming, Saskatchewan all within the Moosomin No 121 (Moosomin No. 121, Saskatchewan) R.M. The town of Moosomin, Saskatchewan hosts 2,257


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; '''Moosomin''' is a town in southern Saskatchewan founded in 1882. It is twenty kilometres west of the provincial boundary between Saskatchewan and Manitoba History With the arrival of the Canadian Pacific Railway in 1882


history work

'''Kevin Weedmark''' is a Canadian-born journalist. He is editor of the World-Spectator, a community newspaper based in Moosomin, Saskatchewan, and of Plain and Valley, a regional publication covering southeast Saskatchewan and southwest Manitoba. While based in rural Saskatchewan, he has reported from Afghanistan, Vietnam, and the Philippines. He is known for his work on international development and human rights. ::''Source''- The Guess Who's (w:The Guess Who) song "Running Back to Saskatoon" ::''Notes''- Moosomin (w:Moosomin, Saskatchewan) and Moose Jaw (w:Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan) are placenames of Saskatchewan (w:Saskatchewan).


progressive

, SK (Saskatchewan), CAN (Canada) DATE OF DEATH An Indian trail used by fur traders, and red river carts pulling settlers effects was the first path between Moosomin (Moosomin, Saskatchewan) and Fort Ellice, Manitoba. The transcontinental CPR (Canadian Pacific Railway) paralleled this trail when coming through in the late 19th century and early 20th century.

title Progressive Moosomin, industrial and commercial centre of Saskatchewan work Our Roots Nos Racines publisher University of Calgary, Université Laval year 2006 url http: www.ourroots.ca e page.aspx?id 331756 accessdate 2008-04-04 Next along the way are Moosomin, Saskatchewan, Rotave, and Fleming, Saskatchewan all within the Moosomin No 121 (Moosomin No. 121, Saskatchewan) R.M. The town of Moosomin, Saskatchewan hosts 2,257

residents at the junction of Saskatchewan Highway 8, 1, and 709 (Saskatchewan Highway 709).


social life

;!-- copyvio? -- The social life of the early settlers of the area was limited by distances and transportation methods. Sunday church services were often held in private homes. '''Kevin Weedmark''' is a Canadian-born journalist. He is editor of the World-Spectator, a community newspaper based in Moosomin, Saskatchewan, and of Plain and Valley, a regional publication covering southeast Saskatchewan and southwest Manitoba. While based in rural Saskatchewan, he has reported from Afghanistan, Vietnam, and the Philippines. He is known for his work on international development and human rights. ::''Source''- The Guess Who's (w:The Guess Who) song "Running Back to Saskatoon" ::''Notes''- Moosomin (w:Moosomin, Saskatchewan) and Moose Jaw (w:Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan) are placenames of Saskatchewan (w:Saskatchewan).


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; '''Moosomin''' is a town in southern Saskatchewan founded in 1882. It is twenty kilometres west of the provincial boundary between Saskatchewan and Manitoba History With the arrival of the Canadian Pacific Railway in 1882


popular culture

&LatitudeDegrees &LatitudeMinutes &LongitudeDegrees &LongitudeMinutes &NormalsClass A&SelNormals &StnId 2971& Canadian Climate Normals 1971–2000 , accessed 3 December 2010 date December 2010 Moosomin in popular culture * The Guess Who has a song called "Runnin' Back to Saskatoon"; it also mentions Moose Jaw and Moosomin.


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and southwest Manitoba. While based in rural Saskatchewan, he has reported from Afghanistan, Vietnam, and the Philippines. He is known for his work on international development and human rights. ::''Source''- The Guess Who's (w:The Guess Who) song "Running Back to Saskatoon" ::''Notes''- Moosomin (w:Moosomin, Saskatchewan) and Moose Jaw (w:Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan) are placenames of Saskatchewan (w:Saskatchewan).


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Moosomin, Saskatchewan

'''Moosomin''' is a town in southern Saskatchewan founded in 1882. It is twenty kilometres west of the provincial boundary between Saskatchewan and Manitoba

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