Moose Jaw is a beautiful city and is located in the southern part of Saskatchewan. Most people in Canada think of Moose Jaw as a small boring town, However, they cannot be more wrong. There is a bunch of nice places to visit while in Moose Jaw or even if you live there.
Below if a list of a bunch of great places to go visit
1) Tunnels of Moose Jaw
This year-round tourist attraction that entertains people of all ages is a unique production of Canadian history. Take a tour of the tunnels that Al Capone used in the bootlegging day from Moose jaw to Chicago. It will be fun for the entire family
2) Western Development
The Western Development Museum is a legislated agency of the Province of Saskatchewan and operates within the Ministry of Parks, Culture and Sport. The WDM has a lot of special features for people to see for example; Artifact Stories, Family History Album and Agriculture. The Western Development Museum should not be missed
3) Casino of Moose Jaw
Gambling is not our thing but if it is, the Casino of Moose Jaw should be on your agenda. There is plenty of things to do while there, enjoy a nice dinner & show or just go straight to the games. Great staff and facilities to enjoy a wonderful day or evening. Keeps up posted when you turn into a millionaire.
4) Sukanen Ship Pioneer Village & Museum
The Sukanen Ship Pioneer Village & Museum is dedicated to the preservation, restoration and display of artefacts reflecting the rich and varied history of Saskatchewan in a manner that allows the public to experience the past for their education and enjoyment. Don’t miss out while in Moose Jaw
The people of Moose Jaw are good hard working people that live in a beautiful city. The City has a lot of history and great stories. We will warn you though, Moose Jaw gets very cold in the winter averaging about –40C. Making it some of the coldest temperatures in Canada. This is why Cork Spray for the exterior of properties in Moose Jaw is great.
Cork spray is an innovative coloured finish, formulated with water-based resins and cork. Cork spray has excellent features of thermal insulation, sound absorption, breathability, water repellency and elasticity. It is usable as a coloured finish for facades and thermal plaster.
It has excellent adhesion capability to any kind of substrate and for this reason, it can be used in many situations such as wood, metal, plasters, synthetic materials, cementitious substrates, both inside and outside. Cork spray contributes to the thermal and acoustic insulation of the walls to which it is applied, and it protects the structure from the absorption of wind driven rain