What makes Moose Jaw the Right Place to Live, Work, Learn and Invest
The City of Moose Jaw is located within Treaty 4 territory, the original lands of the Cree, Saulteaux, Dakota, Nakoda and Lakota, and the homeland of Métis Nation. The Nêhiyawak (neh-HEE-uh-wuhk) translation of Moose Jaw is môso-tâpiskan (moh so TAHP skun) and is the shared landscape for Indigenous Peoples and settlers from around the world who call Moose Jaw home. We acknowledge the harms and mistakes of the past, and we are committed to move forward in equal partnerships with Indigenous Nations, with respect, and in the spirit of Truth and Reconciliation.
PRAIRIE SPIRIT: The people of Moose Jaw really do have the heart and soul representative of hard-working prairie people, with a can-do attitude that gets things done.
FRESH AIR, SUN AND BLUE SKIES: “PRICELESS” Moose Jaw has more sunny days than most of Canada, averaging 2,338 sunshine hours each year.
SAFE AND NEIGHBOURLY: Tops in its class when it comes to having a low crime rate, Moose Jaw is a place where neighbours know and look out for one another.
HOME OF THE SNOWBIRDS: A symbol of our nation, our national pride and our ability to build a nation.
ANCIENT SEABEDS: Moose Jaw is tapped in and benefiting from mineral rich geothermal water lying deep below the city.
WESTERN ANCHOR TO THE MOOSE JAW-REGINA INDUSTRIAL CORRIDOR: A group of eight municipalities, including the cities of Moose Jaw and Regina, are using innovative thinking to develop the area between Moose Jaw and Regina along the Trans-Canada Highway.
MOST AMAZING MAIN STREET: in Canada
CHRISTMAS IN OCTOBER: complete with lights, decorated Christmas trees, and turkey dinners with all the trimmings
MIDNIGHT TROLLEY CAR: “Ghost Tours”
BUILDING-SIZE MURALS: above ground… Gangster Al Capone’s Tunnels underground
WARRIORS WHL HOCKEY TEAM: Moose Jaw is definitely hockey and Saskatchewan Roughrider kind of town.