Synonyms for moosomin or Related words with moosomin

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Examples of "moosomin"
Moosomin/Marshall McLeod Field Airport, , is located northeast of Moosomin, Saskatchewan, Canada.
Mullin is buried at Moosomin South Side Cemetery, Moosomin, Saskatchewan, Canada in the Legion Plot (approximately N 50.13409 W 101.68206
Next along the way are Moosomin, Saskatchewan, Rotave, and Fleming, Saskatchewan all within the Moosomin No 121 R.M. The town of Moosomin, Saskatchewan hosts 2,257 residents at the junction of Saskatchewan Highway 8, 1, and 709.
Chief Moosomin signed Treaty 6 at Battleford in 1880. Moosomin is the Cree word for the moose berry or high bush cranberry.
Moosomin No. 121, Saskatchewan is a rural municipality of 164 rural residents (2006 census) in the southeastern part of Saskatchewan, Canada. The RM was incorporated December 13, 1909. Residents are also a part of SARM Division No. 1, Census Division No. 5, Saskatchewan, and the Yorkton—Melville Economic Region. Other localities in the area include Moosomin, Welwyn, Rotave, and Fleming. Saskatchewan Highway 1, the Transcanada and Saskatchewan Highway 8 intersect within this RM. Moosomin and District Regional Park, upstream from Moosomin dam, and Moosomin Lake are part of the RM (Eastern) Black Swallowtail (Papilio polyxenes asterius), a species of special concern, makes its home in this area.
Moosomin – Northwest Territories territorial electoral district (1870–1905).
Weedmark is president of Weedmark Communications Ltd. and McKay Publications Ltd., secretary of the Moosomin Chamber of Commerce, a member of the Moosomin Housing Authority board of directors, and a member of the International Society of Weekly Newspaper Editors.
It is now part of the constituencies of Moosomin, Last Mountain-Touchwood, and Melville-Saltcoats.
Wapella is a town of 354 located northwest of Moosomin on the Trans-Canada Highway.
It is located in the provincial electoral district of Moosomin and the federal electoral district Wascana.
It is now part of the constituencies of Indian Head-Milestone and Moosomin.
With the arrival of the Canadian Pacific Railway in 1882, Moosomin was established as the first Saskatchewan community on "steel". Originally known as "siding No. 4" and the "Moosomin Station", businesses began to establish and by 1884 the community had grown to include five general stores, five hotels, two livery stables, two blacksmiths, a doctor, a lawyer, butcher, and one printer, among other businesses. Moosomin was incorporated as a town in November 1887. R. D. McNaughton was the first merchant to arrive in Moosomin. He founded the R. D. McNaughton Company, a general store operation that played a vital role in early settlement.
Moosomin had several military units that were associated with the community. These included the 16th Light Horse, in the early 1900s (decade); 10th Regiment, Canadian Mounted Rifles, 1915; 217th Battalion, CEF, and the 101st Battery of the 22nd Field Regiment which was based at Moosomin Armories (presently the Community Hall). Moosomin also had a jail, the Moosomin Gaol, which is located at the site of the present day Turpie Farm. In 1905, a hospital opened, and it was the only hospital between Brandon and Indian Head. A normal school was opened, and before this time it served as the home of the Legislative Assembly for the District of Assiniboia. The first issue of the local newspaper was published October 2, 1884, and the Moosomin "World-Spectator" is the oldest weekly newspaper in Saskatchewan.
The McNaughton Building is a Municipal Heritage Property situated on two large lots in the Town of Moosomin, Saskatchewan.
Provincially, Broadview is within the constituency of Moosomin served by their Member of legislative assembly, the honourable Don Toth.
Provincially, Grenfell is within the constituency of Moosomin served by their Member of legislative assembly, the honourable Don Toth.
Provincially, Whitewood is within the constituency of Moosomin served by their Member of legislative assembly, the honourable Don Toth.
The Trans–Canada highway across Saskatchewan finally finishes up before the Manitoba-Saskatchewan border at Moosomin No. 121.
Moosomin is a word borrowed from the Cree language meaning low-bush cranberry or squash berry ("Viburnum edule").
For the overall safety of Moosomin First Nation, a Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) detachment is located on the reserve.