What is Moose Jaw?
Moose Jaw, city, south-central Saskatchewan, Canada. It lies along the Moose Jaw River (a tributary of the QuAppelle River) and the Trans-Canada Highway, 44 miles (71 km) west of Regina. Its name is possibly derived from an Indian source suggesting that the contours of the river resemble the jawbone of a moose.
Is Moose Jaw safe?
Crime rates in Moose Jaw, SK, CanadaLevel of crime70.00HighCrime increasing in the past 3 years90.00Very HighWorries home broken and things stolen65.00HighWorries being mugged or robbed50.00ModerateWorries car stolen51.67Moderate8 more rows
Why is Moose Jaw called Band City?
Canadas Most Notorious City will become the defining line in March. There have been a number of slogans throughout the years: first The Band City, paying tribute to an old band festival and parade held in Moose Jaw. It was then labeled The Friendly City – a nod to the citys friendly citizens.
Is Moose Jaw water fluoridated?
Distribution samples contained an average 0.10 mg/l of fluoride in Moose Jaw water. Health Canada has stated the optimal level is 0.7 mg/l. The Maximum Acceptable Concentration (MAC) is 1.5 mg/l.