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Western Development Museums Moose Jaw

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Western Development Museums
50 Diefenbaker Drive
Moose Jaw
SK
S6J1L9
Tel: (306) 693-5989

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The Western Development Museum is the keeper of Saskatchewans collective heritage. The Museum shares the provinces unique sense of place with all people for their understanding and enjoyment – recognizing that the legacy of the past is the foundation for a sustainable future.
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    A must see Saskatoon attraction!

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    Well done displays create a very immersive environment doing a very good job of showing what life was like 100 years ago.

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    ses trop "Yiihaa" mai le Blém ses que les Service mai javoque pas la serveuses super SEXY elle et trop Bonne :D

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