About Moose Jaw
“Surprisingly Unexpected” is the official logo for the City, but it is also known as the “Friendly City”. Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, Canada is a city of approximately 35,000 residents. It is in South Central Saskatchewan and is on Trans-Canada Highway #1.
The Moose Jaw River winds through Wakamow valley in the southern portion of the City and is a beautiful location with many activities all through the year.
To find out more about the City of Moose Jaw, click on the info link.
The MJMC is a good place for all immigrants and newcomers to find help.
The MJMC has been settling newcomers to Canada since 1989. It provides a full range of settlement information, language, employment, and childcare services for newcomers to Canada who have made Moose Jaw and places nearby their home.
The Council is also an “umbrella” organization for multicultural groups in Moose Jaw. For more information, click on the info link above.
MJMC’s Newcomer Welcome Centre is there to help you find the resources (such as people, information, and services) you need to make your move to Moose Jaw a success. To find out more, click the info link above.
There are many organizations and groups that give support to members of the Moose Jaw Community. There are too many to list. To see these organizations and groups, click on the info link above
You can have a closer look at Moose Jaw by visiting the photo album. Simply click on the info links above
This site has several short videos of recent immigrants who have settled in Moose Jaw. Click on the info link to see these videos.
Click on the info link to watch the slide show of some photos in the photo album.