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In 2012, the Capital One Canada Cup comes back to the heartland of curling. Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan hosts one of the finest fields on the Season of Champions schedule… in a setting that offers a unique insight to the colourful history of Canada’s traditional western culture.
Moose Jaw has preserved so many of the memories from the days of the early Prairie settlers. You can tour the network of tunnels where the bootleggers once moved their goods during the days of Prohibition. Visit the Moose Jaw Museum and Art Gallery and the Sukanen Ship Pioneer Village Museum – with over 200 antique tractors, cars and trucks. And, the Western Canada Development Museum highlights the evolution of transportation in the west with a large collection of displays and artifacts from the early days of the rails – along with the role of the Moose Jaw air base in the British Commonwealth’s involvement in World War II.
For more information please visit: http://www.tourismmoosejaw.ca/
|The host hotel for the Canada Cup is Temple Gardens Mineral Spa Resort – one of the brightest new gems on the Prairie landscape.Click here to learn more.||When the competition gets underway, the action all takes place in the new Mosaic Place, a state-of-the-art facility that opened in August of 2011. With a capacity of nearly 4,500 fans, it’s the perfect place for the Canada Cup. Information about the venue is available at mosaicplace.ca|
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