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Mossbank is a town in the province of Saskatchewan , Canada. Mossbank was incorporated in as an extension of the railroad from Expanse. The townsite was chosen by the Canadian National Railway rail line with an adjacent townsite of Raycraft being established to the north by the Canadian Pacific Railway rail line. A number of significant historical events have taken place in Mossbank and area.

Shortly after establishing their campsite, the NWMP were approached by a scout for a group of Sioux refugees. His group was originally from Minnesota but had fled the state after being displaced from their lands there. They hoped that the British government would consider giving them sanctuary in Canada. The NWMP wanted to make a strong impression on the group as they were the first group of First Nations that had encountered so far in their trek westward. The entire Sioux contingent consisting of over one hundred men, women and children visited the NWMP camp the following day and the two participated in both formal ceremonies and informal trading that lasted several days.

At the conclusion of the war, over , students, including over 50, pilots, had trained in Canada under the program. There were , graduates including 72, Canadians. The Mossbank base employed around 2, people and was one of 11 Bombing and Gunnery Schools across Canada.

It trained more personnel than any other school except the No. Mossbank was selected because it has large areas to accommodate bombing and gunnery ranges, and is located near Old Wives Lake, which was also useful for target practice. Following the end of the war, the base was decommissioned and almost all the base's buildings were sold and moved off the site. A large historic monument commemorating the base was dedicated in by the Mossbank and District Museum and the Saskatchewan History and Folklore Society.

The Mossbank and District Museum contains an extensive collection of artifacts from the base as well as a mural showing an aerial view of the base as it would have existed around The debate attracted national attention with reporters from all over Canada in attendance along with well over spectators who attended despite terrible rains. Later in a debate in the House of Commons Thatcher criticized the crown corporation policy of Douglas's CCF government in Saskatchewan describing it as a "dismal failure.

Thatcher, who by this time was running for the Liberals in the federal election in the Assiniboia Constituency, which included Mossbank, accepted the invitation but stipulated the debate would be in Mossbank. The debate took place on May 20 and was a raucous event with both Douglas and Thatcher performing well. The debate was broadcast live via radio across the province, however, which favoured Thatcher who stuck to a prepared text while Douglas more or less without a script giving the radio audience the impression he was less sure of himself.

Although Thatcher lost the election, his performance in the debate raised his profile considerably and played a major role in his later election as leader of the Saskatchewan Liberal Party and then in , Premier of Saskatchewan. In , a historical re-enactment of the event called "The Debate of the Century" was staged and sold out two performances.

A large interpretative panel explaining the Debate is located in the foyer of the Mossbank Community Hall where the Debate took place. The property received its provincial designation in It was designated because it is the oldest known, fully furnished blacksmith shop still on its original site in Saskatchewan.

Originally constructed around , the shop was purchased by Polish immigrant Frank Ambroz in For the following 60 years, Ambroz operated the shop and lived with his family on the property. The existence of the family residence, and three associated outbuildings, form a rare example of a s family business complex. The main industry of the community is agriculture.

There is speculation about the possibilities of oil and gas expansion into the area. An oriental noodle factory was built in Mossbank in with help from government grants and local investors.

The venture flopped three years later. Since then, after five different owners, three unstable labels and a consecutive run-time of only three months, the factory finally shut its doors forever in the early s. Old Wives Lake is a nesting area for the vulnerable piping plover. Old Wives Lake is also on a major migratory path for snow and Canada geese. The community has developed a set of birdwatching trails on the shores of Old Wives Lake north of Mossbank.

The trails are equipped with gazebos, rest areas, and washroom facilities where nature enthusiasts can come enjoy the natural prairie habitat. Birdwatchers can come to see sanderlings, avocets, and dozens of other shorebirds. Just north of the community, the North West Mounted Police first met the First Nations peoples during the historic March West which was supposed to have tamed the wild land. The Mounties then set up a camp just south of the lake.

The area was also a legendary battleground for the First Nations peoples. There is an Aboriginal legend that claims that the lake is haunted.

Generations ago there was a drought and food was scarce. The Cree people began moving south into traditional Blackfoot territory in search of food and made camp in the hills of Old Wives Lake. The Blackfoot sent a war party to attack the Cree.

When the Cree found out they made a decision to get out of the area immediately but were worried that the Blackfoot would catch up to them. The older women of the tribe decided that they would keep the campfires burning throughout the night to fool the Blackfoot into thinking that the camp was still there while the rest of the camp escaped.

When the Blackfoot arrived at morning they were so enraged to find the camp vacant except for the old women they slaughtered them all. The legend of Old Wives Lake says that old women can be heard laughing over the water about how they tricked their attackers.

When pioneers first arrived in the start of the s they had written that the area was full of rock piles which they had thought were Indian graves and buffalo skulls from the great buffalo slaughter in the s. Old Wives Lake was renamed by the early Canadian government to Lake Johnstone after a famous buffalo trophy hunter who was known for his participation in the buffalo slaughter.

The lake was renamed back to its aboriginal name in the s after a push from local citizens. Just east of the town is the RCAF gunnery and training school which was used during the Second World War as a training school for fighter pilots.

This has now been converted into a golf course. Remnants of the facilities can still be found in the locations. Some artifacts that have been found include antique ammunition and explosives. The Saskatchewan Transportation Company provides intercity bus service to Mossbank. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Town in Saskatchewan, Canada. Location of Mossbank in Saskatchewan. The Mounties March West: Saskatchewan and the Thatcher Years.

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Police charge year-old in stunt driving incident Oct 27, , 5: Industrial natural gas users put backup plans in action ahead of winter shortage Oct 28, , 7: The old wives knew that they, the younger women and the children would likely not make it far without the braves, and so they offered to stay behind instead. They had seen many summers, they maintained, and wished to give life to the tribe one last time, as they had in their childbearing youth. The old wives would not be overruled, and so, with great reluctance, the men, women and children of the hunting party left for home with the pemmican in tow.

At the lakeside camp, the old wives tended the fires and talked loudly throughout the night so as to not arouse the suspicions of the Blackfoot. At dawn, a horde of Blackfoot warriors thundered into the camp screaming war whoops.

When they discovered that they had been deceived and that the bountiful spoils they had anticipated were reduced to a handful of gray scalps, they tortured and killed the old wives. Legend has it that the spirits of the dead women haunt a small island in the lake, known as the Isle of Bays, to this day. Looking out towards the haunted Isle of Bays, obscured as it is by the fog. What a lovely rendering of the legend.

We ranch on the edge of Old Wives Lake, the most beautiful place in the world. Every day it offers a different view.. Thank you for sharing this legend. Thank you for the sharing this story about Old Wives lake. For years have driven by the far eastern end of the lake, where my husband always pointed it out. He is from south west of there, but did not know the history of it.

Beautiful story but also sad. I was raised on a farm nearby and no trip home is complete without a drive out to the Lake. Friends said the water was high enough for swimming from shore this year.

Love this post about the Legend, thanks. Using this diversion as cover, the rest of the Cree successfully fled back to their home territory in the Qu'Appelle valley.

When the Blackfoot arrived that morning they found only the old women, whom the Blackfoot killed in vengeance. The women continued their effort to escape by wading across the lake. However, they misjudged the water's depth and drowned. Some early accounts describing the region state that the name "Old Wives Lake" was originally applied to both the lake that currently bears that name and to nearby Chaplin Lake.

Explorer John Rae , who accompanied the expedition, named area lakes in honor of its members: In response to a petition by area residents to restore its traditional name, the Canadian board on geographical names formally renamed it Old Wives Lake in Tipi rings and other artifacts discovered near Old Wives Lake attest to a First Nations presence in the area long predating their contact with Europeans.

Throughout the war, part of the lake and its surroundings were incorporated into a mile bombing range used by trainee pilots. The two pilots in this aircraft were able to parachute out and inflate emergency rubber dinghies enabling them to remain afloat until their rescue by a helicopter based out of CFB Moose Jaw.

Drought conditions caused the lake to dry up completely in and From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Archived from the original on Manomet Center for Conservation Sciences.

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