WARRIORS NEW HOME NAMED MOSAIC PLACE
Moose Jaw, SK – That impressive new building in downtown Moose Jaw now has a name. At a special reception on August 11, the City of Moose Jaw
and The Mosaic Company made the announcement, welcoming southern Saskatchewan to Mosaic Place, a state-of-the-art multi-use facility and a new gathering place for the people of Moose Jaw.
The Mosaic Company will support Moose Jaw’s newest landmark with a 10-year, $1.5 million commitment. Along with initiatives like the Mosaic Heart Centre, Habitat for Humanity, Mosaic Stadium and the Children’s Hospital Foundation of Saskatchewan, Mosaic Place is yet another example of Mosaic’s commitment to Saskatchewan.
“Mosaic is proud to have been a part of Saskatchewan for over 40 years,” said Brad DeLorey, Director, Public Affairs for Mosaic Potash. “This is a great way to show how important the city is to us and to help Moose Jaw enjoy the world-class facility it deserves. Projects like this help Saskatchewan flourish, and make us proud to be a part of the community.”
Mosaic Place ushers in a new era in entertainment, provides a new home for the Moose Jaw Warriors and creates a gathering place for southern Saskatchewan. “Community events, conventions, trade shows, curling, concerts and of course hockey—we’re very excited about what the facility means to Moose Jaw,” says Moose Jaw Mayor, Glenn Hagel. “But, we’re also excited about our partnership with Mosaic. Moose Jaw has always been a city with an eye to the future, and this means Mosaic will play an important part in that future.”
Mosaic Place is a 210,000 square foot multi-use facility featuring a 4,367-seat sports bowl, an 8-sheet curling facility, banquet and meeting rooms, and private suites and club-seating. It officially opens on August 19, shortly followed by the kickoff to the Warriors’ WHL season.
About The Mosaic Company
The Mosaic Company is one of the world’s leading producers and marketers of concentrated potash and phosphate crop nutrients. Mosaic’s mission is to help the world grow the food it needs. The company has recently committed to growing its Saskatchewan operations and plans to invest billions of dollars between now and completion in 2020. Expansions will employ an additional crew of 1,200 contractors annually, and create 700 permanent, full-time positions.