Mac the Elk can be challenged to become the Greatest Elk after entering Quebec City
The mayor of Desbien told a Canadian couple on a radio Canada broadcast that he recommends building an urban amusement park with the world's largest elk sculpture.
Deputy Mayor Nicolas Martel said the elk paid homage to the indigenous peoples and first settlers in the area, and that it was a nod to many hunters in the area.
Regina comedian duo Justin Reves and Greg Moore encouraged elk statue competition & nbsp; if they & nbsp; launched the GoFundMe & Campaign in January 2019 to raise money & nbsp; to help Moose Jaw regain his statue.
Ashleigh Mattern is a web writer and reporter with CBC Saskatoon, CBC Saskatchewan and CBC North; and an affiliate producer for Saskatoon Morning. He has worked as a journalist since 2007 and joined the CBC in 2017. Email: [email protected]
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