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WDM SIGNS SPONSORSHIP AGREEMENT WITH BMO FINANCIAL GROUP FOR BMO DAY AT THE WDM

The Western Development Museum is thrilled to announce a province-wide three-year sponsorship agreement has been signed with BMO Financial Group to provide two free admission days per year at each WDM location.

In 2022, BMO Day at the WDM will be held on Saturday, June 11 and Saturday, September 17 at WDM locations in Moose Jaw, North Battleford, Saskatoon and Yorkton.

“We are thrilled to be working with BMO Financial Group to create more opportunities for people to experience the WDM. As our long-time financial partner, we are grateful that they have chosen to support our efforts to reduce barriers to participation and engage people in what it means to be human within the context of our shared histories.”

-Joan Kanigan, CEO
Western Development Museum

“BMO Financial Group is proud to present BMO Day at the WDM in partnership with the Western Development Museum. Aligning with BMO’s Purpose to Boldly Grow the Good in business and life, we are committed to finding opportunities to provide inclusive experiences. Through BMO Day at WDM we realize the importance of providing free admission as it breaks down economic barriers and encourages educational experience in communities and to all members of the North Battleford, Saskatoon, Yorkton and Moose Jaw communities.”

-Mike Hassett, Regional Vice President of Personal Banking
BMO Financial Group

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  • Dear WDM,
    It was Three years ago that we were Blessed to visit our Family in Saskatoon for Christmas we was truly Blessed by visiting the WDM there. While visiting the WDM my prayer was to be able to go on a Horse Sleigh Ride before leaving the WDM a announcement came over the loud speaker saying if anyone would like to go on a Sleigh ride please go out front the Horse is waiting WOW WOW God heard and answered this Old Florida U.S.A. Farmers prayers. I truly enjoyed it and meeting and talking with Roy,Paul And Doug they were truly great giving my family a nice ride with Roy’s horse Rocky. We have remain in contact since then by writing letters to each other when I found out that Paul had passed away it broke my heart then Doug called me about Roy’s passing away it truly broke our hearts. Two good men gone .The WDM had two good ones. It would be nice if The WDM would put a Nice Big Picture Of Them in the WDM In Memory Of Them Because Of there Dedication to the WDM.. If we ever get to go back to Beautiful Canada we will visit again for Sure. I sent The men a DVD Of our visit that day Roy said he gave his to the WDM. Take care, God Bless Each Of you.. In Christ, Johnnie Philman 17780 16th Street Live Oak Florida 32060 U.S.A.

    • Thank you for sharing your story. Losing both Paul and Roy is truly heartbreaking and we will miss their hard work, dedication and friendship. I will pass along your comments to the WDM Saskatoon Manager and Volunteer Coordinator.

      -Tanya Callaway
      Administrative Assistant – Communications

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