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The Western Development Museum features 1910 Boomtown with a street of over 30 buildings of a typical Saskatchewan town.
In the days before electric fridges, food was kept in insulated ice boxes, cooled by a block of ice. in winter months, ice blocks were cut from rivers and lakes, then insulated and stored. The Arctic ice Company wagon delivered ice door-to-door for home ice boxes.