Husky the Muskie

Huskie the Muskie is the nickname of a 40-foot-tall outdoor sculpture depicting a muskellunge in , 's McLeod Park. The first Huskie was constructed in 1967 as a potential Canadian Centennial project by Jules Horvath and Bob Selway from Deluxe Signs and Displays under the direction of the Kenora Chamber of Commerce.

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is a small city in . It had a 2016 population of 15,000. Photo: Andre Carrotflower, CC BY-SA 4.0.

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