SASKATCHENWAN, Saskatoon - The government of Canada has announced that it has just signed a deal with Cuba to ship 80,000 moose to the island country.
Canadian spokesperson Pierre Hors D'oeuvres stated that the moose will be rounded up by furloughed Canadian Mounties and they will then be loaded on 18-wheelers and shipped to Miami where they will then be loaded on special livestock-carrying ships.
The Cuban government has revealed that recent governmental studies conducted at Cuba's esteemed Havana Junior College showed that moose meat is rich in nutrients and is actually better for one's health than kangaroo, emu, or squirrel.
Both countries have expressed joy and excitement at the new moose deal and hope to participate in other business dealings in the future.
Reports out of Quebec are that many wealthy Canadians are salavating at the thought of receiving Cuba cigars.
SIDENOTE: Once the 80,000 moose arrive in Havana, they will be quarantined for three months and then they will be distributed by Cuba's El Banco de Comida (The Food Bank).