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‘No way Norway’: Moose Jaw’s response to a ‘moose truce’

Mac the Moose refuses to back down in the battle of world's tallest moose. 'No way Norway' is his response to a 'moose truce.'.
Mac the Moose refuses to back down in the battle of world's tallest moose. 'No way Norway' is his response to a 'moose truce.'. Adrian Raaber / Global News

No way, Norway.

That’s the message Moose Jaw sent to Norway in the battle over the title of world’s tallest moose.

READ MORE: Mac the Moose weighs in on the battle to reclaim his title as ‘world’s tallest moose’

Last week, Norway’s Moose Truce hit the airwaves, but days later, No way Norway was released.

WATCH: Dave Carroll responds to Moose Truce with No way Norway.

It’s a song written and sung by Nova Scotian Dave Carroll, proving this battle has become a national concern.

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And it’s not the first the Maritimes have lent a hand.

New Brunswick’s Moosehead Breweries donated $25,000 towards the Mac the Moose fund in January.

READ MORE: Moosehead Breweries donates $25,000 to Mac the Moose fund

Since then, Linda Otnes Henriksen, deputy mayor of Stor-Elvdal, has called for a truce, but Moose Jaw Mayor Fraser Tolmie doesn’t see that as a solution.

WATCH: Norwegian musicians release ‘Moose Truce’ in battle of world’s tallest moose.

The two appeared on BBC News last week to share their story, and Tolmie made it clear he wasn’t going to back down.

WATCH: Moose Jaw Mayor Fraser Tolmie and Deputy Mayor of Stor-Elvdal Linda Otnes Henriksen on BBC News.

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The battle was sparked by the hosts of YouTube’s The Justin & Greg Show, who pointed out that Mac was dethroned by a mere 30 centimetres.

WATCH: Moose Jaw fights back in the battle of the world’s tallest moose. 

Henriksen did say she was planning to make a trip to Moose Jaw by the end of February to further discuss the situation.