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Canada Centre offers 112,000 sq. ft. of business and industrial trade show space able to accommodate everything from booths and concessions to vehicles, animals and machinery. The facility is home to Canadian Western Agribition, Canada’s Farm Progress Show, Majestics Car Show, Regina Spring Home Show and many other events.
The Co-operators Centre is a large hockey facility featuring six NHL-size rinks, 32 team locker rooms, seating for 1,300 in the main arena, a full-service restaurant and concessions. Home of the men’s and women’s University of Regina Cougars hockey teams and the Co-operators Centre Hockey League, Co-operators Centre also hosts many other local, national and international events.
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Brandt Centre is the home of the WHL Regina Pats. This 6,000-seat arena is also regularly used for concerts, championship curling, award shows, conventions and trade shows.
International Trade Centre
Opening in 2017, the new International Trade Centre is a 150,000 sq. ft. multi-purpose facility that will connect all buildings on the Evraz Place property into one of the largest and most flexible event complexes in North America for trade and consumer shows, agribusiness events, large meetings, catered events and everything in between.
Agribition Building is connected directly to Brandt Centre and Ag-Ex Pavilion, bringing an additional 35,000 sq. ft. of space for 200 - 10' x 10' trade show booths or to provide dinner service to 1,400 people.
The EventPlex is a flexible 90,000 sq. ft. space with 35 ft. ceilings, bleacher seating for 1,000 and seated dinner service for up to 2,500, which makes it the ideal venue for a variety of sporting events, fundraising and award dinners, graduation ceremonies and many other events.
Queensbury Convention Centre
Queensbury Convention Centre is a large indoor convention facility with 42,000 sq. ft. of flexible space for conventions, conferences, weddings, trade shows and more. The 22,000 sq. ft. newly renovated grand ballroom is the largest in the province.
New Mosaic Stadium
Opening in 2017, Mosaic Stadium will be home to the Saskatchewan Roughriders and many other community sports organizations. The stadium’s premium lounge spaces are available for business meetings, weddings and other catered events.