International Trade Centre
About the International Trade Centre
Evraz Place is home to the International Trade Centre—a 150,000 sq. ft. multi-purpose facility that joins all buildings on the 100-acre property, with the exception of Mosaic Stadium. When the facility opened in November 2017, it made Evraz Place one of the largest interconnected event complexes of its kind in Canada. The International Trade Centre is the perfect location for trade and consumer shows, large meetings, catered events and everything in between.
The International Trade Centre has three multi-purpose spaces with multiple overhead doors for ease of movement. Two of the spaces are 22,000 sq. ft. and a third larger space is 46,000 sq. ft. The one-storey building also has a mezzanine area that overlooks the multi-purpose spaces.
Directions and Parking
The International Trade Centre is located at Evraz Place in Regina, Saskatchewan. The building connects directly with Canada Centre via the Exhibit Mall to the west and the Ag-Ex Pavilion to the east.
Book an Event at the International Trade Centre
The International Trade Centre offers numerous configurations to host a variety of events. To book an event, complete the request form below. A member of our team will be in touch to complete your request and discuss your event needs.
Evraz Place thanks the following funding partners for their contributions to the International Trade Centre:
- Government of Canada and Government of Saskatchewan through the Growing Forward 2 program: $22M
- City of Regina: $11M
- Regina Hotel Association: $3M
- Canadian Western Agribition: $1M
Evraz Place History
With the addition of the International Trade Centre and other facilities like The Co-operators Centre, EventPlex and Mosaic Stadium, Evraz Place has become our community’s go-to place for sport, business and entertainment.
As we look forward to an exciting future, it’s a good time to reflect on where we’ve come from. Our organization has a long and accomplished history. For more than 130 years, we’ve been a central part of our community. We are so proud of our park and how it brings us together – now and for future generations to come.