2nd Floor, Canada Centre Building
Box 3535, REAL District, Regina
Regina International Airport (YQR) is an airport that serves the city of Regina and is located 7 km west-southwest of the city centre. CWA offers a courtesy transport service sponsored by Regina Hotel Association and powered by Ford for guests staying at any of the following:
- The Atlas Hotel
- Best Western Eastgate Inn & Suites
- Comfort Inn
- Comfort Suites
- Days Inn by Wyndham Regina Airport West
- Days Inn by Wyndham Regina (East)
- Delta Hotels by Marriott Regina
- DoubleTree by Hilton
- Fairfield by Marriott Regina
- Holiday Inn Express & Suites (Downtown)
- HomeSuites Regina East by d3h
- Home Inn & Suites Regina Airport West
- Ramada Plaza Regina by Wyndham
- Residence Inn by Marriott Regina
- Royal Hotel Regina, Trademark Collection by Wyndham
- Sandman Hotel & Suites Regina
- Seven Oaks Hotel
- The Hotel Saskatchewan, Autograph Collection
- Travelodge by Wyndham Regina
- Travelodge Suites by Wyndham Regina
- Wingate by Wyndham Regina
Upon arrival at the airport, the volunteer greeters will assist in coordinating shuttle services for you. To order your own shuttle during the week, please call 1-306-924-2244 between the hours of 7AM – 6:30PM daily.
Regina International Airport | 5201 Regina Ave, Regina, SK S4W 1B3
Viterra International Trade Centre at the REAL District | 1700 Elphinstone St, Regina, SK S4P 2Z6
The International Business Centre (IBC) is located on the 2nd floor of the International Trade Centre overlooking the Chevy/GMC Show Arena and is your home base for the show. You can grab a coffee and snacks, check your email, ask questions, network, and more! You can also leave your coat and non-valuable items here (keep the important items with you). This is also where you can check-in with our wonderful staff, committee members, and volunteers.
The IBC is open 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. daily
International Exhibitor Gateway | 2nd Floor Mezzanine in the Affinity Plex
This is a unique meeting space located in the Agri-Trade side of the show grounds. If you are unsure how to get here, please ask your IBC staff and volunteers! They will be happy to show you where this space is.
In partnership with the City of Regina and SGI, we are excited to bring back Agribition Express – the best way to get to the show!
Agribition Express is Canadian Western Agribition’s free bus shuttle service, with pick up/drop off locations at Northgate Mall, Southland Mall, and the Victoria Square Mall.
In addition to the free ride, guests who arrive at our show via Agribition Express will have their gate admission discounted to $13.00!
Agribition Express operates at bus stops located at the three mall locations:
Northgate Mall – 7th Ave N. @ Smith St.
Victoria Square Mall – Truesdale Dr. @ Quance St
Southland Mall – Gordon Rd. @ Rae St.
Busses run daily, every 30 minutes, from November 20 – 25 on the following schedule, which is the same for all three pickup locations:
10:00 am – 3:00 pm
4:30 pm – 7:30 pm
To further ease your experience, after our Freestyle Bullfighting event as well as each night of the Maple Leaf Finals Rode0 additional return busses from Agribition to the mall’s will be offered Tuesday November 21 – Saturday November 25 starting at 9:00 pm outside the Brandt Centre.
For anyone arriving to the show grounds prior to Tuesday, November 21, you will gain access to the grounds free without having to show any accreditation, courtesy of CWA’s partner, CN.
The ticket can be downloaded to your phone or printed prior to travelling to the show. Upon arrival, present the e-Pass to the gate attendant to scan for entry. What’s next? Head up to the International Business Centre (IBC) to pick up your registration package, which contains your 2023 Visitor’s Badge. This badge will be your multi-use gate pass for the duration of your visit to #CWA2023.
If you used the same email address to register more than one guest, you will receive a separate e-Pass email for each guest registered.
Each e-Pass contains a unique barcode that is validated when scanned at the gate. Once scanned, the barcode immediately becomes invalid for any subsequent entries. So, it’s important to stop by the IBC when you arrive at the show.
Regina is the capital city of Saskatchewan, often known as the Queen City. Regina is the second largest city in the province and is located on Treaty 4 territory, and homeland of the Métis.
The Royal Saskatchewan Museum, RCMP Heritage Centre, and the Regina Symphony Orchestra call Regina home, as well as the CFL’s Saskatchewan Roughriders Football team. Regina is 180 square kilometers in size and is home to more than 220,000 people.
During your visit, the average low temperature can be -12.4° Celsius (9.6°F) and average high can reach -2.3° Celsius (35°F). Expect low humidity and temperatures may fall below -20° Celsius (-4°F) during your visit.
If you plan on sightseeing or attending farm tours, we recommended that you bring warm winter boots, your heaviest coat, a winter hat, scarf, gloves/mittens and sweaters. You can purchase these items in Regina once you arrive if needed.
Passports & Travel Visas
All visitors to Canada require a valid passport, including US citizens. Visa-exempt foreign nationals who fly to a Canadian airport require an Electronic Travel Authorization form (except US citizens). US citizens can visit Canada with just a passport. Please familiarize yourself with the laws and customs of Canada and the rules surrounding what items may be brought into Canada.
The official currency in Canada is the Canadian Dollars, which can be divided into 100 cents (¢). Denominations of currency are in 5¢, 10¢, 25¢, $1, and $2 coins and $5, $10, $20, $50 and $100 bills. $1 coins are affectionately referred to as loonies and $2 coins as toonies. The 1¢ penny was discontinued in 2012 with all transactions now rounded off to the nearest 5¢. NO other currency (including USD) is accepted in Canada. Foreign debit and credit cards can be used.
Most businesses accept Visa, MasterCard and American Express. Banks and currency exchange offices are available throughout Regina. For daily currency exchange rates visit here.
Sales Tax & Tipping
A Provincial Sales Tax (PST) of 6% is applicable in the Province of Saskatchewan. This applies to the purchase or rental of taxable goods and services for consumption or use in Saskatchewan. In addition, there is also a federal Goods & Services Tax (GST) of 5% which is charged on most goods and services purchased in Canada.
Tipping in Canada is much the same as in the USA. It is not mandatory but a tip of 15% – 20% is generally expected for restaurants and taxis. A small tip ($5-$10) is also generally expected for bellhop service and cleaning staff at your hotel.