Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the Regina Exhibition Association Limited (REAL) and the Canada’s Farm Show advisory board have made the decision to postpone this year’s show.
“This is an unprecedented time for our city, province, country, the world,” says Tim Reid, president and CEO of REAL. “We are about 50 days away from the scheduled event. We have continued to monitor the COVID-19 pandemic and have adjusted and adapted to the public health orders that remain in place. In order to continue flattening the curve, we felt it was best to make the difficult decision to postpone the event.”
Canada’s Farm Show was scheduled for June 16 to 18, 2020. A rescheduled date has not been confirmed.
Organizers had made some major changes for the 2020 show, changing the name from Canada’s Farm Progress Show to Canada’s Farm Show, as well as moving it a week earlier and entirely indoors.
Exhibitors who have paid registrations and reserved booth space will have that reservation held over for the re-scheduled date, according to the REAL website.