With more than 500 international delegates from 50+ countries, Canada’s Farm Progress Show is the only show of its kind that brings buyers and exporters together in one location. We'll help you make the most of your visit to Saskatchewan.
The International Business Centre provides comprehensive business services to international visitors in order to make the trip to Saskatchewan productive and convenient.
- Assistance with hotel reservations
- Ground transportation to the show and airport
- Private meeting rooms
- Staff facilitators to arrange meetings between buyers, trade delegations and exporter members
We also offer business-to-business meetings between exporter members and international visitors. No matter the company size, these productive meeting sessions offer a place to facilitate contracts, make formal connections and assess potential partnerships with purchasers or suppliers.
Register for the International Business Centre. You may also request a personalized invitation to attend the show.
You may also request a personalized invitation to attend the show. Please fill out the form with the correct information as it will be used to complete your personalized letter of invitation. This letter is by no means a guarantee for admittance into Canada, but can provide compelling evidence for immigration officials to consider.
Please note that there are no refunds for denied access into Canada.
Letters of Invitation *Registration is now closed!
Having trouble purchasing your Letter of Invitation?
- Try using a different internet browser (e.g. Internet Explorer or Chrome)
- After you have filled out the form, save it to your desktop and attach via email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Travel and Accommodations
Shuttle service to Canada's Farm Progress Show is available from all Regina Hotel Association (RHA) hotels from 7:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. daily. Hotels can also arrange for transportation to and from the airport. For a list of recommended hotels, visit the Stay in Regina website.
Book Your Room Today!
Temporary Resident Visas
Residents of certain countries are required to apply for a temporary visa before gaining entry into Canada.
Canada’s Farm Progress Show works in partnership with a number of organizations to provide specialized programs for international visitors or those considering moving their families here.
The International Business Centre is a cooperative effort of the Government of Canada, Government of Saskatchewan and Government of Manitoba. The centre also receives support from Western Economic Diversification Canada, Saskatchewan Ministry of the Economy, Saskatchewan Trade and Export Partnership, Manitoba Trade & Investment, Global Affairs Canada, Agricultural Manufacturers of Canada and Canada’s Farm Progress Show. Through the International Business Centre outreach program and supporting agencies, Canada’s Farm Progress Show is promoted at more than 70 Canadian consulates and trade offices throughout the world.