Canadian Condominium Institute (CCI-N) is pleased to announce its 2023 National Leaders’ Forum is being held in Saskatoon (May 31 – June 3, 2023)

This is your opportunity to connect with other individuals from across the country that are involved in the Condominium industry.

Join us for four memorable days of:

About Saskatoon

Saskatoon is a city on the edge of nature. It is the perfect mix of natural beauty and urban amenities. With a median age of 35 and a population of just under 300,000, Saskatoon is both safe and clean, and is one of the fastest growing cities in Canada.

Land Acknowledgement

Long before any bridge or building was here, the area that is now called “Saskatoon” was already a gathering place for the first peoples of this land. Saskatoon is located on Treaty 6 Territory and continues to be the proud home to Plains Cree, Dakota, Saulteaux, Nakoda, and Métis nations.

Things to do in Saskatoon: 

Bessborough Hotel

For history buffs, the Bessborough was designed by Archibald and Schofield for Canadian National Hotels, a division of Canadian National Railway. Opened in 1935, the Châteauesque-styled building is 58.5-metre-tall (192 ft), containing 10 floors. The building is considered one of Canada's grand railway hotels. After its completion, the building was the tallest building in Saskatoon, until the nearby Marquis Tower was completed in 1966.

Broadway Avenue

Visit the Broadway District, a dynamic and animated community with fabulous shopping, arts, culture and entertainment. Choose from 175 independent merchants, specialty shops, fine dining, friendly coffee shops, local artists.

Meewasin Valley Trail

The Meewasin Valley offers over 105 km of trails across 67 square km of land. It provides year-round recreation and wonderful sightseeing opportunities in the heart of Saskatoon and beyond. Take advantage of the well-maintained, multi-use pathways to cycle, jog, cross-country ski, or walk the riverbank trails. Sections of the Meewasin Trail are also part of the Trans Canada Trail which stretches almost 24,000 km across Canada from coast to coast.

Remai Modern (main art gallery of Saskatoon)

Artworks are sited throughout the building, responding to the unique architecture, environment and Prairie light. Remai Modern holds in trust more than 8,000 artworks in a wide variety of media. Remai Modern houses the most comprehensive collection of linocuts by Pablo Picasso (1881-1973). The collection includes posters Picasso made for the local bullfights and the summer pottery exhibitions.

TCU Place

Saskatoon Live Theater

University of Saskatchewan

USask is one of the top research-intensive, medical doctoral universities in Canada, and is home to world-leading research in areas of global importance, such as water and food security and infectious diseases.

Canadian Light Source

Canada's only synchrotron research facility! Over 1,000 scientists from around the world use its synchrotron every year, working to solve humanity's biggest problems in health, energy, agriculture, and the environment.

Wanuskewin Heritage Park 

If you're a history buff, visit the park to learn all about First Nations culture in Canada as well as traditional medicine and hunting techniques used by Indigenous peoples who lived on the prairies before Europeans arrived. This is also where archaeologists uncovered an ancient campsite that contained over 40,000 artifacts!

Western Development Museum (WDM)

The WDM is the largest human history museum in Saskatchewan. With a collection of over 75,000 artifacts ranging from pins to locomotives and four locations in the province, the WDM shares the Saskatchewan story from the beginning of settlement to present day.

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