Thousands from across the province, country and world are flocking to Evraz Place to celebrate agriculture.
Canadian Western Agribition is back in Regina for it’s 48th running.
The halls and corridors were filled with school children and teachers, learning about the industry and it’s importance to Saskatchewan.
One of those teachers in attendance was Chas Bonnor, from Thomson Community School.
“The kids are getting to the age where they’re starting to think about what they’re going to do when they’re older,” he said. “Seeing the different opportunities that are out there, whether it’s producing, whether it’s the supply side of things.”
Bonnor believes it’s vital for students to be engaged in the premise of the exhibition.
“It’s an opportunity that these kids have that nobody else in Canada really gets to. We’re lucky enough to have Agribition here in the city.”