Organizers of Canada’s Farm Show postpone 2020 event


Canada’s Farm Show, formerly known as the Farm Progress Show,  in Regina has been postponed because of the COVID19 outbreak.
The Regina Exhibition Association and the Farm Show advisory board call it a difficult decision.
Exhibition president Tim Reid says the show is about 50 days away but is order to continue flattening the curve of the covid-19 outbreak, it is best to postpone the event.
The show. which was to go June 16th to 18th,  was scheduled to have a completely new look this year with the name change which was announced late last year.
Reid says “it was a difficult decision but important for public health safety”.
He added, “We have a date possibly early next spring or the show will return to its mid-June time slot.”


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