SASKATOON -- The COVID-19 pandemic has caused many community events in the Saskatoon and Prince Albert to be postponed or cancelled. Here's a list of all that have been announced.

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  • Classes from Pre-K to Grade 12 will be winding down by March 20.
  • The University of Saskatchewan is suspending all classes on its Saskatoon campus Monday through Wednesday this week. Beginning Thursday, the school will move to remote delivery of classes for the remainder of the winter term.
  • The University of Saskatchewan will not be holding its seventh annual One Day for Students campaign on Tuesday, March 17.
  • Saskatchewan Polytechnic is cancelling all classes and programming. Programs will be offered online or through alternative delivery options where possible effective March 23.


  • All Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League games and hockey-related activity are cancelled until further notice.
  • The Saskatchewan Hockey Association provincial playoffs, Sask First Female Futures, Sask First Female Jamborees and Sask First Female and Sask First Midget Tournaments are cancelled.
  • The Saskatoon Hilltops Football Night in Saskatoon, scheduled for April 3, is postponed.
  • National Lacrosse League games have been suspended until further notice. The Saskatchewan Rush have four home games left.
  • The Western Hockey League has paused the rest of the season until further notice. The Saskatoon Blades have five regular season games left.
  • The Kinsmen Indoor Games have been cancelled.
  • The Saskatchewan Summer Soccer Series preseason match weekend is cancelled (March 28-29).

Arts and Culture

  • The Juno Awards and related festivities are cancelled.
  • The Saskatoon Symphony Orchestra has announced that the Accent with the SSO concert has been postponed; the last shows of the SaskTel Symphony in Schools Tour are cancelled; the Mozart Reimagined project is postponed; and the Music Talk at McNally for March 31 has been cancelled.
  • Celine Dion's April 25 performance in Saskatoon has been postponed. Show dates from March 24 through April 27 are to be rescheduled.
  • The Cirque du Soleil Axel event scheduled for July 9 to 12 at SaskTel Centre is cancelled.
  • Comedian Bob Saget's March 16 show at Dakota Dunes Casino has been postponed until Nov. 20.
  • The Saskatoon Soaps have cancelled their March 20 show.
  • Persephone Theatre is cancelling three of its upcoming productions, the province wide Youth Tour and School of Theatre programming.
  • The Glorious Sons show at TCU Place has been postponed.
  • The Saskatoon Community Bands "Mozart Meets Monk" concert at the Broadway Theatre is cancelled.

Local events

  • FSIN is postponing all sporting events, gatherings, conferences and forums until further notice.
  • All Western Development Museum locations in Moose Jaw, North Battleford, Saskatoon and Yorkton are closed to the public effective Tuesday.
  • Wanuskewin Heritage Park will be closed for two weeks effective March 16. An announcement is planned for March 30 regarding reopening.
  • The City of Saskatoon is temporarily shutting down its leisure facilities and all Saskatoon Public Library locations.
  • The Nutrien Wonderhub is closed for two weeks starting March 15.
  • Seedy Saturday, hosted by CHEP Good Food Inc., is cancelled.
  • The March 20 Perogy Supper in Borden is postponed.
  • Saskatoon Police Service has cancelled its 2020 Diversity Breakfast. It was set for March 19.
  • Gardenscape at Prairieland Park scheduled for March 27-29 is cancelled.
  • The HomeStyles Home & Renovation Show, set for March 20-22, is postponed.

Business events

  • 23rd Annual Business Builder Awards on March 19 is postponed.
  • Club Connect on March 13 is postponed.
  • Provincial budget address, co-hosted by the Greater Saskatoon Chamber of Commerce on March 20, is postponed.
  • NSBA annual general meeting luncheon on March 25 is postponed.
  • Club Connect on March 27 is postponed.
  • The SABEX Awards Gala scheduled for April 24 has been postponed
  • All Greater Saskatoon Chamber of Commerce networking events have been postponed. The organization's office will be closed until the end of March with staff working from home.


A previous version of this article incorrectly stated that U of S classes had been cancelled.