The Word On The Street's Exhibitor Marketplace is the largest of its kind in Canada. It offers festival-goers a window into the Canadian literary scene, the chance to purchase books from tons of vendors - it's Canada's biggest outdoor bookstore! – and speak with the people who fuel the publishing industry across the country. Find your next literary treasure on Sunday, September 16, 2018!
Saskatchewan's Francophone school division and is educational, cultural and community partners.
Coteau publishes examples of the best fiction, poetry, and young readers' fiction written in Canada.
Publish French books of writers from western Canada or authors reflecting reality of western Canada.
Flex ED is a qualified independent school that is completely virtual servicing students across Saskatchewan.
We are rooted in faith, growing in knowledge, and reaching out to transform the world.
|Mindfully crafted children’s books with inspiring learning messages to empower brilliant young minds.|
|KCJ is a national non-profit dedicated to sharing computer coding with teachers and kids!|
|Kumon is the world's most successful after school learning program for preschool through 12th grade.|
|Popular, independent author and blogger of five children's books, a contemporary novel, and weekly blog.|
|Promised Land Novel in two parts-Bk1 Love and Hate-Bk 11 Home and Family|
|Purple Fire Publications is a small publishing company based out of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.|
|The Rolling Education Unit promotes recycling & waste diversion intiatives in Saskatoon through interactive games.|
|Educational resources - connecting Saskatchewan's past to you. New game and books available; displays.|
|The Saskatchewan Literacy Network connects and supports literacy organizations, literacy practitioners, and learners throughout Saskatchewan.|
|The Saskatchewan Writers’ Guild is a provincial cultural organization that represents writers in all disciplines.|
|The Willow Awards promote reading and Canadian literature through our Saskatchewan children's choice book awards.|
|Saskatoon Public Schools operates 49 elementary schools, 10 collegiates, two associate and one alliance school.|
|The Saskatoon Writers’ Collective offers support by focusing on craft development and building community.|