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, June 9th 2019!
Novel in two parts. Historic Fiction set in Assiniboia Territorie (presently southern Saskatchewan)
An anti-war tale sharing Sioux wisdom healing both aboriginal and white hearts of future generations.
Sask Book Awards nominated 'David G Grade 3: the tragicomic memoir of a reluctant atheist.
Saskatchewan's Francophone school division and is educational, cultural and community partners.
Flex ED is a qualified independent school that is completely virtual servicing students across Saskatchewan.
Tutoring and literacy supports within Saskatoon's core neighbourhoods. Summer camps, reading circles and after-school programs.
We are rooted in faith, growing in knowledge, and reaching out to transform the world.
Candidate from party and riding association want to be present with community.
Saskatchewan's largest independent bookshop, committed to community, imagination and literary diversity. One stop for books, gifts and dining.
Oxford Learning Centre concentrates on developing all aspects of learning which results in better grades.
Purple Fire Publications is a small publishing company based out of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.
The Saskatchewan Literacy Network connects and supports literacy organizations, literacy practitioners, and learners throughout Saskatchewan.
The Let's Roll Recycling Team aims to educate about waste diversion programs in Saskatoon.
|The Saskatchewan Writers’ Guild is a provincial cultural organization that represents writers in all disciplines.|
The largest school division in Saskatchewan with more than 25,000 students attending 62 schools.