Traveling to Saskatoon
If flying into Saskatoon, you will land at the Saskatoon/John G. Diefenbaker International Airport, on the north edge of the city, a 10-minute drive to the city center. You can arrange for a car rental from one of several car rental agencies within the terminal. Just outside the terminal doors, local bus, taxi, limo, wheelchair accessible transportation (arrange in advance) are available. Please see the contact details below.
We are pleased to be partnering with Air Canada to offer you preferred discount rates for your travel to GeoSaskatoon.
Use this discount code when booking your flights between Sunday, September 24, 2023 and Wednesday, October 11, 2023. J3V86U31
For North America 5% applies on standard fares, 10% on flex fares & higher. For International Travel 10% on standard fares & higher.
Local Transportation Options
Local Bus: Local transit service to most of the city. There is a central transit hub located in downtown. Live maps, route planning tools, information on fares are available on the Saskatoon Transit website.
Taxi & Ride Shares: There are several local transportation companies, only a phone call or a click away.
Comfort Cabs: +1 (306) 242-6666
Provincial Car Service: +1 (306) 665-0000
Train: Via Rail Canada is a trans-Canadian passenger train service. It stops in Saskatoon three times a week from May to October on its run between Toronto and Vancouver. It offers a one-of-a-kind trip through the Prairies and over Rockies on your way to the Pacific Coast of Canada. Connect to other routes along the way to get to Northern Manitoba or all the way to the Atlantic Coast.
Car: Saskatoon is a modern city with an excellent road system. Speed limit within the city is 50 km/hr. Circle Drive, as its name suggests, circles the city, creating a streamlined commuter route as well as connecting to major highways; speed limit here is 90 km/hr. Be aware that there are speed cameras along the route.
E-Scooter! Traveling via e-scooter around Saskatoon is one of the most convenient ways to explore the city.
In Saskatoon, Bird and Neuron are the E-scooter vendors which provide up to 500 of the stand-up E-scooters. They can be used on shared-use paths, pathways, cycle tracks, and protected bike lanes.
Canadians (including dual and Canadian permanent residents) and USA citizens need to only carry a valid passport to travel to and within Canada. However, depending on your country or territory, you may need to obtain a visa OR an Electronic Travel Authorization (eTA) in addition to holding a valid passport. Find more information regarding entry requirements to Canada here.
Letter of Invitation
A letter of invitation can be provided to those who require one for visas or other related administrative reasons. This letter aims to only assist participants for their travel to Canada and does not imply any commitment for the Organizing Committee to provide financial support.
To receive a Letter of Invitation, delegates must first register for the Conference and letters will only be issued to attendees who have paid for their registration in full. Please be advised that the Secretariat requires 2-3 business days to process visa invitation letters for payments made by bank transfer or e-transfer.
A visa invitation letter is no guarantee to receive a visa and it is the sole responsibility of the attendee to contact the embassy or consulate to obtain the necessary paperwork for entry into the country.
The Secretariat reserves the right to refuse requests for visa invitation letters submitted less than 6 weeks prior to the event.
Our goal is to deliver an exceptional onsite experience. We work with our partners, guests, exhibitors and event staff to produce a seamless, productive, enjoyable and, most importantly, safe conference. 11ICI will be carefully adhering to local, provincial and federal public health guidelines.
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