All Saints School. Children carrying wood

All Saints School. Children carrying wood -- [192_?].

The General Synod Archives/ Anglican Church of Canada/ P7538 (231)

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Travel

Air Canada is the official airline for the Saskatchewan National Event. For passengers booking a flight to Saskatoon for the TRC National Event, please note the following:

This a promotion code for the Saskatchewan National Event: NCR6WEW1
To book a flight with your promotion code, access www.aircanada.com and enter your promotion code in the search panel.

The booking is to be made to the following city: Saskatoon, YXE (SK)
The travel period begins Monday, June 11, 2012 and ends Sunday, July 1, 2012.


What to bring to Saskatoon

If you plan to provide a statement, please note that Survivors have found comfort in bringing:
•    Photos
•    Documents
•    Recordings
•    Journals or diaries
•    Letters
•    Etc.
The TRC will scan or copy your documents and return them to you.


How To Get Here

The City of Saskatoon is easily accessible by land and air for those wishing to attend from Saskatchewan and neighbouring Alberta, Manitoba and the North.

Road

Saskatoon has easily accessible ground transportation that provides access via the Trans-Canada Highway/Yellowhead Highway (Hwy 16), Louis Riel Trail (Hwy 11) and Hwy 12.

Air

The John G. Diefenbaker International Airport/Saskatoon Airport Authority serves the most areas in this region, as well as the North.
Airlines include:

•    Air Canada
•    Pronto Airways
•    Transwest Air
•    West Wind Aviation Express Air Club
•    West Wind Aviation Inc.
•    WestJet

Other

Via Rail
Greyhound Canada
Saskatchewan Transportation Company (STC) - a passenger transportation and parcel express service that operates throughout Saskatchewan, with three main terminals in Regina, Saskatoon and Prince Albert and an additional 197 rural agencies in the Province.