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Nutrien WinterShines Festival

Each year, Nutrien hosts Saskatoon’s premier winter festival, WinterShines. WinterShines is a family event that has activities and performances for all ages. This event is truly something that brings people from all walks of life together and allows for the whole family to come out and experience the wonders of Saskatoon in the winter….

Oriental Dragon Boat Races

For the ninth year in a row, our Nutrien Aurora site participated in the annual Oriental Dragon Boat Races. Our enjoyably competitive “Fossil Floaters” brought home the third place prize this year and had times that beat their fastest times in 2017 when they won first place. The dragon boats that are used for…

Northbrook, Illinois

  Northbrook is an affluent suburb of Chicago, located at the northern edge of Cook County. When incorporated in 1901, the village was known as Shermerville in honor of Frederick Schermer, who donated the land for its first train station. The village changed its name to Northbrook in 1923 as an effort to improve…

Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

  In the Canadian province of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon is the largest city.  Saskatoon straddles the South Saskatchewan River and is considered the region’s cultural and economic hub. The most recent census estimates Saskatoon’s population as 295,095, the 17th largest CMA in Canada. Some of the many nicknames include Paris of the Prairies, Toon Town, S’Toon,…

Events – February 2018

February 2018 Calendar of Events   United States Properties Marseilles, Illinois The Shred415 + BCB Face-Off ROUND 2-February 3rd The first go at it was a HUGE success so they are doing it again and this time they’re bringing in HINSDALE too! Join Shred415 + BCB for the ‘Burbs vs. City Faceoff. All proceeds from…

Rocanville, Saskatchewan

  Rocanville is a community in Saskatchewan, Canada, and home to the largest oil can in the world. It is home of the Potash Corporation of Saskatchewan potash mine which recently announced a $1.6 billion expansion. Rocanville is also the home of the Symons Oiler factory which produced over 1 million oil cans during…

Allan, Saskatchewan

  Allan was incorporated as a village on June 9, 1910 though the first homesteaders first started arriving in 1903. It was incorporated as a town in 1965. Allan has a population of 648 and is located in west central Saskatchewan.  Jared Cowan formerly of the Toronto Maple Leafs hails from Allan and is…

Events – January 2018

January 2018 Calendar of Events   United States Properties   Marseilles, Illinois New Year’s Day 5K Run & Walk-January 1st Get ready to shake, rattle and roll (or at the very least walk) on the first day of 2018 at Chicago’s 33rd New Year’s Day 5K Run & Walk. This iconic annual sprint is…

Marseilles, Illinois

  Marseilles is located in LaSalle County, Illinois. Marseilles is part of the Ottawa-Peru, Illinois Micropolitan Statistical Area. Marseilles is known for the Nabisco Building which was built in 1921 which at the time was the largest industrial building in the state outside of Chicago. The Nabisco company was a major employer in the…

Cincinnati, Ohio

  Cincinnati is a major city in the state of Ohio, and is located on the Ohio River. To the north is the Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden. The Cincinnati Museum Center encompasses history, science and children’s museums in the art deco Union Terminal. The Over-the-Rhine district is known for its 19th-century architecture, including…