It was named in honour of Canada's recently completed centennial celebrations. It was part of a major redevelopment of Saskatoon's downtown following the closure of its CNR station; the project also saw the construction of the Midtown Plaza mall. In 2006 the centre underwent major renovation with funding from TCU Financial Group, giving it naming rights for 10 years as TCU Place Arts & Convention Centre. In 2013, TCU renewed the naming rights until 2026. (Wikipedia)

Wikipedia TCU_Place
Capacity 2003
Address 35 22nd Street East Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada , Saskatchewan, Canada
Architect Kerr Cullingworth Riches Associates
Opening year 1968, April 1st
Official website