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Ryan MacIvor Named General Manager of Mosaic Place as Spectra Takes Over Venue Management

Industry Vet Brings 19 Years Experience to Moose Jaw’s Premier Arena

Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan (September 24, 2019)
— Spectra, the largest private management company in Canada, has appointed Ryan MacIvor as general manager to lead venue operations at Mosaic Place. The company, which operates 25 venues across Canada, began its management contract at the 4,500-seat arena in Moose Jaw on September 3.

MacIvor will oversee all aspects of the facility’s daily operations, including contract negotiations, event booking, financial planning, and marketing initiatives. He will work closely with the Western Hockey League’s Moose Jaw Warriors, the building’s main tenant, and manage all ice hockey and curling events.

“Spectra manages venues across the country, from the east coast to the west,” MacIvor said, “and we look forward to positioning Moose Jaw at the epicenter of Canada’s central corridor. We want the region to be a hub for world-class sports and entertainment—as well as host to an abundance of community events—and look forward to training our employees to deliver an excellent guest experience.”  

Previously, MacIvor was Spectra’s general manager at the Encana Events Centre in Dawson Creek, British Columbia, which regularly hosts concerts, motorsports, and family shows. While there, he secured an historic five-year hosting partnership with Hockey Canada, and was one of 12 people in the country that sat on Hockey Canada’s National Task force for Events. Simultaneously, he oversaw Tourism Dawson Creek, the city’s destination management organization, and was responsible for the Visitor Centre operations, the Sports and Events Office, and an attraction called the Alaska Highway House.

“With Ryan at the helm, Spectra will position Moose Jaw as a must-stop destination for sports and entertainment,” Moose Jaw Mayor Fraser Tolmie said. “Our new partner brings considerable resources to the table: strong relationships with promoters, business intelligence, streamlined policies and procedures, next-level customer service, and a network of professionals across North America to help train and support our employees. We look forward to optimizing our operations and restoring vibrancy to our cherished venue.”

Dean Clarke, Spectra’s regional vice president who oversees Canada, added: “Ryan is one of Spectra’s top general managers. He is dedicated not only to the success of the venue, but also to the success of each employee. He won’t relent until Mosaic Place is once again recognized as one of the best venues in Saskatchewan.”

Spectra operates 182 venues across North America, with 25 located in Canada.

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About Spectra 

Spectra is an industry leader in hosting and entertainment, partnering with clients to create memorable experiences for millions of visitors every year. Spectra’s unmatched blend of integrated services delivers incremental value for clients through several primary areas of expertise: Venue Management, Food Services & Hospitality, and Partnerships. Learn more at Follow Spectra on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and LinkedIn.


About Mosaic Place

Mosaic Place is a multi-purpose 200,000 square foot facility located in in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, Canada. The 4,500- seat arena is home to Western Hockey Leagues’ Moose Jaw Warriors. Inside the facility is Moose Jaw Ford Curling Centre complete with eight sheets of ice regulated for curling. Privately managed by Spectra, the venue will host a variety of events throughout the year including ice hockey games, concerts and community events.    

The Offspring with Sum41  | November 22, 2019 

Opening Act -  Dinosaur Pile-up

Doors 6 pm | Showtime 7 pm


Ticketing Options

General Admission Standing Floor -   Total $105.00

Arena Seating - $ 98.50

Section C - $ 84.50

Club -$104.50

The Offspring VIP Tour Package Floor - $180

The Offspring VIP Tour Package – Arena Seating - $170

Sum41 Early Entry/Merch Package  (Floor) - $ 180

Sum41 Early Entry/Merch Package (Arena Seating) - $170

Sum41 Early Entry/Merch Package (Floor) - $ 243

Sum41 Early Entry/Merch Package (Arena Seating) - $233

Suites  5 or 6 ticket minimum $95  -  Please confirm all purchases of suites with Angie.  Deadline to purchase suite by November 18th.


VIP Packages Available

The Offspring - VIP Tour Package 

P1 Floor - $ 180

P2 – Arena Seating - $170

Package includes:

 One general admission pit or premium reserved seated ticket

  • VIP early entry into the venue
  • Limited edition The Offspring tour poster
  • Exclusive The Offspring merchandise pack
  • Commemorative tour laminate
  • Early entry VIP wristband
  • On-site VIP host
  • Limited availability
  • VIP details will be emailed to fans 3-5 days prior to show date


Sum41 Ultimate Experience Package

P1 – Floor $243

P2 – Arena Seating $233


Description of package:

  • One Premium Reserved or GA Pit Ticket 
  • Meet & Greet and Photo with Sum41
  • Invitation to Soundcheck Viewing Access
  • Sum 41 Merchandise Pack designed exclusively for VIP purchasers
  • Venue Early Entry 


Sum 41 Early Entry/Merch Package:

P1 – Floor  $180 

P2 – Arena Seating  $170.00

Description of package:

  • 1 Premium Reserved or GA Pit Ticket
  • Sum 41 Merchandise Pack designed exclusively for VIP purchasers
  • Venue Early Entry

Offspring Sum41

New Venue. New Look. New Experience.

Festival is the holiday event of the year in Moose Jaw where the business community and volunteers come together to help the Moose Jaw Health Foundation raise funds for new state-of-the-art medical equipment to save lives at our hospital.  Festival of Trees, over the last 27 years, has raised over $4,000,000.   No charitable event has enhanced healthcare for generations in Moose Jaw more than Festival of Trees.

Festival of Trees kicks-off the holiday season in the friendly city on Saturday, November 16th with a new venue, new look and new experience.  This year’s theme, “Kaleidoscope” will inspire a brilliant holiday season.

While helping people have access the best medical equipment in Canada will not change, Festival is evolving to meet the needs and lifestyle of Festival guests.  This year Festival of Trees is implementing many dynamic changes designed to create an even more magical holiday event.

There are ten primary changes to Festival of Trees this year:

  1. New Location – Mosaic Place (Moose Jaw Ford Curling Centre)
  2. Celebrity Chef  (Dale McKay – Winner Top Chef Canada)
  3. Served plated meal
  4. Lower price now $150 (formerly $200)
  5. Production lighting and sound
  6. Online ticket purchase
  7. Digital Auction Catalogue & Online Silent Auction Bidding (Displayed on screen)
  8. New Band – Rock Candy
  9. Digital Mammography Equipment (Goal of Festival)
  10. Valet Parking

James Murdock, Chairman of the Moose Jaw Health Foundation, commented, “There is no other event like Festival of Trees.  The community comes together to help the Foundation save lives at the Dr. F.H. Wigmore Regional Hospital.  The incredible Festival Volunteer Committee is creating an experience never seen in Moose Jaw before.  I encourage every business and person in our community to come to the Moose Jaw Ford Curling Centre at Mosaic Place to experience it.  Your support will help those in the fight against breast cancer.”

Money raised at the all-new Festival of Trees will go towards the Foundation’s Mammography Matters campaign to bring the next generation of mammography to our community.  Last year over 3,300 mammograms were performed at our hospital.  Every dollar raised at Festival of Trees will stay in Moose Jaw to help in the early detection of breast cancer.

New Venue. New Look.  New Experience.

Following Festival of Trees on Saturday, Festival weekend continues with the Sunday Brunch, and Sundae with Santa presented by SaskWater.

To book your table or for more information, please call 306-694-0373.

The Brom 1016 x 384

Mosaic Place is pleased to welcome Moose Jaw’s own The Bromantics Friday July 19th, 2019.  For one night only The Bromanitcs will fill the Moose Jaw Ford Curing Centre with sounds from from Louis Prima to Ben E. King, and everything in between! 

These boys are paying tribute to the bands that started it all, AND performing originals to follow suit. The Bromantics are a youthful revitalization of the 1950's, with brilliant brass tones and doo-wop harmonies they keep the audience screaming for more, The Bromantics are a cross between nostalgia and modern trend, attracting people of all ages.

The songs are timeless and the dances are contagious. The Bromantics' animated performances have proven to fill any size dance floor.

Door will open at 6pm.  

Swing lessons available from 6:30 to 7:30pm. 

Let the music play with show time at 8pm

General Admission Seating - $25/ticket taxes and fees included

VIP Tables of eight for $250 taxes and fees included.  Table will receive a complimentary bottle of wine to start the evening.

Tickets available exclusively through the Mosaic Place Box Office at 624 2050 or online at

Summer Box Office Hours

Tuesday to Friday

10am to 4pm

Check them out on youtube

Box Office Hours of Operation

Currently Closed 

Box Office Hours of Operation

Mosaic Place Box Office is currently closed.