Can you believe that it has been three years since Corner Gas went off the air? It really doesn’t seem like it was long ago at all! Even crazier is that fact that we still haven’t been able to create a comedy with as much buzz and more importantly, ratings as Corner Gas did in its six seasons.

In fact, Corner Gas is still so popular that the show’s producers are holding an auction this weekend and will be selling off more than 1,000 props, costumes and set pieces! The money raised will go to the Children’s Hospital Foundation of Saskatchewan. The charity is one that is near and dear to the show’s cast.  In years past, they’ve already raised more than $500,000.

So what can Corner Gas fans expect to pick up at the auction? Everything from furniture from main characters’ homes, to counters and desks from the Corner Gas and police station, and of course, Dog River signs.

The set sale is taking place this Friday to Sunday in Regina.

Mike Morrison


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