The Toronto Sportsmen’s Show is Back This March Break With the Best in Outdoor Adventure and Family Fun!

Canada’s Premier Outdoor Super Show Returns to the International Centre from March 14-18

TORONTO--()--For over 70 years, the Toronto Sportsmen’s Show has brought the best the Canadian wilderness has to offer to families and outdoor enthusiasts. From canine entertainers and Canadian wildlife superstars, to axe throwing and chainsaw carving, the show features exhibits that will amaze and inspire the whole family. Each year, the opening of the show signals that spring is near, and the time has come to break out all the outdoor equipment. So, make your way to the International Centre in Mississauga from March 14th to 18th to experience the very best of fishing, boating, hunting, and outdoor adventure!

“For over 70 years, the Toronto Sportsmen’s Show has brought the best and most exciting in outdoor adventure with a variety of exhibits and attractions the entire family can enjoy,” said Peter Lockhart, President of the Canadian National Sportsmen’s Shows. “This year, we are again continuing this tradition during March Break at the International Centre.”

With more than 300 exhibits, the Toronto Sportsmen’s Show is the largest show of its kind in Canada. The show features an array of interactive and educational exhibits, showcasing everything from fishing, hunting, and boating to outdoor adventure and travel.

“To ensure outdoor enthusiasts of all ages can enjoy the show and be inspired by everything the great Canadian wilderness has to offer, we are pleased to once again offer free parking and complimentary admission for children aged 12 years and under,” Lockhart adds.

Some of the many exciting attractions that headline this year’s show include:

West Coast Lumberjack Show presented by Husqvarna
Prepare to be amazed by the West Coast Lumberjacks, who are back with their popular action-packed show this year that you won’t want to miss. The talented lumber jacks will showcase their strength with performances featuring axe throwing, block chopping, log rolling, tree climbing, and much, much more!

Birds of Prey
Time to get a real bird’s eye view with the Canadian Peregrine Foundation, back by popular demand. Spend some up close and personal time with some of North America’s most magnificent birds and learn more about the efforts at hand throughout the country to conserve and protect these endangered species.

Fish On Productions
This interactive area allows seasoned and novice fishermen of all ages to experience seminars straight from Fish TV pros at their impressive 40-foot seminar tank. Here, kids can experience catching a live trout and take home free fish balloons and friendly temporary tattoos to commemorate their catch.

Speaking of Wildlife
We’re sick of winter too. Stop by and ask a real-life groundhog what the deal with his shadow is. If that’s not your thing, pose with a porcupine or snap a selfie with a snapping turtle! Live animal outreach group, Speaking of Wildlife, will be at this year’s show to give visitors a chance to get familiar with native species of Ontario.

The WoofJocks Canine All Stars
These pup-sized entertainers are the star of the show and back again to take centre stage with their exciting choreographed variety show. With performances that showcase their impressive canine agility and obedience, they’re sure to steal everyone’s heart.

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Admission details:


Adults: $20.00


Seniors (60+): $13.00


Juniors (ages 13-17): $13.00


Children (12 & under): Free! (when accompanied by an adult)


Complimentary parking

About Toronto Sportsmen’s Show
The Toronto Sportsmen’s Show, part of the Canadian National Sportsmen’s Shows (CNSS), first took place in Toronto in 1948 under the leadership of world famous outdoorsman, author and dedicated conservationist, Francis Kortright, who devoted his life to protecting Canada’s wilderness. Over seventy years later, CNSS has helped protect Canada’s outdoors with grants in excess of $32 million.

About CNSS:
Canadian National Sportsmen’s Shows (CNSS) is a not for profit corporation and the largest producer of boat, fishing, hunting, sportsmen’s, ski and outdoor shows in Canada. Through its family of shows, the corporation raises funds to ensure that generations of young Canadians can benefit from Canada’s great outdoors. Since the first show held in 1948, more than $32 million has been contributed towards to these causes.


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Release Summary

From March 14 to 18th, come and experience the best that the great Canadian wilderness has to offer at the 2018 Toronto Sportsmen’s Show!


For media registration or interview requests please contact:
Environics Communications
Rida Ahmed, 416-969-2795