Toronto Sportsmen's Show
March 15 - 19
The International Centre
The International Centre
Stay Clear and Stay Safe! On Saturday, March 18, OPG will hand out free water safety bags and information materials to help keep families safe this winter.
Looking to discover new recipes for fresh-cooked Ontario fish and wild game? Then don’t miss the live cooking seminars happening at the show! Stop by to check out fishing Pro Italo Labignan and Chefs Ted Reader and Tawfik Shehata live in action on the “Cook Your Catch” stage, presented in partnership with Foodland Ontario.
This interactive area allows both young and old to experience angling seminars straight from the Fish TV Pros.
This interactive area allows both young and old to experience angling seminars straight from the Fish TV Pros. On top of that, the 40 foot seminar tank will allow everyone to visualize what’s actually happening under water. It’s a great experience for all.
The Toronto Sportsmen’s Show is thrilled to welcome back West Coast Lumberjack Show for 2017. This action packed show is presented by Husqvarna
Get a peek at the classic outboard engines that ruled the lakes in the 1920's, 30's, 40's and 50's.
Don't miss the Beasley Brothers on the Great Outdoors Stage!
Get ready for this years lineup on the Great Outdoors Seminar Stage! Everything you need to know, straight from the experts themselves! You don't want to miss this
The MNRF booth has lots of fun activities the whole family can enjoy. Their fishing simulator invites children and adults to experience the thrill of catching a fish! Click to find out more!
What's New!? Check out What's New from our Exhibitors at the 2017 Toronto Sportsmen's Show!
You won't land a live fish out of this Casting Pond, but you might land your share of over $75,000 in cash prizes!
The Toronto Sportsmen’s Show is pleased to welcome the talented, fun and energetic Woof Jocks Canine All Stars back to the show!
The Toronto Sportsmen’s Show is thrilled to welcome Speaking of Wildlife back to the show.
Are YOU ready for this years spectacular Women of The Outdoors panel? You don't want to miss this panel happening on the Great Outdoors Stage, Thursday, March 16th!
Kevin Lewis, Chainsaw Carver returns and he'll be displaying the transformation of a plain block of wood to an amazing piece of artwork!
The Canadian Peregrine Foundation is a non profit group dedicated to the restoration and recovery of endangered and threatened raptors (birds of prey) here in Canada. At the Toronto Sportsmen's Show, you can get an opportunity to see these beautiful birds up close!
The Toronto Sportsmen's Show is thrilled once again to have celebrity outdoorswoman Amanda Lynn Mayhew as an official Show Ambassador
Enjoy and learn from lifelike mounts that competitors from across the country bring to vie for prestigious awards and accolades. See up close and personal the animals, birds and fish in nature that most may only see from afar.
Keep Canada Fishing is the national voice of Canada’s anglers, leading the effort to preserve your right to sustainably fish on our lakes, oceans, rivers and streams.
Lawrence Gunther, North America’s only totally blind professional angler, learn how you too can feel the bite!
Boasting over 350,000 square feet of exhibit space, all under one roof, The Toronto Sportsmen’s Show attracts over 300 exhibitors displaying a diverse range of products and services all promoting the great outdoors. Major segments of the show include: fishing, hunting, boating, camping, travel, outdoor adventure and much more.
The Toronto Sportsmen’s Show is renowned for its crowd-attracting and crowd-pleasing features. In 2016, 68,500 visitors streamed through the doors to shop, explore, learn and be entertained. Learn more at www.torontosportshow.ca.
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, Frank Kortright, who devoted his life to protecting Canada’s wilderness. Sixty seven years later, CNSS has helped protect Canada’s outdoors with grants in excess of $32 million. Community programs launched by CNSS include “Kids Fishing Day,” which allocated more than 65,000 fishing kits to kids over the ten years of the program.