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The Toronto Sportsmen’s Show is Back and You Should Be Going

The International Center in Mississauga, Ontario will host the 69th annual Toronto Sportsmen’s Show March 16-20.

This year’s Toronto Sportsmen’s Show boasts over 350 exhibits from fishing and boating to camping, hiking, and travel. From March 16 through March 20, 2016, visitors to the International Center will be able to take part in one of Canada’s biggest outdoor show events.

Canada National Sportsmen’s Shows President Peter Lockhart said, “We are very excited and proud to be hosting the Toronto Sportsmen’s Show over the March Break. We have always showcased a wide variety of exhibits and attractions celebrating the very best in Canadian outdoor adventure, and with our new timing and location, now even more can share in this experience.”

Lockhart added two other very important points: “We are also pleased to offer free parking and complimentary admission for children aged 12 years and under.”

The International Center is easy to find and simple to navigate once you’ve reached it. With multiple events and seminars each and every day of the show, finding something for you to enjoy won’t be difficult.

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Our Canadian brothers and sisters are some of the most knowledgeable outdoor enthusiasts out there and sharing their experiences comes as second nature. The Canadian National Sportsmen’s Shows (CNSS) has been extending a friendly hand to all who would come and be a part of these exhibits since 1948.

Here’s a small taste of what awaits you and your family at this event:

  • Captain Dave Carraro from Nat Geo Channel’s Wicked Tuna TV show
  • Woman of the Outdoors all-female panel including show ambassador Amanda Lynn Mayhew
  • Husqvarna’s West Coast Lumberjack Show
  • Woofjocks Canine All-Stars
  • The Stellar Birds of Prey exhibit and much more!

This show is much more than just a stop on the “to-do list” for spring. With five full days of events and seminars, you can gain the experience of the pros and veteran outdoorsmen and women of a lifetime.

To really get a taste for what this show offers you can take a visit to their website and see for yourself the vast amount of knowledge that it offers and pick a day suitable for you and your family to attend.

Admission details are this, but don’t miss the coupon promo code to save even more. All prices are in Canadian dollars.

  • Adults: $20
  • Seniors 60 and over: $13
  • Juniors aged 13-17: $13
  • Kids 12 and under: FREE



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The Toronto Sportsmen’s Show is Back and You Should Be Going