Attendance up at Sportsmen’s Show

by Editorial Staff | March 31, 2023
Toronto Sportsmen's Show crowd
Photo: Jason Bain

The 75th annual Toronto Sportsmen’s Show held at The International Centre earlier this month saw more than a 30% increase in attendance.

The show, held March 16 to 19, displayed the latest in fishing, hunting, boating, and power sports.

“We saw a more than 30% attendance increase from past editions, which is incredible,” show manager Mike Blakoe stated. “It was thrilling to see so many eager outdoors people all in one place. The International Centre was flooded with visitors of all ages and interests.”

Highlights included multiple seminar stages and hands-on, family-friendly features, such as a casting pond provided by the Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry, and an archery range from the OFAH National Archery in the Schools (NASP) program.

Sportsmen’s Show winners named

Organizers of the show, produced by Master Promotions, announced several award winners, including:

  • Sabrina Lyon, winner of an ISUP inflatable paddle board from Rove Board Co.
  • Adam Platz, winner of a Hisun MB200 Minibike from Del Mastro’s
  • Robert Riddell, winner of a Canuck Elite Hudson from O’Dell Engineering

The show will return in 2024, organizers said. For more information, visit or find the show on Facebook and Instagram.

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