Toronto Boat Show planning for 2022


Aug 17, 2021

Photo credit: Dave Sandford

The Toronto International Boat Show, the largest in Canada, is planning for show in January 2022, resuming the schedule we have all learned to love. It’s summer now, but when it’s cold and bleak outside, getting together with boats and boaters is an important antidote.

Below is a segment of a letter TIBS sent last week to exhibitors. More new will follow soon.

We look forward to welcoming you back in-person, to the Toronto International Boat Show, January 21 – 30, 2022.

With the success of the nationwide immunization campaign and low case numbers, Ontario has progressed to the final re-opening stage. This has been very positive news for Shows, Live Events, and Indoor Gatherings!

TIBSWith the easing of Covid-19 restrictions, we feel confident about the current timing for distribution of renewal contracts for Exhibitors.

It will continue to be our priority to ensure we produce the quality of show you know and expect from us, while working in accordance with government and venue guidance to ensure a safe and successful event.

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