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2018 Fishing and Great Outdoors Seminars.

Come and meet our many Fishing and Great Outdoors noted speakers

2018 Hunting and Great Outdoors Seminars.

Come and meet numerous noted Hunting and Great Outdoors speakers

2019 Husqvarna Wood Carving Demos.

Wood carving demonstrations on the premises with Lars-Eric Zornow and Husqvarna tools!

2019 Thomas Marine Contest.

Another great contest at the Montreal Show! Thanks to Thomas Marine, a visitor will win a beautiful Princecraft fishing boat, a value of almost $12, 000!

2019 West Coast Lumberjack Show.

West Coast Lumberjack Shows has been providing family focused entertainment to Fairs, Festivals and special events for the past 30 years.

A trout for dinner! 2019 edition.

A renewed tradition at the Outdoor, Hunting, Fishing & Camping Show: A trout for dinner! Visit our "Trout Pond" and catch your dinner. Leave the Show with your dinner.

Archery (Still to be confirmed for 2019).

Come and try archery by yourself

Duck Decoy Contest. 2019 edition.

The popular Duck Decoy Contest is back for again this year. We continue the tradition!

Family day. 2019 edition.

Family day. FISHING TOURNAMENT for kids.

Husqvarna Contest 2019.

GREAT PRODUCTS FOR GREAT WORK! A chance to win $3,048.88 in Husqvarna products!


After many years of existence, the Show is going trough a major transition: A change of address, a full scale migration to the Convention Centre!

Show location

Convention Centre, Montreal

1001 Jean Paul Riopelle Place
Montreal, Quebec H2Z 1H5

(514) 866-5409

Directions & parking

Show hours

  • Thursday, February 14 12:00 noon - 9:00 pm
  • Friday, February 15 11:00 am - 9:00 pm
  • Saturday, February 16 10:00 am - 7:00 pm
  • Sunday, February 17 10:00 am - 5:00 pm


  • Adults $ 16.00
  • Students (12 to 25) and Seniors 65+ (with ID card) $14.00
  • Children (Ages 6 to 11) $5.00
  • Children (5 and under) Free
  • Family Pass (2 Adults & 2 Children 6 to 11) $37.00

About us

The Montréal Outdoor, Hunting, Fishing & Camping Show is produced by the Canadian National Sportsmen’s Shows (CNSS), a non-profit organization that raises funds to ensure that Canada’s outdoors can be enjoyed by young Canadians and generations to come. Since the first show in 1948, more than $32 million has been distributed to support educational initiatives and promote protection and conservation projects across Canada.

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