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From February 14th to 17th, 2019, The Palais des congrès de Montréal will host, for the very first time, the 58th edition of the Montreal Outdoor, Hunting, Fishing and Camping Show!

After months of analysis and strategic consultation, the owners of this very popular event have decided to relocate the Show to enhance its future.

“The Montreal Outdoor, Hunting, Fishing and Camping Show is a real institution” stated Peter Lockhart, President of the Canadian National Sportsmen’s Shows, “We have been dedicated to the great outdoors and strongly active in the province of Quebec for more than 57 years. As a leader in Canadian consumer shows our heritage is important and our roots are deep. We have seen many generations of lovers of the outdoors, hunters, fishermen, campers, boaters, ATV users, mountain cyclists, trekkers and wild adventure seekers come to our shows to learn, gain experience, be entertained and to buy the latest goods and services,” added Lockhart.

Year after year, the Montreal Outdoor, Hunting, Fishing and Camping Show offers a full spectrum of assorted great outdoor activities and continues to transmit the passion for nature to many new visitors.

The move to the Palais des congrès, with its numerous features and services befitting a highly modern facility, truly compliments the excitement of the Show.


Show location

Convention Centre, Montreal

1001 Jean-Paul-Riopelle Place
Montreal, Quebec H2Z 1H5

(514) 866-5409

Directions & parking

Show hours

  • Thursday, February 20 12:00 noon - 9:00 pm
  • Friday, February 21 11:00 am - 9:00 pm
  • Saturday, February 22 10:00 am - 7:00 pm
  • Sunday, February 23 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 and Fishing 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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