Halifax postponed; three Boat and Sportsmen’s Shows go digital


Mar 11, 2021


Last week, Nova Scotia Premier Iain Rankin and Dr. Robert Strang, Chief Medical Officer of Health, announced tighter COVID-19 restrictions in the province. As of Saturday, March 6, special events, including trade shows, are not permitted until at least the end of March, and residents are being asked to avoid non-essential travel in and out of HRM during this period.
As a result, Master Promotions Ltd., along with event partner Boating Atlantic, announced the postponement of the 2021 Halifax International Boat Show, which was scheduled for March 25-28, 2021. The next edition of the Halifax International Boat Show will take place in February 2022.

Master Promotions also announces the postponement of the Moncton Boat Show & NB Sportsmen & Fly Fishing Show, originally slated for April 9-11, 2021 at the Moncton Coliseum Complex. These shows will now take place in March 2022.  

Alberta Sportsmens ShowAlberta

The Alberta Sportsmen’s show Digital Marketplace is now available as part of the show’s websites. Those who would have attended the shows in-person can search the platform by company name, or filter by category. Exhibitor listings include detailed company information, photos, videos, product highlights, and any special offers or promotions they choose to feature. Seminars will also be released throughout the month. Users can easily connect by clicking email, website, and social media buttons.

BC Sportsmen's Show




Likewise, the 2021 edition of the BC Sportsmen’s Show – which has been postponed to 2022 – has moved to an online platform, BC Sportsmen’s Show Digital Marketing Platform designed to connect regular event attendees with the show’s exhibitors.  

Toronto Sportsmen's Show








As well, The 2021 edition of the Toronto Boat & Sportsmen’s Show has been postponed to March of 2022 and has moved to an online platform Digital Marketplace.

All three Digital Marketplaces will be available for a limited time– from Monday, March 1st through Wednesday, March 31st.

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