What’s on for January ’22.

This post was updated December 20, 2021 to reflect scheduling changes prompted by Covid case counts and variant spread.

Most people are busy wrapping up projects before the Christmas break, which means this month’s event calendar is rather quiet. So we’re looking ahead to trade and consumer events scheduled for January, although we’re doing so with a caveat – a seasonal increase in COVID-19 cases (and the Oimcron variant) could upset this schedule, and we recommend checking event websites regularly to stay abreast of any scheduling changes.

That said, here’s what’s on the schedule for the first month of 2022.

Imprint Canada – the “marketing and information source for printable products” is back, and scheduled for January 7 to 8 in Toronto – DEFERRED TO APRIL 2022.

Landscape Ontario Congress – The LOC has two shows planned in January: an in-person trade show from January 11 to 13, and a virtual conference from January 18 to 20. Click the link above for details. – TRADE SHOW CANCELLED FOR 2022. click here for details.

KNOWSHOW – the winter edition of Canada’s “premier lifestyle trade show” RESCHEDULED TO JULY 2022. Click the link for details.

Franchise Expo – two Franchise Expo shows are planned for January. The first takes place on the 15th and 16th (Toronto), with the second on the 29th and 30th in Halifax. Details at the link above. TORONTO SHOW RESCHEDULED TO APRIL, 2022; HALIFAX SHOW RESCHEDULED FOR FEBRUARY 2022.

The Canadian Golf Course Management Conference will take place January 18 to 20 at Toronto’s Sheraton Centre. RESCHEDULED TO VIRTUAL EVENT FEBRUARY 22 TO 24.

Canada’s Bridal Show – the largest wedding show in Canada is scheduled to return January 21 to 23, in Toronto.

Toronto International Boat Show – the Boat Show is back, in Toronto, and runs from January 22 to 30. IN-PERSON SHOW CANCELLED, VIRTUAL DATES SET FOR JANUARY 26-30.

Toronto Gift & Home Market – Cangift’s Toronto show takes place from January 30 to February 3 at the Toronto Congress Centre. CANCELLED; FALL MARKET BEING PLANNED.

View our disclaimer

Photo courtesy Pexels

%d bloggers like this: