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GLCC at the Virtual Toronto International Boat Show

Authored by David Spencer
January 25, 2022

The Virtual Toronto International Boat Show runs from Wednesday January 26 through to Sunday January 30.  Free registration is required to  attend the virtual show which can easily be done here:

The GLCC is part of the show and we welcome all to visit our virtual booth.  We have set up our booth to try to capture the essence of the GLCC within the constraints set by the virtual show format.  While we miss the excitement of being there in person at the largest indoor boat show in North America, our virtual booth allows us to share a glimpse of the GLCC that’s difficult to do in person.  In addition to a description of our club and a customized virtual brochure, our booth offers visitors two free Harbour Reports, a free GLCC School webinar and a free download of a sample Lifeline magazine.

We welcome your comments about our booth at

One advantage of the virtual show is that the seminars can be viewed from anywhere.  There are 100 live seminars scheduled for the 5 day show.  Many will be available as on-demand recordings a week after the show closes.  You may want to review the seminars listed on the show website.  There are some good speakers including Paul and Sheryl Shard, Behan and Jamie Gifford, Pam Wall, Liza Copeland, GLCC Honorary member Roy Eaton and GLCC Bayfield Award winner Aubrey Millard.

Register for the virtual show today and we hope to be back to the in-person show in January 2023.


Dave Spencer

Rear Commodore - Georgian Bay, The North Channel and Canadian Lake Huron