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Canada Woodworking East
http://www.canadawoodworkingeast.ca

Frequency: Biennial
Venue: Olympic Stadium
Location: Montreal, QC
Average Attendance: 3,000 - 4,000 visitors
About The Show: Eastern Canada’s only bilingual secondary wood event. New show; first edition was held in 2014. Attended by cabinet manufacturers, residential and commercial furniture manufacturers, custom wood product manufacturers, architectural woodworkers, millworkers, and more. Co-located with InterSaw, the international sawmilling expo.

Intersaw - The International Sawmilling Expo
http://www.intersawscie.ca

Frequency: Biennial
Venue: Olympic Stadium
Location: Montreal, QC
Average Attendance: 3,000 - 4,000 visitors
About The Show: Major international event, attended by sawmill owners, mill workers, and other industry stakeholders. Covers over 200,000 square feet of exhibit space. Features the latest equipment and services – from influences in the log-yard, through primary and secondary breakdown, to final shipping of the product. Co-located with Canada Woodworking East, Eastern Canada’s only bilingual secondary wood event.

 

 

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Canada Woodworking West
http://www.canadawoodworkingwest.ca

Frequency: Biennial
Venue: Tradex
Location: Abbotsford, BC
Average Attendance: 2,000 - 3,000 visitors
About The Show: Woodworking machinery and supply show. New show; first edition held in 2015. Attended by secondary woodworkers in BC, AB and SK, including cabinet manufacturers, residential and commercial furniture manufacturers, architectural woodworkers, millworkers and custom wood product manufacturers.

DEMO® International
http://www.demointernational.com

Frequency: Quadrennial
Venue: Varies
Location: Varies
Average Attendance: 7,000 - 9,000 visitors
About The Show: Canadian Woodlands Forum’s flagship event. Takes place every four years. World class, one-of-a-kind industry event with live equipment demos, in woods and in action. Features the latest technologies in equipment, products and services covering all aspects of woodlands operations, from small to large scale. Long running show – has evolved into one of North America’s largest and most distinctive outdoor equipment shows over the course of its 49-year history.