All-Canada Show

January 15, 2011 8:43:01 AM PST
The 28th annual All-Canada Show offers Canada's best fishing and hunting and brings the largest contingent of Canadian lodge, camp and outfitters in this market.

Outdoors people can use the show to plan their perfect adventure to Canada. Norm McCreight, a Canadian guide, visited the ABC7 studio to perform a moose call and to cook wild game, moose/ bear steaks and curry potatoes.

All-Canada Show

When: Through Sunday, Jan. 16, 2011

Where: Pheasant Run Resort Expo Center, Hwy. 64, St. Charles

Saturday 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Sunday 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.

Adults: $10
Seniors and children (13-16): $8
Children 12 and Younger: Free
Free Parking

Attractions include:

"The Hanson Buck" presented by Cabela's-The World Record Whitetail visits the All-Canada Show. This life-size exhibit brings you face-to-face with the magnificent buck shot by Milo Hanson of Biggar, Saskatchewan in 1993.

Passports - The All-Canada Show, in conjunction with the United States Postal Service, will be accepting passport applications at the show. Just bring a certified birth certificate. The cost is $97. Go to for more details.

FREE Seminars by Norm McCreight - This Canadian guide is back for his 26th straight year as host of the main stage. In addition he will give two seminars.

Travel Centre-- show guests will receive free maps and travel information from across Canada.

FREE Hunting simulator-Attendees test their hunting skills on a computer generated video simulator. Hunt for bear, whitetail or Elk using our FREE Cabela's hunting simulator.

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