Landscape Ontario's Congress, Canada's largest horticultural event, with a 49 year history, takes place January 11, 12 and 13, 2022 at the Toronto Congress Centre. The show offers:

  • 600+ multinational exhibitors
  • 15,000+ green industry professionals from all sectors
  • LIVE stage offering (FREE) skills training

What are the dates and hours of the 2022 show?
Tuesday, January 11 | 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Wednesday, January 12 | 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Thursday, January 13 | 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Exhibitors will be permitted access to the show floor 1/2 hour before the show opens and 1/2 hour after it closes.

What are the move-in dates and times?
Friday, January 7 | 8:00 a.m. – 12 noon – Stone & Interlock Deliveries Only
Saturday, January 8 | 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Sunday, January 9 | 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Monday, January 10 | 7:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m. – All exhibits completed by 6 p.m.

What are the move-out dates and times?
Thursday, January 13 | 4:00 p.m. – 12:00 midnight
Friday, January 14 | 7:00 a.m. – 2 p.m. – All exhibits removed from the building by 2 p.m.

We are here to answer your questions. Feel free to call for tips on making your show experience awesome! Who to contact for exhibit information about Congress 2022? Please call 1(800) 265-5656 and speak with one of our team members below or email:

For information on Exhibit Space contact:
Heather MacRae,
Director of Events & Trade Shows ext 323 or
Gregory Sumsion, Account Manager, Publications and Trade Show ext 377
Keri MacIvor, Exhibit & Events Sales Specialist ext 354 or

For information on events or the Conference program contact:
Amy Buchanan, Event Experience Manager ext 329 or


What COVID-19 Protocols are in place for exhibitors?
Please visit our COVID-19 Protocols page for information on what exhibitors need to do to attend Congress 2022.

What is the Toronto Congress Centre doing about COVID-19?
TCC has always been at the forefront of their industry and as we look ahead to reopening, they are implementing full-scale enhancements to their already rigorous procedures through their Customer Health & Safety Ensured Program, C.H.A.S.E. Visit for more information.

What do I need to know about Ontario’s mandatory Workplace Health & Safety Programs in regards to Congress?
Landscape Ontario,the Canadian Fence Industry Association,the Toronto Congress Centre and all suppliers appointed by show management for the set-up and tear-down of your exhibit are governed by and follow the procedures defined by the Ministry of Labour's Ontario Occupational Health & Safety Act and Regulations. During move-in and -out, the Congress trade show floor has been designated as an industrial zone. Mandatory regulations that specify certain personal protection equipment (PPE), practices and regulations pertaining to how and by whom work can be performed are in effect.

All exhibit personnel and/or subcontractors involved in set-up and tear-down of your exhibit must complete and be prepared to submit upon request a certificate from the Ministry of Labour's Worker/Supervisor Awareness Training Program. You are advised to share this link with all staff and subcontractors. Save the completed certificates in a file. Bring the file to the show site and have it available during the following period January 7-14, 2022.

What additional regulations should I be aware of when constructing my exhibit?
Complete details concerning the set-up and tear-down of your booth will be found at in the Exhibitor Information sections: Exhibit Rules and Exhibitor Manual. You, your staff and subcontractors must complete and submit the Health and Safety Policy and Declaration. Here are some of the highlights you’ll want to be aware of:


1 Complete Ministry of Labour's Worker/Supervisor Health & Safety Training Program
2 All staff come to show with a full complement of personal protection equipment (PPE) & steel-toed shoes
3 For their safety leave children under the age of 16 at home during move-in and -out
4 Wear hard hats and use yellow caution tape when performing overhead work
5 Wear appropriate personal protection equipment (PPE) (goggles & gloves) when operating hand/power tools
6 Comply with with the mandatory Fall Protection/ Working from Heights training requirements when working at heights over 3 metres
7 Use proper extension devices (i.e. ladders) must be used. Ladders must meet all safety requirements as set out by the OHSA

Do I have to schedule a move-in?
Yes. Refer to the Move-in Request Form. For information pertaining to move-in, you are welcome to contact Keri MacIvor at:

Can I drive my truck right onto the main floor?
No. Unless the vehicle is part of your display booth. You will be required to make special arrangements to drive to your booth in the building. Contact Keri MacIvor at: A complimentary truck washing service is available during move-in.

Will forklifts be available for move-in and move-out?
Yes. Pallets and crates will be unloaded from your truck and delivered to your booth at no charge. Forklifts, if required for work within the confines of your booth, can be rented from Stronco Group of Companies. Order this service prior to move-in.

Where can trucks park during the show days?
Arrangements have been made at the Delta Hotel by Marriott, 655 Dixon Rd, Toronto, ON, Canada.The hotel’s parking lot can accommodate up to 10 - 24' trailers and 5 - 40' trailers. Parking fees are $18 times the number of spots required (i.e. 5 spots X $18=$90X 3 (number of days)) =$270 for 3 days and include overnight parking. There is a special concession for 18-wheeler trucks at a rate of$70/truck/day. Reservations should be made at least two (2) weeks prior in writing to Julius Brown at and include an indication on the length of time the vehicle will be parked and length of the trailer. For more information call Julius at 416-873-7403.

Which hotels are recommended?
Landscape Ontario has selected two host hotels, in close proximity to the Toronto Congress Centre, to accommodate guests during Congress - Delta Hotel by Marriott and Radisson Suites Toronto Airport.

Do not be fooled by a variety of housing bureaus that are not affiliated and have not been authorized to contact you on behalf ofLandscape Ontario nor Congress. The two host hotels will not contact you unless you call them first. Exercise due diligence when contacted by a housing bureau and verify, verify, verify.

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How do I order my exhibitor badges?
Badges can be ordered by using the online Exhibitor Badge service. You are advised to place your badge order by December 17, 2021. For security reasons, we recommend that you only order exhibitor badges for staff that will work in your booth. Any other company representatives should be issued visitor badges.

Where can I pick up my exhibitor’s badge?
Badges will be mailed to exhibitors until December 17, 2021. After that date all exhibitor badges will be held for pick up at the Exhibitor’s Desk during move-in.This desk is located at the show entrance in Hall D.

How many exhibitor badges is my company entitled to?
A maximum of 5 badges per 10 x 10 booth.

What does my badge entitle me to?
An exhibitor badge entitles you to enter the trade show all 3 days.
Please note: A separate fee applies to all educational events and Conference programs. Exhibiting companies are entitled to one (1) complimentary conference pass.

How many VIP passes is my company entitled to?
You will receive an unlimited number of customized digital VIP passes. The power to create you customized digital VIP pass including your company logo is in your hands. More information to come.

Can I order booth furnishings and electrical services on-site?
Yes. There will be an additional cost for ordering booth furnishing or services on-site. To save money, review the deadlines for service contractors in the Exhibitor Manual and then order your carpet, drape, tables, chairs, power, lighting and lead retrieval no later than December 1, 2022.

Do I have to have carpet or other flooring material in my display space?
Yes. Carpet or another suitable flooring material is mandatory for this show. You can supply your own or rent carpet from Stronco Group of Companies. All exhibits are required to have flooring of some nature covering the cement.

Are there any services included in the cost of my booth space purchase?
No. Carpet or other floor coverings and insurance are mandatory additional costs. Other optional costs include: booth furnishings, in-booth materials handling,signs, lead retrieval, power, lighting, personal protective equipment, staffing, hotel accommodation and transportation. See the online Exhibitor Manual for preferred suppliers and service providers.

Do I need proof of liability insurance?
Yes. Exhibitors must provide a minimum of $2 million liability insurance certificate. A certificate of insurance protects you, other exhibitors, attendees, and show management should an incident occur. A copy of your certificate of insurance, from your current business insurance provider or a new policy must be sent to show management no later than December 1, 2022.

Will security be available on a 24-hour basis?
Yes. However, Landscape Ontario and the Toronto Congress Centre will not assume any responsibility for lost, stolen or misplaced materials. Exhibitors are urged to contact their insurance companies to ensure that their exhibits and products are insured during this period. This can be done by placing a rider on your existing business contents insurance or by purchasing a new liability insurance policy. Landscape Ontario suggests the services of

What is the name and address of the facility where Congress is held?
Toronto Congress Centre, South Building, 650 Dixon Road, Toronto, Ontario M9W 1J1
Phone: (416) 245-5000.

Where is the Show Office?
The Show Office is located on aisle 1900 and will be operational from January 7-14, 2022.
Phone: (416) 848-4141.

How should I label material for shipping to the show site?
Packages for delivery to the Landscape Ontario’s Congress show site should be labelled as follows:
Name of Exhibiting Company
Booth #
Landscape Ontario’s Congress
South Building, Door 4
Toronto Congress Centre
650 Dixon Road, Toronto, Ontario, MW9 1J1
Cell # of your onsite company representative
Show Office Tel: 416-848-4141

Can I ship my freight to the building prior to the move-in?
No. Freight will only be accepted by the Toronto Congress Centre during the specified move-in time period. Advance warehousing is available through Stronco Group of Companies. Shipments are accepted in the warehouse Monday to Friday between 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m.. No shipments will be accepted after December 20, 2021. Call: 905-270-6767 for a quote and to make arrangements.

How should I label my advanced warehouse crates and skids?
Advanced Warehouse
Name of Exhibiting Company
Booth #
Landscape Ontario’s Congress / Garden Expo /CFIA’s Fencecraft
1510B Caterpillar Road, Mississauga, ON L4X 2W9
Receiving hours are Monday to Friday, 8:00 am - 4:00 pm

Name of Carrier
Number of pieces ____of______

Direct Ship To
Name of Exhibiting Company
Booth #
Landscape Ontario’s Congress
South Building, Door 4
Toronto Congress Centre
650 Dixon Road, Toronto, Ontario, MW9 1J1
Name of Carrier
Number of pieces ____of______

Where can I access the Rules & Regulations, service order forms and information for Congress 2020?
Once you have confirmed your exhibit space in the show, all the information and order forms are available for download in the online Exhibitor Manual.