FREE Admission to attend the Virtual Toronto Boat Show! January 26 - 30, 2022

Register at TorontoBoatShow.com

While not the same as being in-person, the show will help you get ready for boating season.

To register, once you visit the Boat Show's website click "Register" and you will be prompted to enter your name and email address...that's it!

The virtual platform is a user-friendly way to connect with exhibitors, so you can search for products & services and buy from dealers, retailers & suppliers. Plus there’s over 200 seminars!

A whole NEW way to get ready for YOUR boating season!

  • Connect with Exhibitors and thousands of boats, accessories and services
  • Engage directly with experts at our virtual seminars
  • Watch TIBS TV - Exclusive live content, created just for boaters
  • Great Boat Show Specials; Compare, Shop, Deal
  • Get advice from fellow boaters & expert answers to your questions and join in on Boating Community discussions
  • Buy a Boat & Win $10,000 towards the purchase of your boat

The date and hours when Exhibitors will be working their spaces, plus seminars and TIBS TV program are:
Virtual Show Dates: January 26 - 30

Show Hours:
Wednesday, Thursday, Friday 11am - 7pm
Saturday & Sunday 9am - 5pm

We’re on the hunt for amazing Sailing Instructors and Race Coaches. For the Summer 2022 Season (May – August) we will be hiring four students under the Canada Summer Jobs Grant. We’re looking for youth aged 15 - 30 with sailing experience to instruct our sailors to gain racing skills!

The job description can be found ablesailtoronto.com/about/were-hiring. Please share this opportunity with your friends and family and other contacts! Interested parties can contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with their resume.

We provide the right tools for the job.

Able Sail Toronto has been the beneficiary of Canada Summer Jobs Grants in 2019, 2020 and 2021. At AST, our summer employees gain valuable practical experience in their area of studies and interest. In addition to this, AST makes all efforts to introduce our summer students to other learning opportunities in their desired profession.

Today Sam Jennings, who worked with us in the summer of 2021, was given a tour of the lab of Lars Kristjansen of CEI Inc. Sam learned about a project funded by an NSERC grant that is a vision system that detects any imperfections that may exist in metal brackets produced on a hydraulic press in a metal fabrication facility.

Sam is interested in a career in mechatronics engineering as it relates to automated and robotic prosthetics. Mechatronics engineering is an interdisciplinary branch of engineering that focuses on the integration of mechanical, electronic and electrical engineering systems. It also includes a combination of robotics, electronics, computer science, telecommunications, systems, control and product engineering.

In the photograph, with Sam, is Lars Kristjansen who is the President of CEI Inc. Lars is also the Program Coordinator in the Faculty of Applied Sciences & Technology at Humber College and a professor of Electromechanical Engineering.

Also in the image is Fernando De Francesca, Lars’ research assistant. Fernando graduated from Electromechanical Engineering at Humber College and is now in Electronics Engineering Technology. Subsequently, he will continue his graduate studies at UofT. In 2000 Lars founded Canadian Engineered Innovations Inc. (CEI) with a mission to increase the quality of life for the physically disabled.

CEI has applied automation and control technologies to create automated therapeutic devices to assist in home physiotherapy, automated mobility and assistive healing. The company performs research and design of electromechanical devices for use by manufacturers of orthopaedic devices. Some of the fields of interest are time-controlled air pumps, automated exoskeletons and the design of electronic control circuits for inflating air bags.