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Bold, new look for Report A Poacher trailer

Hunt responsibly. Fish responsibly. Don't be a poacher. The new Report A Poacher trailer is bold and forthright in its message to Albertans.
"As hunters and anglers, our passion is the outdoors but our responsibility is to know and follow the regulations," says Ken Kranrod, Vice President, Alberta Conservation Association (ACA). "The new trailer reinforces this message with important content on best practices like understanding fish species and size restrictions before you drop a line; or knowing what geese are in season and how to identify them before heading into the field. Not knowing is simply not an excuse. So, education is key."
The trailer's focus on education is why Inter Pipeline became a major sponsor. "We are proud to support education to ensure fish and wildlife resources are cared for today and accessible for future generations," reports Inter Pipeline. Their sponsorship - combined with support from Martin Motor Sports, a provincial grant from the Community Initiatives Program, and funds raised from Waterfowl Warmup - made the new trailer a reality.
Media and the general public are invited to help us cut the ribbon for the new Report A Poacher trailer at the Edmonton Boat and Sportsmen's Show, Hall A, Booth 12 at 1 pm on Friday, March 17, 2017.

Report A Poacher is a community-based program that helps Albertans understand poaching and what they can do if they see suspicious hunting or fishing activity. The program is delivered jointly by ACA and Alberta Justice and Solicitor General (AJSG). ACA raises public awareness of the program. AJSG liaises with informants, investigates reports and addresses enforcement. For more information, visit
Ken Kranrod, VP, Alberta Conservation Association
P:  780-410-1989 | C: 780-977-9449 | E: [email protected]

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Edmonton Expo Centre, Northlands Park

7300 - 116th Avenue
Edmonton, Alberta T5J 2N5

(866) 704-4412

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Show hours

  • Thurs March 16 Noon - 9 pm
  • Fri March 17 Noon - 9 pm
  • Sat March 18 10 am - 8 pm
  • Sun March 19 10 am - 5 pm


  • Adults (ages 16+) $ 15.00
  • Juniors (ages 8 to 15) $ 10.00
  • Seniors (ages 65+) $ 10.00
  • Children (7 years and under, when accompanied by a paid adult) FREE
  • Family Pass (2 adults & 2 juniors) $ 37.00

About us

Canadian National Sportsmen's shows is a not-for-profit Corporation and the largest producer of boat, fishing, ski and outdoor shows in Canada. The Calgary Boat & Sportsmen's Show, part of the Canadian National Sportsmen's Shows (CNSS), first took place in Calgary back in 1977. 40 years later, CNSS has helped protect Canada's outdoors with grants in excess of $32 million dollars. Community programs launched by CNSS include "Kids Fishing Day", which allocated more than 65,000 fishing kits to over kids over the 10 years of the program.

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