Canada North Resources Expo Returns to Prince George, Showcasing Industry Excellence

Prince George, BC – Next Friday and Saturday, one of the region’s most anticipated trade shows is making its return to the CN Centre for the first time in 4 years. Taking place May 26 and 27, the Canada North Resources Expo showcases the latest products, services, and technologies that are shaping the industry’s future.

“We are pleased to be returning to Prince George for this key trade event” says Mark Cusack, National Show Manager. “With the promise of large crowds, impressive equipment, and substantial sales, we’re ready to make a big impact.”

After a four-year hiatus, the Expo returns with renewed enthusiasm, featuring four acres of indoor and outdoor exhibit space. The event showcases a wide range of equipment from various sectors crucial to Northern Canada’s economy, including forestry, heavy construction, mining, screening/crushing/recycling, trucking and transportation, and more.

Plenty of major exhibitors and manufacturers have signed up for the event, including:

As part of its commitment to the community, Canada North Resources Expo has established strong ties with local not-for-profit organizations. In the past, the Expo has supported AimHi, the Prince George Association for Community Living, the Salvation Army Food Bank, and provided scholarships for Northwest Community College. This year, the Expo continues its charitable efforts, with the Honour House Society Tour of Honour being a prominent addition.

The Honour House Society Tour of Honour is a grassroots effort that aims to raise awareness about the illnesses and injuries faced by those who dedicate themselves to serving and protecting our communities. The Tour of Honour will be making a stop on Saturday, May 27th, adding an inspiring and impactful element to the fifth anniversary edition of the Expo. For more information, visit

For complete show details, visit or find the show on Facebook.

Show Information:

Friday, May 26 from 9:00am – 5:00pm

Saturday, May 27 from 9:00am – 4:00pm