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Events   Events : World of Commodore show - Saturday, Dec. 5
   posted by RobertB on 29-Nov-2009 19:03:51 (1883 reads)
The sixth annual World of Commodore Show will be held at the Admiral Inn Hotel in Mississauga
(Toronto area), Ontario, Canada, starting at 10 a.m.. Come see the demos, vendors, and guest
speakers in regards to new and innovative products for Commodore and Amiga computers. The
WoC website is at

The Admiral Inn Hotel is located at 2161 N. Sheridan Way, phone number 905 403-9777.

As Toronto PET User Group president Greg van Laere remarks, "This year's show will focus on
Commodore products as well as other 8-bit platforms. There will be PET, VIC-20, Commodore 64, Commodore 128, and Amiga. In past years it seems that the Commodore 64 is well represented at the show, but it seemed to many in attendance that the Amiga was not. Let me say this: TPUG exists to promote and support the entire Commodore line including the Amiga, and Amiga will be well represented at the show. Besides, I (and many others) like the Amiga. I've always thought that it was a super computer that was years ahead of its time in terms of multi-tasking, graphics, and sound."

Robert Bernardo
Fresno Commodore User Group
The Other Group of Amigoids
Southern California Commodore & Amiga Network

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Re: World of Commodore show - Saturday, Dec. 5
Posted on 2-Dec-2009 17:37:37
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If I was going to be in the Toronto area on the weekend, I would definitely go to this.

I remember TPUG from the old World of Commodore-Amiga shows that I attended in 1990 and 1991. I wish I had managed to make it to more of those shows. I went with a group of Amiga users from the Montreal area.

I still have a couple of PET 2001 units and a CBM2040, plus a bunch of VIC and C64 stuff. It'd be fun to bring some to Toronto for this show.

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Re: World of Commodore show - Saturday, Dec. 5
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A little more notice and I would have had a chance to make up some lame excuse for my wife and family to head up to TO. Still gathering firewood though, can't avoid that when the sky could fall any minute.
Next time,
John Paul

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