It’s hoping to operate as usual.
One of Toronto’s most thrilling summer attractions is planning on making a comeback this year.
The 2021 Canadian National Exhibition is officially getting ready to open in August.
Founded in 1879, the CNE is Canada’s largest community event and welcomes over 1.5 million visitors every year.
Exactly what this year’s event will look like is still uncertain, and depends on what the regulations and restrictions are at the time.
Darrell Brown, the CNE director of corporate support and legal services, told Narcity that they are looking into a variety of ways to host the event.
“We’re continuing to look at it, day to day, and we will adjust as we go along,” he said. “But our hope is that we can arrive at a full opening.”
If everything goes as planned, it might be possible to finally enjoy the beloved fair again this summer.
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When: August 20 – September 6, 2021
Address: 210 Princes Blvd., Toronto, ON
Why You Need To Go: The iconic fair is planning to reopen in the city this summer.
Last CNE Summer Exhibition before the Pandemic
Here is the actual video of the last CNE summer exhibition in Toronto before the COVID-19 Coronavirus pandemic strike.