The Canadian National Exhibition (CNE) is Canada’s largest annual community event. Founded in 1879, as the Toronto Industrial Exhibition, the CNE has enjoyed a distinguished history as a “showcase of the nation”. It was “the place” where people came to experience the latest innovations in technology and commercial products as well as performances by many of the leading artists of the time. Although the CNE has changed over the years, it continues to be one of Ontario’s great annual traditions. The CNE is currently one of the 10 largest fairs in North America, and its audience truly reflects the diversity of Toronto and the region.
CNE hosts Toronto premier of The Pink Floyd Exhibition: Their Mortal Remains beginning June 16th. Read more.
CNE’s Withrow Common Gallery presents new INTERCULTURAL exhibition opening April 28th. Read more.
An historic year for the Canadian National Exhibition and preliminary attendance figures indicate likewise. Read more.
CNE Foundation to Grant 25 Make-A-Wish Canada Beneficiaries and Displaced Families with Children from Ukraine with All-Expense-Paid EX-perience at the CNE. Read more.
Madelyn Grossi from Sutton Agricultural Society Crowned 2022 CNE Ambassador of the Fairs. Read More.
The CNE introduces all-new CNE Secret Menu presented by Dairy Farmers of Ontario: Read Here
CNE Statement regarding TSSA and OPSEU labour dispute: Read Here.
The CNE is Getting Its Groove Back with 2022 Bandshell Line-Up! Read more.
OBA Youth 3×3 Basketball Finals, presented by Wingstop, returning this summer to the 2022 Canadian National Exhibition. Read more.
Darrell Brown Named Chief Executive Officer of the CNE Association check out the announcement.