Walks & Talks

Photo of marchers in front of the Princes' Gates during the annual Warriors' Day Parade.

Warriors’ Day Parade

The CNE Warriors’ Day Parade is the longest running veterans’ parade in the free world and has been a part of the CNE since 1921. On August 19 at 10:30 a.m. the parade began at the Princes’ Gates, ran along Princes’ Boulevard, and concluded at the Stanley Barracks. Further information about the Warriors’ Day Parade […]

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Black and white image of a building at night

CNE Ghost Walks

Guest took a spooky stroll through the CNE grounds, and learned a bit about our haunted past, which spans more than 200 years. Tour Details:All tours departed from Princes’ Gates (meet at the CNE Walking Tours sign) at 7:30 pm.Tour length was approximately 60 minutesThe tour path did cover some uneven paths and stairsThe tour […]

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View from below of the angel on top of the Princes' Gates during the day.

CNE Heritage Walking Tours

How did the Princes’ Gates get their name? What was here before the Food Building? The CNE Heritage Walk told patrons the stories of the various buildings and architectures that have been part of the CNE since 1879. CNE Heritage Walking Tours took place from August 21 to August 25 and August 28 to September 1. It […]

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Scadding Cabin

Scadding Cabin

Guests celebrated Scadding Cabin, Toronto’s oldest house! Patrons traveled back in time through this fascinating series of informal lectures presented by the York Pioneer & Historical Society. Individuals has the opportunity to learn about the past days of our immigrant fore-fathers and experience the historical importance of this building as it celebrates its 229th anniversary. For […]

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