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CNE Toronto Fairground

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The Canadian National Exhibition (CNE) is an 18-day fair taking place every August concluding on Labour Day. Throughout the course of its 130 year history, the CNE has grown to be the largest annual fair in Canada and the fourth largest in North America attracting approximately 1.3 million visitors each year. 

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