Daily Dose: CNE
To many people in the GTA, the Canadian National Exhibition is an annual experience to be experienced. Taking place at Exhibition place in Toronto for 18 days each year, roughly 5.3 million people visit the CNE, and roughly 1600,000 out-of-town visitors travel to Canada for the fair. It is Canada’s largest fair, and North America’s seventh largest. The first CNE took place in 1879, mostly to promote Canada’s agriculture and technology in Canada. Over time, the CNE has come to showcase a broader spectrum of the work and talent of this nation, reflecting growth in diversity and innovation. In order to make CNE what it is each year, the equivalent of 579 full-year jobs are created in the region. The CNE puts a lot of emphasis on creating and executing new environmental initiatives, and is an important cultural and community tradition for attendees.
While the CNE might have seemed like a fun fair to enjoy, it has a lot more purposes than to entertain. Likewise, while Kollaboration seems like just a talent show, our purpose is to empower youth through entertainment, and to reach out to the community as much as we can.
We hope to see you all at our show on September 15th! Buy your tickets online here, or contact a staff member 🙂
Posted on August 17, 2012, in Community, Daily Dose, Kollaboration, Kollaboration Toronto Event, Uncategorized and tagged asian-canadian, canadian national exhibition, CNE, Kollaboration, local event, show, the ex, Toronto, toronto centre for the arts. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.