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Canadian National Exhibition or CNE is the largest annual fair in North America is held at the end of August.

Royal Agricultural Winter Fair is held in Toronto’s Exhibition Park, in November

The Royal Canadian Henley, an international summer rowing regatta at Port Dalhousie.

Caribana, a Caribbean costume and music festival held every August in Toronto.

Highland Games at Fergus, with traditional Scottish games

Six Nations Native Pageant at Brantford

Black Creek Pioneer Village in Toronto which depicts the development of a 19th-century Canadian farming community

Southwold Earthworks National Historic Site, which commemorates a 16th-century aboriginal village, near St. Thomas

Martyr’s Shrine near Midland, a church erected in honor of martyred 17th-century missionaries.

Sainte-Marie among the Hurons, a recreated village that was originally a French Jesuit mission,

Casa Loma, a European-style castle that houses a museum, in Toronto.


Casa Loma, Toronto

The Canadian National Exhibition (CNE) Toronto

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