Posts Filed Under: Canadian National Exhibition
Extensive newsreel collection now available on YouTube reveals glimpses of city's past.
In light of the latest study on the Gardiner, a look at how the expressway developed.
Nominated for: challenging our intestinal fortitude.
Chapman and Oxley's architectural impact on Toronto.
Bao 360 Shanghai Express and Bourbon St. Grill are both done for the year.
Epic Burgers and Waffles remains closed while investigators try to determine the source of food-borne illness contracted by CNE visitors.
We put the cronut burger—and other weird CNE food—to the test.
A visual tour of the Canadian National Exhibition's history—from fires, to freak shows, to fried food.
Forty years ago, Toronto saw a lot of the Canadian musical icon, who passed away yesterday.
The province wants to build a casino in Toronto. If history is any indication, the odds of anything actually happening aren't good.
Mayor Rob Ford, constructed out of butter.
The veteran comedy trio offered a poke or two for you in '62.
The rides are being set up, giant stuffed animals are getting unwrapped, and bacon—lots and lots of bacon—is frying in anticipation of Friday's opening of the Ex.
Audiences and critics were smitten with Whitney Houston during her first live Toronto appearances in the mid-1980s.
The landmark's evolution from a showcase of the province's achievements to a family amusement park.
A previous Toronto appearance for one of the headliners at this year's Ex.
At the Canadian National Exhibition during the First World War, Torontonians on the home front got a glimpse of the war effort overseas.
Is the CNE a charming anachronism that has provided generations of Torontonians a final taste of summer fun, or an outdated relic that has little reason to continue?