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The information found on the Canadian National Exhibition’s (CNE) website is designed to assist persons with disabilities in navigating your way through the events and activities of the 192-acre CNE site. We hope that the information found on our website will make some of the potential challenges easier to manage. We have included tips on parking, getting around the grounds and on-site services, as well as venue-specific details and where to find medical care.

The Canadian National Exhibition is Canada’s largest community event, attracting more than 1.5 million visitors every summer. We are an ever-evolving organization that strives to remain current with the ever-changing needs of our guests.

Over the past three years, we have worked diligently with a number of accessibility experts to improve accessibility and inclusivity at the CNE at all levels, from employment through to admission and customer service.

The CNEA's Commitment to Accessibility

The Canadian National Exhibition Association (CNEA) is dedicated to ensuring that all guests and members of the organization are treated fairly and equitably. The organization is committed to improving accessibility and inclusivity at the CNEA at all levels, from employment through to admissions and customer service.

The CNEA strives to be a leader in accessibility in North America, and, ultimately, to become an inclusive destination in terms of entertainment and innovation for persons with disabilities.                                                                                                                                                                   

As always, we welcome your feedback as to how we might improve the fair. Please feel free to contact us with suggestions or concerns at

Canadian National Exhibition: Inspiring Canadians. Creating memories.

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