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The Board of Governors of Exhibition Place (Exhibition Place) is charged with the continued, long-term operation, management and maintenance of Exhibition Place lands as a strategic City asset on behalf of the City of Toronto.
Exhibition Place is Canada’s largest entertainment venue, attracting over 5.3 million visitors a year and hosting over 300 events annually. The 192-acre site is an integral component of Toronto’s and Ontario’s economy, particularly with respect to sports, conventions, festivals, recreation, culture and tourism. Since 2009, Exhibition Place has posted year-end surpluses totalling $12.6 million and has a positive economic impact on the City’s economy of $400 million annually.
The property is to be used for the purposes set out in section 406 of the City of Toronto Act and purposes approved by City Council, including the annual Canadian National Exhibition..
Follow this link for information on the Board governance structure for the Board of Governors of Exhibition Place.