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The Royal Agricultural Winter Fair

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The Royal Agricultural Winter Fair

Time: November 6, 2015 to November 15, 2015
Location: Exhibition Place, CNE
City/Town: Toronto
Website or Map: http://www.royalfair.org
Event Type: fair
Organized By: The Royal
Latest Activity: Nov 2, 2015

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Since its inception in November 1922, The Royal Agricultural Winter Fair has become the world’s largest indoor agricultural and international equestrian competition.

The Royal draws more than 300,000 visitors to Toronto annually to see thousands of unique entries from elite Canadian and International breeders, growers and exhibitors, over 4,500 large and small animals, shows, activities, shopping, dining and – of course – The Royal Horse Show.

We’d love you to come and experience The Royal…there’s truly something for your whole family.

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