The Canadian National Exhibition opened on August 19 in Toronto after a two-year hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Considered to be Canada's largest annual community event, the Canadian National Exhibition offers a wide variety of entertainment and events, will last 18 days and end on September 5.
IMAGE: The Ferris Wheel spins at the fair. All Photographs: Carlos Osorio/Reuters
IMAGE: A person looks at a ride.
IMAGE: People wait in line for a ride at the exhibition.
IMAGE: People ride a carnival ride.
IMAGE: Did he win these stuffed toys?
IMAGE: A view of the fairgrounds.
IMAGE: Ahem... mustard and ketchup ice creams.
IMAGE: A stall sells mustard and ketchup ice cream.
IMAGE: A person paints a client's nails as the reopening from COVID-19 restrictions begins in Toronto.
IMAGE: A man attempts a game where he has to hang from a bar for two minutes to win a prize.
Photographs curated by Manisha Kotian/Rediff.com
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