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Royal Agricultural Winter Fair to take place in-person November 5 – 14

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The Board of Directors of the Royal Agricultural Winter Fair Association of Canada announced today that they have unanimously endorsed a plan to do everything in their power to execute the 2021 Royal Agricultural Winter Fair, November 5th to 14th in person at Exhibition Place, Toronto.

“The Royal will heed all regulations from the Ministry of Health to create a safe and secure environment in which to showcase Canada’s Royal Champions,” the statement reads.

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 organisers say they “enthusiastically embrace the opportunity to once again welcome the very best in Canadian agriculture, local food, and equestrian sport to The Royal, and to be a valued education source for students of all ages.”

Fair organisers need to make the decision early in order to give participants enough preparation time for the popular family event held annually at Toronto’s CNE.

“With more than two hundred agriculture, equestrian and food competitions, The Royal remains steadfast in our commitment to deliver a “Best in Class” experience for all those who compete, exhibit, and participate in, this quintessential Canadian tradition,” organisers say.


“We look forward to celebrating their successes in person this November.”

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.

Please visit RoyalFair.org for further information as it becomes available.

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