Get involved with the Canadian National Exhibition Association

YOU CAN HELP MAKE A DIFFERENCE

The Canadian National Exhibition Association (“CNEA”) invites you to get involved.  Volunteer your skills to help govern the Annual 18-day Fair.  If you are interested in serving on the membership of the CNEA, we invite you to apply.
Governed and operated under the Canadian National Exhibition Association Act of 2000, the Agricultural Societies Act of 1988, and its own By-Laws, the CNEA plans and manages the largest annual exhibition in Canada.  It provides entertaining and informative activities, focusing on new and unique experiences in an exciting and stimulating environment.

The CNEA appoints community-at-large citizen members on the basis of equal opportunity that fairly reflects the diversity of the Greater Toronto Area.

You are NOT eligible for appointment if:

 you are an employee of the City of Toronto or any of its Agencies, Boards or Commissions
 you currently serve on one of the City’s Agencies, Boards, Commissions or external special-purpose bodies
 
The CNEA is currently seeking applications for five (5) positions in each of the Manufacturers & Industry, Agriculture and General & Liberal Arts Sections of its membership.

Who is Eligible

To apply for appointment, you must be a Canadian Resident and at least 18 years of age.

Anyone interested in applying for the above-noted positions is encouraged to attend an Information Seminar and complete an application form that you will receive immediately following the seminar.
Information Seminar Schedule

The Seminar will take place in the Fountain Dining Room – Queen Elizabeth Building, Exhibition Place, Toronto on Thursday, June 18, 2009 at 11:00 a.m. in advance of a CNEA Board Meeting which interested applicants can attend, except for the closed session.

For directions, please call Exhibition Place at (416) 263-3600.
For more information on these appointments, call (416) 263-3619 or (416) 263-3620.

While we appreciate all applications, only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted in the initial stages.  However, all applicants will be notified of the final appointments approved by the Board of Directors of the CNEA.