Toronto, Ontario – September/October 2001

Well, Toronto didn’t quite make the cut for the 2008 Olympics, but Fall is approaching and the events in Toronto are running full tilt.

  • Sept. 1-3

    Canadian International Air Show

    The last days of the CNE (Canadian National Exhibition) are highlighted by the majesty of commercial and military aircraft overhead. This events signals the end of vacation season and the return to work and school. Labour Day is on the Monday and much is closed, but not in the tourist areas.

  • Sept. 3-9

    PGA Bell Canada Open

    The best of the PGA golf tour meet at Glen Abbey Golf Club for this respected annual event. For details, go to

  • Sept. 6-15

    Toronto International Film Festival

    Variety magazine in L.A. calls it the best filmfest in North America. Toronto celebrates 10 days of Canadian and international cinema with big stars, directors and media-types in attendance. Hundreds of films are screened and there are scores of premieres. For all the lineup, check out

  • Sept. 7-9

    Canadian Hockey Show

    The 2001 edition brings together everything about Hockey under one roof over three jam-packed days. This is the premier hockey consumer show in Canada. See

  • Sept. 8

    Toronto Celtfest

    This one-day event is a mixture of Celtic entertainment, food and a marketplace in the historic setting oh Fort York. There is also entertainment for all fans. See for further details.

  • Sept. 27-30

    The Fall Home Show

    This is a show with over 350 exhibitors featuring the latest in design, d├ęcor and renovation – both inside and out. Check out this web site for more information:

  • October 5-8

    The International Home Show

    This annual mammoth event is now in its 14th year. It includes renovation ideas, builders, room displays of furniture and accessories and even gourmet food items. Look at for more details.

  • October 11-14

    Toronto Ski & Snowboard Show

    200 exhibitors fill the Automotive Building at Exhibition Place for four days of displays and entertainment to do with skiing and snowboarding. See their web site at

  • October 14

    Canadian International Marathon

    Now in its seventh year, this events expects to attract 7000-8000 runners from 25-30 countries. Check out

  • Oct. 18-27

    International Festival of Authors

    In its 22nd year, this event continues to entertain literary followers with readings from current authors of their latest works. See

  • Oct. 19-21

    Canadian Pet Expo

    Learn all about pets, pet maintenance and pet products. Check out for location and show details.

  • Oct. 19-22

    Creative Sewing & Needlework Festival

    This is the largest consumer show of its kind in the world. It features sewing, knitting, quilting, embroidery, crafts and more. See