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Convention Centres, Toronto

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Everyday, Toronto is host to dozens of conventions, trade shows, consumer shows & special events. EventSource is dedicated to connecting businesses with the best convention centres Toronto has to offer. Whether you need a high-end convention facility or dynamic convention venue, our listings will help you access all the information you need.

Scarborough Convention Centre

Most Recent Review
"Beautiful hall, and well maintained halls,Young and energetic staffs, chef Sudevan leads the kitchen staff.Food is satisfactory and good. Hall capacity is 1000, ample car parking is available." (more)

Enercare Centre

Most Recent Review
"In case you didn't know, the Enercare Centre is located on the grounds of Exhibition Place, downtown Toronto. It is considered Canada's largest Exhibition and Convention Centre. Various Trade Shows, Consumer Shows and Conventions are hosted there. I was there recently for the Canada Blooms and National Home Show. The Home Show provided ideas... should you wish to do upgrades to your home, cottage or office. The Garden Show got me in the mood for summer gardening. There were lots of landscaping ideas, various plants and seedlings to choose from. I enjoy going to this show every year. I think it is such a great idea to have a place like this for people to present ideas, shows etc....a place for families to enjoy together. The Enercare Centre has 8 connected Exhibit Halls, an Arena that seats 8, 200 people and is approximately over 1 million square feet in space. There are lots of paid parking available. Usually at the shows, one could find little food no worries if you or the kids get a little hungry or thirsty." (more)

Markham Convention Centre

Most Recent Review
"Beautiful venue. Great for meetings, conventions, and even elegant events like weddings and galas. More parking and bigger washroom facilities would be a bonus." (more)

Metro Toronto Convention Centre

Most Recent Review
"Vast functional and efficient. They mailed down the art of mass crowds and exhibitions" (more)