Hiring for CNE is underway as officials prepare for 'huge crowds' in 1st year back since 2019
Toronto's Canadian National Exhibition is looking to hire hundreds of people as it prepares for "huge crowds" in its first year back since 2019.
Every time I have been to the CNE, someone has puked on the Zipper while I was in line to ride it.
To be fair, I have only been two times, but my point still stands.
Advance ticket sales are 300 per cent higher this year than three years ago, according to Darrell Brown, CEO of the Canadian National Exhibition Association. The CNE runs from Aug. 19 to Sept. 5.
"We're expecting huge crowds," Brown told CBC Toronto on Thursday. "People are very excited. They want to come out."
On Thursday, the North American Midway Entertainment (NAME) held a job fair in the galleria at Enercare Centre from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The job fair will continue on Friday during the same hours and at the same place.
Have the hot tub manufacturers been warned to ramp up production also?
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They’ll train you too and the casino runs like 24/7 so you’ll always have hours
Just as a heads up to everyone wanting to ride anything, the TSSA is currently in strike. It takes a team of well trained inspectors weeks to go through all of the rides, find the problems that will be there and make sure they are fixed.
They then spend every day still dealing with injuries, incidents and finding even more damaged/poorly maintained rides. This takes a team working 12 hour days.
Right now poorly qualified replacements (scabs) will be trying to do the same task.
Ride with caution.
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