The Provincial Exhibition of Manitoba is an organization with the purpose of showcasing agriculture and linking urban and rural through education and awareness while providing entertainment, community pride and economic enhancement of the region.
Rich in history, the Provincial Exhibition of Manitoba was established in the agricultural community of Brandon, Manitoba, Canada, in the year 1882. It's mission, to showcase agriculture and link urban and rural through education and awareness while providing entertainment, community pride and economic enhancement to the region. This is achieved through our three annual fairs:
The Provincial Exhibition of Manitoba plays a pivotal role in showcasing the importance of the agricultural industry in our region. Studies indicate that the organization has an economic impact of approximately $12 million dollars annually to the city of Brandon, Manitoba, Canada.
The Provincial Exhibition of Manitoba is governed by a Board of Directors and the day-to-day operations are administered through a General Manager and 7 staff. During each fair additional part-time staff and hundreds of volunteers work together to produce each event.
We invite you to browse through the pages of our website to learn more about our organization and the events we produce. If you have questions please feel free to contact us. We'd be glad to hear from you!