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This Opinion article is part of a Narcity Media series. The views expressed are the author's own and do not necessarily reflect the views of Narcity Media.

The CNE is finally back this year and all of the magic of the end-of-summer fair has returned to the city of Toronto.

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Getting hungry? There are tons of food festivals across Canada making a return this year serving up mouthwatering eats you'll definitely want to try.

From First Fridays in Montreal to the Shediac Lobster Festival in New Brunswick, events are happening all over the country, offering fun activities and musical acts in addition to the drool-worthy food.

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After the craziness of 2020, everyone could use something to look forward to.

These new attractions near Toronto are planning to open this year, and you'll want to add them all to your bucket list.

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Pixar has filled our childhood, and adulthood, with wonder. It seems like the world can never get enough of these magical characters and creatures, and Disney's detail to them is astounding. There's Buzz and Woody, Lightning McQueen, Merida, and the list goes on. Now you get to see them up close and live at the Perot Musem of Nature and Science next year. 

When the touring The Science Behind Pixar exhibition debuts in Dallas next year from April 25 to September 7, 2020, visitors will get the chance to visit their favorite characters and learn how they were created. You will get to see the concepts both the artists and computer scientists used to bring these amazing characters to life on your screens. Though ticket prices have not been confirmed, this is a definite event you need to put on your calender right now!

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Unless you just have an insanely curious mind, I'm guessing you're here because you want to learn a little more about grad school, and you probably have a couple of questions you want answered. Like, what opportunities will grad school afford me? What are the major differences between certain programs and schools? What even is grad school?

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