Questions about the Moving Celebration?

FAQ
Are there ATMs onsite?
No, there are no ATMs on the event grounds.
Where can I buy artists products?
After the main show on Saturdays, the artist will have a merchandise table available for purchase set up near the main stage.
Is the event site accessible for persons with limited mobility?
Yes, the event site has been built so that it is wheelchair accessible and will have appropriate ramps and guardrails when applicable.
In which languages are the activities offered?
The activities are offered in English and French.
Are the events pet friendly?
No. Pets are not allowed on site, with the exception of Mira dogs.
How is COVID-19 impacting CN100 events?
Some events have been cancelled and we continue to evaluate the situation as new development arise. Visit cn.ca to get COVID-19 updates.
Are there restrooms onsite?
Yes, there are restrooms on the event grounds.
What do I do if I lose something on the event sites?
All unclaimed items will be kept for three months. If you find something lost, please take it to the information booth on the event grounds.
What time does the event site open?
The event site's hours will vary from city to city, we invite you to see the detailed programming of the event on Facebook.
Where can I fill my water bottle on the event grounds?
There will be water stations on the event grounds that will be clearly indicated with signage.
Are there checkrooms onsite?
No, there are no checkrooms onsite. There will be some unlocked and unsupervised cubbies on the event grounds where you can leave certain non-valuable belongings if you should choose to. Please note that CN is not responsible for any stolen goods on the event grounds.
How much time will it take to explore the event?
You should plan 3 hours on the event site to explore each interactive container and enjoy some of the live entertainment.
Are there giant screens at the event venue?
No, there will be no giant screens.
I confirmed my presence on Facebook, does this automatically grant me a space at the event?
No, even though you confirmed that you were attending on Facebook, this does not in fact grant you a space at the event. The event remains on a first come first serve basis.
What if it rains?
The event will be open rain or shine. That being said, if weather becomes severe enough, we take necessary precautions and we will announce necessary changes made. Follow us on Facebook to stay updated.
Do I need a pass to get in to the event?
No, no event pass is needed to get into the event. In specific locations such as the Calgary Stampede, Edmonton Klondike days, Regina Agribition, PNE event in Vancouver, you will need to pay your entry fee to the event (when and if applicable) to enter the main event grounds. Please note that the event is on a first come first serve basis and that once we reach maximum capacity, we will restrict entry on the event premises.
Is the event appropriate for all ages?
Yes, the event is appropriate for all ages but will be more enticing for children who are able to read. This being said, there will be activities adapted for younger children as well.
I am a camp/school councillor. How can I reserve a spot for my group?
Please contact us in regards with this inquiry.
If I work at CN, do I need to bring my company ID to enter the event?
Yes, company ID will be needed to identify you.
I would like to come and see the main act on Saturday, can I bring my own chair?
No, unfortunately your own chairs will not be allowed on the event premises.

Train of the Future Contest

Participate for a chance to win CN100 accessories
How do you picture the “Train of the Future?” Follow your imagination to design your “Train of the Future” using the medium of your choice. Build your model at home or onsite at CN100 - A Moving Celebration! And post a photo of it on Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter using hashtags #CNTrainOfTheFuture and #CN100. (Just make sure your post is set to "public"!) Winners will be randomly selected every month. Good luck!