Canadian Farmers’ Markets

Farmer markets are alive and well. Check out our faves in the list below and visit the links to find many more in your area!

  1. Halifax Farmers’ Market, Nova Scotia. (Est. 1750)
    Try: Dragon’s Breath blue cheese
    Runs: all year
    Days: Saturday mornings
  2. Marché du Vieux-Port de Québec
    Try: Gourganes (beans used in the Charlevoix region’s famous soup)
    Runs: Daily (May to Christmas and Thursdays through Sundays the rest of the year)
  3. Trout Lake Farmers Market, British Columbia
    Try: Sweet Lapin cherries from Hoodoo Ranch in Spences Bridge, B.C.
    Runs: May to October
    Open: Saturdays
  4. Saskatoon Farmers’ Market, Saskatchewan
    Try: basket of sour cherries from Prairie Sun Orchard
    Runs: Year round (Sat: 8:00am-2:00pm, Wed: 10:00am-3:00pm, Sun: 10:00am-3:00pm)
  5. Dufferin Grove Farmer’s Market
    Try: Smoked fish from First Nation fishing operation Akiwenzie
    Open: Thursdays, 3–7