www.afma.caAberfoyle Farmers' Market
23 Brock Rd S, Optimist Rec Centre, Puslinch
Open Sat 8-1 Rain or Shine. Open June 20-October 24, 2020
www.brampton.ca/marketsBrampton Farmers' Market
905-874-2000 Saturdays until October 24 8am to 1pm
Downtown Brampton - Main Street North and Main Street South Free public parking in 5 close by municipal parking garages
www.cambridgefarmersmarket.caCambridge Farmers’ Market
40 Dickson Street, Open Saturdays, Year Round 7:00am-1:00pm
We have something for everyone! Hot-prepared foods, meats, cheese, chutneys, pies, confections, preserves and seasonal vegetables.
519-986-4144 The Market Shoppe
7 Toronto St S., Markdale. Between the lights on Hwy 10, Mon-Sat 9-6 Find us on Facebook and instagram.
Your source for LOCAL since 2013. Take home one of our fully cooked frozen Meals 2 Go or our famous cookies!
www.owensoundfarmersmarket.caOwen Sound Farmers' Market
88 8th St East, behind city hall, email@example.com
Open Saturdays YEAR ROUND, 8:30am to 12:00 pm
905-735-1700 x 4000Welland Farmers' Market
Young Street in the heart of downtown Welland. Year round. Open Saturdays 8 am to 12 noon
Visit our website www.welland.ca/market
Choosing fresh and delicious local food helps to create jobs and supports our economic growth in Ontario. It also builds a strong sense of community by supporting Ontario’s farmers and businesses. Every time you buy local, you make a positive impact.
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