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A variety of local markets add color to towns and cities across Canada, often becoming more than a place to simply buy fresh produce or local goods. Instead, these markets have become vital community hubs where people gather to relax and enjoy a weekend afternoon—with food, music, art, and other activities. Whether open year-round or only seasonally, here are eight world-class markets located across the country.
Across the city, you’ll find another one of Montreal’s world-class markets, located close to the Lachine Canal. Atwater Market has been running since 1933 in a beautiful and distinctive Art Deco-style building that houses a variety of butchers and delicatessens, as well as horticultural vendors and farmers.
Marché Atwater, 138 Atwater Ave, Montreal, QC, Canada, +1 514 937 7754
Hubbards Farmers’ Market, scenically situated in the middle of six acres of woodlands and fields, is where you can enjoy an array of artisanal foods. Visitors will find bagels, organic fair-trade coffee, berries, fresh vegetables and herbs, jams and jellies, spirits, wines, grass-fed beef and other meats, bread and baked goods, all offered by over 40 local vendors. You can also browse for fresh flowers, jewelry, handmade soaps, and other crafts.