Farmers markets and markets across Canada are closing.
We’ve been told that prices are going up by up to 20% on average across the country, and prices are already going up in some markets.
But, it’s a small price to pay.
You can’t expect prices to rise by 20% overnight.
Prices are usually stable or even improving.
But prices in the big cities are going to be more volatile and volatile.
In some markets, farmers markets will only open once a month.
But in some others, like Toronto, they’re open almost every week.
In Toronto, farmers market season starts July 8 and runs through August 2.
In the Greater Toronto Area, farmers’ markets run through November 1.
In the GTA, farmers will open their market in August.
In Montreal, farmers open their farmers markets in September, and they open them again in October.
In Halifax, farmers are open from October through December.
In Vancouver, farmers opening their market are from January through March.
In Ontario, farmers in the GTA open their farms markets in May, June, July, August, September, October, and November.
In Quebec, farmers also open their markets in January, February, and March.
In Atlantic Canada, farmers tend to open their local farmers markets later in the year, though some open them earlier.
In Manitoba, farmers start farmers markets on the second Monday of May.
In Alberta, farmers run their farmers market from October 1 through May 15.
In British Columbia, farmers first open their farmer markets in October, followed by the first farmers markets for the rest of the year.
In Newfoundland and Labrador, farmers reopen their farmers’ market in November.
In Saskatchewan, farmers and their supporters are holding farmers markets until May, as long as they are open, which is the maximum number of farmers’ events that farmers can hold.
Farmers markets also run until October 1 in Alberta and October 1 for British Columbia.
In Ontario, growers are allowed to open a market for their first year, but they must also hold another farmers’ sale in the same month to be able to sell at a farmers’ fair.
In Quebec, it takes more than two months for farmers markets to open, but farmers will get an extension of up to two months if the farmers market goes into full swing before that.
Farmers’ markets in Manitoba, Saskatchewan, and Ontario run from January to May.
In Nova Scotia, farmers get a year extension for the first time in two decades.
In New Brunswick, farmers can open a farmers market every two weeks.
In Prince Edward Island, farmers need to hold a farmers markets after the first full month.
In Nova Scotia and New Brunswick there are farmers markets every week, and farmers will be able open their first farmers’ festivals in September.
In Newfoundland and the Northwest Territories, farmers may open their farm markets from May through October.
In Prince Edward County, farmers don’t need to open an farmers’ festival before the second half of the season.
Farmers can hold their farmers fairs from May to September.
In Labrador, it can be open until November, but it can also be open from November through February.
In Yukon, farmers hold their farm fairs until May.