8 small Montréal markets to stock up on fresh produce

Sunny walks in Montréal’s diverse neighbourhoods are one of the pleasures of summer. Make a stop at one of these small community markets, as you stroll or cycle through the streets of the city, and fill your grocery bag with seasonal products and flowers. You're sure to find a “Fait au Québec” product that will make your taste buds tingle!

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Public Market of Lachine

Pôle des Rapides

Montréal's oldest public market is open year-round and offers a cheese shop, a deli, a bakery and pastry products, as well as a wide variety of fresh produce, from May to October. It is the perfect pit stop for a long bike ride along the Lachine Canal. See more

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Marché des éclusiers

Nestled at the western end of the Old Port, on the banks of the Lachine Canal whose locks gave it its name, this neighbourhood market is also an attraction for non-residents. There are stalls selling fresh produce, bread and local cheese, as well as a lively bar and a terrace to enjoy a break by the water. See more

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Marché Jean-Brillant

Côte-des-Neiges is one of Montréal's most densely populated neighbourhoods and one of the most diverse. It's not surprising to find this charming market that never sleeps not far from the Côte-des-Neiges metro station. Here, you can fill your basket with fruits and vegetables, honey and flowers, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week! See more

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Kiosque Mont-Royal

Well-known to Montrealers from the Plateau neighbourhood, located at the exit of the Mont-Royal metro station, John Fogarty's lovely little market is open year-round, 7 days a week. Its look – and its fresh produce offering – changes according to the season and harvests. It turns into a sugar shack, a flower market or a Christmas market! See more

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Santropol Roulant farmers market

This small market is a non-profit organization that aims at creating a direct link between local producers and residents, by offering access to fresh produce at fair prices. It also promotes healthy eating habits. Vegetables, fruit, honey, and baked goods: it's all there and it's all good! Open on Thursdays until October 22. See more

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Marché solidaire Frontenac

One of the first markets to be set up at the exit of a metro station, the Frontenac market was founded in 2007 as a community initiative with the purpose of offsetting a food desert and offering products from local agriculture at affordable prices. Located in the heart of the Sainte-Marie district, the Frontenac solidarity market is also a meeting spot and a place of entertainment for the inhabitants of the district, open from Monday to Friday. See more

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Marché Angus

This charming little market in Rosemont – La Petite-Patrie offers quality products from about 20 regional producers every Friday from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m., rain or shine. See more

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Lufa Farms market

Lufa's urban farms give you online access to delicious vegetables grown on building rooftops in Ahuntsic, and Laval and to a multitude of produce and products from small Québec producers and artisans around Montréal. Your basket is delivered once a week to pick-up points throughout the city, just in time for your picnic dinner! See more

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