There aren't any markets nearby; they're all in the city.


Even if you live in the suburbs, there are plenty of ways to reach a market. If you commute to work, stop at one of the neighborhood markets located directly outside the metro stations. Follow this link to find out specific locations.

Markets are accessible. Benefit from Montreal's metro system and visit the Jean Talon Market which can be accessed from both the Jean Talon and De Castelnau metro stations. Get to know you fresh produce markets by visiting this page for names, times, open hours and maps.

Live in Verdun, N.D.G., the Plateau, or greater Montreal area? Connect to your community and join a food cooperative. Members come together to buy local produce in bulk in order to cut the cost of food. Learn more about how you can save on food and have it delivered to your front door by visiting About.com for more info.

Most importantly, get to know your area. Whether you south or east of the city, many local growers exist. For instance, off Highway 19 coming into Laval, there are a number of farms that provide fresh produce. Get connected to your community - find out what you could be benefiting from.

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