Montreal Markets

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In operation seven-days-a-week, this traditional market features a broad range of locally-grown and hand-made products, including produce, cheese, natural foods, baked goods and crafts. An array of kiosks, including food vendors and florists, are featured.
BulletMarche Lachine
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Marche Lachine is Montreal's oldest public market, open since 1909. Vendors sell fresh fruits and vegetables, baked goods, deli items, cheeses, meats, flowers and more.
BulletJean-Talon Market
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Find hundreds of stalls of fresh produce and gourmet shops selling cheeses, meats, pastries, breads and more. This market is found in Little Italy and is bursting with multicultural flavours and charm.
BulletMarche Jean-Talon
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Occupying an entire city block in Little Italy, Marche Jean-Talon is a year round farmers market. During the winter, walls are placed around the entire market area. During the summer months, it is a vibrant open-air market featuring about 300 vendors.

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