We know you miss some of your favourite vendors that have left the Market so here is how you can get in contact with them (in alphabetical order):
- A Perfect Gift – Wanda Treanor
Wanda retired from the Market at the end of 2017. She is still making memory quilts upon request, but otherwise no longer sews baby items.
- Baba’s – Keri and Gerry Garland
Due to life changes, they are no longer at the Market and are NOT making any product.
- Bare Organics – Karen Kerk
Due to Karen’s very busy schedule, after 10 years at the Market she has closed her booth, however her whole line is still available in the Market Store or order direct via her website.
- Chai Station – Sabah Ansari
Sabah has moved with her family to Fort Frances, so is no longer at the Market. However her chai blends are available in the Market Store.
- Evergreen Greenhouse – Chris Paulusma
Chris will not be at the Market this growing season with his peppers due to changes in his growing capacity. We will update this space once we know if he will have any available. See the contact details on his vendor page.
- Homeslice Bakery – partnership ended, Heather has reopened the bagel shop as Boreal Bakery
- Mark’s Gourmet Garlic – Mark is no longer growing for the Market, though you will still find him regularly shopping there!
- Meet the Alternative – they are focusing their efforts on their growing wholesale business. You can now find their products at Compass Foods on Tungsten St.
- Moss Cottage / Urban Farmchick – Kate Fraser
Kate is focusing on her flower business and is no longer at the Market.
- Multimedia Artists – Maggie Phillips and Peter Langes
Maggie and Peter are taking some months off the Market and hope to be back in late spring. They plan to use this time to explore new creative skills, so stay tuned for new creations!
- Paradis Apiaries – Elizabeth Paradis
Betty Anne is retiring and closing her Market booth. We wish her well!
- Rogue Planet Gallery – Duncan Weller
Duncan has decided to focus on his gallery and has left the Market. We wish him well.
- Soulboy Studio – Steve Gerow
Steve teaches primary school, he is a co-owner of The Creative Art Gallery, teaches painting, and they are opening a new art space. It’s all meant he’s too busy to keep his booth at the Market and so he’s sadly finished up.
- Superior Olive Oil – Ashlyn Ransome & Kim Pizzolato
They are no longer at the Market, but you can find their products through their other business – The Pasta Shoppe on May St.
- The Fish Shop – Liisa Karkkainen
Lisa and her husband Willie have decided to spend more time travelling and focus on their store in Shuniah rather than stretching themselves too thin with the twice weekly Market. The store in Shuniah is usually open April til late October each year
- The Poppin’ Hut – Mike Chalat
Due to their expanding presence in grocery stores around the city, they are no longer at the Market. www.poppinhut.com/
- The Souperior Company – Darlene and Stacey Carruthers
Darlene is moving away, so the business is closed. We are very sad to say goodbye!