West Island Solidarity Market

The Solidarity Markets are part of our programs that help West Islanders by making fresh, local and affordable produce available. Our produce is sourced within a 30 km radius. All our products are therefore fresh and locally grown. This program allows everyone to participate in a model that allows residents in vulnerable situations to have access to local, fresh and affordable products. The Solidarity Markets are made possible through the support of the Foundation of Greater Montreal and the partnership with the Alliances for Solidarity and the Ministry of Labour, Employment and Social Solidarity, the Direction régionale de la santé publique, the Borough of Pierrefonds-Roxboro, the City of Pointe-Claire and VertCité.

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Marché À-Ma-Baie is located in the borough of Pierrefonds-Roxboro. Every Thursday, from June 30th to October 13th, Corbeille de Pain will present a solidarity market in collaboration with Pierrefonds and Roxboro. Don't forget to check out the market's Facebook page for specials!

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The Neighbourhood market is back for another year! Come get your fresh, local fruits and vegetables at the Pointe-Claire solidarity market.

Where: 58 Maywood Ave, Pointe-Claire, H9R 0A7 (parking lot of the Bob Birnie arena)

When: every second Wednesday from 4pm-7pm:

  • August 17

  • August 31

  • September 14

  • September 28

  • October 12

 

Methods of payment: We take cash, debit and credit, as well as the Proximity Card (for those who have won one).

We also have a “pay what you can'' option! At the market, all prices are suggested. This means shoppers who may need to pay a bit less, can, and those that can pay more, can round up their bill. Shoppers who pay more than the suggested price create a balance so their neighbour can pay less. You can learn more about this initiative at the market, just ask at the cash!Our aim is to increase physical and economic access to fresh fruits and vegetables in the neighborhood!. This non-profit market is an initiative of the TQSOI (Table de quartier sud de l’Ouest-de-l’île) in partnership with Corbeille de pain. For more information, send us a message on Facebook or email Alicia at adiazpappas@tqsoi.org.