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The Green Living Show Starts Today

We have always been big supporters of the Green Living Show because they are big supporters of local food and supporting local farmers. It is Canada’s largest consumer show for people who want to live a healthy and sustainable lifestyle. It is for people who care about the earth. Here we want to introduce some of the new programming they’ve got planned that should entice you to attend this weekend.

The Green Living Show Hooks Up With OCTA

The Ontario Culinary Tourism Alliance will be part of this year’s Green Living Show, we spoke with OCTA’s director, Rebecca LeHeup, about what attendees can expect. 
What is OCTA’s involvement with the Green Living Show this year?

OCTA is excited to be participating in partnership with the Green Living Show to deliver the Ontario Culinary Adventure Pavilion. The pavilion and Foodland Ontario Culinary Stage are showcasing delicious tastes from across the province.


Prince Edward County’s Humble Bread

Coming Up This April


Here’s a round up of a bunch of fun events coming to Toronto this month. Time to shake off the cabin fever and get out in the world to enjoy our chilly spring weather and some of these fun festivals and shows. Continue »

Get Your Green On

Friday, April 13th will be a lucky day for residents of Toronto, as the Green Living Show will be held at the Direct Energy Centre at Exhibition place. This is North America’s largest Green consumer show, with over four hundred exhibitors demonstrating green, earth- friendly and sustainable solutions and ideas that affect all walks of life: energy, wellness, fashion and beauty, transportation and food and beverage are just a few of the areas that will be showcased. Continue »

Community Calendar – The Green Living Show is back!

The Green Living Show is back and we teamed up with Local Food Plus to do a Good Eats Market as part of the show. You can purchase heirloom produce, organic sprouts, Holland Marsh carrots, even Lake Erie popcorn! It all begins this Friday at 10am and goes through the weekend to end on Sunday at 6pm. Continue »