Please see our Rules & Regulations for the market before starting this application form. By submitting your vendor application this becomes a binding agreement.
Please have all your information ready to complete this form, including any applicable attachments (i.e., letter from Health Authority, MarketSafe or FoodSafe certification, etc., if applicable.)
Returning vendors are required to fill out a new application for every year. This ensures all yearly changes to a vendors product line and new information in the application form is captured. Please re-submit all required information and documents.
Update to Membership Fees
Starting in 2017, a joint Food Action Coalition and Farmers' Market annual membership is $40 ($15 of which supports FAC initiatives) and provides voting rights at their Annual General Meeting.
Farmers' Market annual membership fees are $25. Non-member vendors are charged an additional $5 per weekly booking.
Membership and stall fees are now payable online when you book your booth!
Non-profit organizations are permitted one free booth per season (i.e., Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter). Additional booths can be booked and paid the regular booth prices for non-member vendors (additional $5 week to regular stall fees).
Please be specific, i.e., knitted toques, scarves; cards with original artwork; pottery mugs, bowls; wooden cutting boards, wooden crates; etc.
A list of ingredients must be provided to customers, as per Guidelines for Selling Food at Temporary Markets.
Not mandatory at this point, but highly recommended for all vendors selling food products.
All vendors selling cosmetic goods are required to submit their products details to Health Canada. Notification of Cosmetics
. Please attach documentation stating the CNF#'s for each product.
These are products that may share the characteristics of both "cosmetic" and "drug", as defined in the Food and Drugs Act, making them more difficult to classify. Such products may include, for example, acne therapy, anti-perspirants, anti-dandruff products, fluoride-containing anti-caries products, medicated skin products, diaper rash products, antiseptic skin cleansers, sunburn protectants, skin whiteners and tooth whiteners.
In Canada, a product at the cosmetic-drug interface (PCDI) can be regulated by one of three sets of regulations under the Next link will take you to another Web site Food and Drugs Act, depending on their ingredients and on the claims they make:
the Next link will take you to another Web site Cosmetic Regulations
the Next link will take you to another Web site Food and Drug Regulations
the Next link will take you to another Web site Natural Health Products Regulations
The Guidance on the Classification of Products at the Cosmetic-Drug Interface clarifies how Health Canada interprets and applies the definitions of cosmetic and drug in the Food and Drugs Act so that products are regulated using the most appropriate regulatory regime.
Please upload your product labels to ensure they meet our markets labeling regulations.
They must include Business or contact name, phone, email or website, list of ingredients (using the International Nomenclature for Cosmetic Ingredients (INCI) system), CNF# (if applicable), product expiry date (if applicable), directions for safe use of the product.
Please use this space to tell us any additional information that the application did not cover.