The solidarity markets are the Épicentre’s oldest service, having been operated by other organizations and committees for almost a decade. The market is open to everyone, and its clientele is very diverse. The Épicentre began managing the service in the Fall of 2020. This seasonal undertaking (Summer and Fall) seeks to improve access to fruits and vegetables in the neighbourhood thanks to its proximity and exceptionally low prices. As a result of cooperation with non-profit producers such as Pro-Vert, we offer a wide variety of locally and organically cultivated vegetables. In this way, the project contributes to creating local food systems and consumption patterns that respect the environment, essential elements in the much-needed ecological transition of our society.
In front of the Saint-Zotique Church located at 4561, Notre-Dame West Street
Q: What forms of payment do you accept?
A: We accept cash as well as credit and debit cards.
Q: Is the produce from local producers?
A: A good number of vegetables come from the Jardins des Orioles in Montreal.
Q: Must I bring my own bags or are bags available for purchase on site?
A: You need your own bags. We do not sell reusable bags.
Q: Are you open rain or shine?
A: Whether it’s raining or sunny, you’ll find us under the tent Saturdays between 10AM and 3PM at 4561 Notre-Dame West starting July 29.
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