Savour Food & Wine Festival




Various locations across Nova Scotia


For more information check the official web site


Winterlude Stew Cook-Off

February 5th

ByWard Market, Ottawa, Ontario

For more information check the official web site


Rendez-vous Show

February 6-8

Place Bonaventure, Montreal, Quebec

The Rendez-vous Show 2011 is showcasing 350 exhibitors for the food industry, beverages, equipments, accessories, services & technologies intended for hotels, bars, restaurants, institutions, caterers and public markets.


Canadian International Farm Show

February 8–10


Canadian International Farm Show is the Largest Indoor Farm and Equipment Show in Canada! The 25th edition of the Canadian International Farm Show in 2011 promises to be a golden one. Big Iron, the latest technology, equipment and services will be featured at this premiere venue!


Victoria Tea Festival

February 12-13

Victoria, British Columbia

Celebrating its 5th Anniversary in 2011, the Victoria Tea Festival is the largest public tea exhibition in North America and is hosted in the tea capital of Canada! Consumers and businesses alike can indulge in an educational and interactive tea experience exploring the traditions and trends of tea. The weekend event features tea tastings, delectable tea-food selections, complimentary presentations on a variety of topics, opportunities to purchase hundreds of teas, tea-related products, and exquisite tea wares.



Edmonton February 18-19, 2011 Shaw Conference Centre

Calgary February 24-26, 2011 Stampede Park's BMO Centre

Enjoy fine wine from the world's most celebrated wine regions! Winefest is an all inclusive event, offering you the chance to sample from hundreds of international wines, port, sparkling and dessert wines alongside complimentary hors d'oeuvres.



February 4-5

Conexus Arts Centre, Regina, SK

Around the corner and across the globe mini tours all from a sipping mug! First they get you with the taste and then the tales!

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