Cuvée En Route


March 4-6


Niagara Region, Ontario


Cuvée Weekend, consisting of the Cuvée Gala, the Cuvée Awards, and Cuvée en Route, is a red carpet celebration of the outstanding Ontario wine and food in the heart of Niagara wine country. It is the "Oscars" of the Ontario wine industry at the black-tie gala where the winemakers select the winners, guests mingle with the stars of the Ontario wine and culinary scene, and travel the wine route for special tastings as our wineries roll out the red carpet.



March 6-8

Direct Energy Centre Toronto

The CRFA Show 2011 is the leading foodservice and hospitality event in Canada. A comprehensive forum of industry products, the CRFA Show attracts 12,000 industry professionals and puts them face to face with exhibitors showcasing all their latest products. From new trends in foodservice through to the latest in energy efficient equipment, restaurant owners, operators and buyers will find everything they are looking for at this convenient, one-stop marketplace.Combined with all that's new in the industry, the show will also feature superstar chefs, notable celebrities and knowledgeable speakers who will perform, enlighten and educate. Don't miss this must see, hands-on opportunity to discover that perfect new idea that is just right for your business.


Western Canadian
Dairy seminar

March 8-11

c/o Department of Agricultural,
Food & Nutritional
Science 4-10
Agriculture/Forestry Centre
University of Alberta

Please join us at the 29th Western Canadian Dairy Seminar, where you can gather the latest information in dairy production and technology advances. This seminar is designed for people who want to improve their knowledge and decision-making abilities in dairy production and management. Dairy producers, extension specialists, researchers, and dairy service and supply representatives will find this seminar extremely valuable. Each year a wide variety of topics are presented ranging from nutrition and reproduction to dairy policy and challenges facing the dairy industry.


7th Annual North American Summit on Food Safety

March 9-10

The Double Tree Toronto Airport

For more information check the official web site


Western Fair Farm Show

March 9-11

Western Fair Entertainment Centre, London

This year’s show is expanding to more than 220,000 square feet of exhibition space as it grows into the state-of-the-art Agriplex facility. See hundreds of products/ to leading industry experts...take advantage of hands-on equipment demonstrations.


Warkworth Maple Syrup Festival

March 12-13

Warkworth, Ontario

For more information check the official web site


Ottawa Valley Farm Show

March 15-17

Lansdowne Park, Ottawa

Sponsored by the Ottawa Valley Seed Growers Association offering the latest in merchandise and services for farmers and other rural residents The Ottawa Valley Farm Show is Ontario's longest running agricultural trade show. From the beginning, it has been organized by farmers for farmers on a non-profit basis.


Wine and Cheese Show

March 18-20

International Centre, Hall 5 6900 Airport Rd., Mississauga

Taste, sip and savour your way through the Wine & Cheese Show! The three-day event features a tasty selection of gourmet foods, wines, beers, and spirits, as well as interactive and informative seminars.


Eat Well Expo and Living Green

March 18-20
Palais des congrès, Montreal

March 26-27
Centre des congrès, Quebec

For more information check the official web site


International Boston Seafood Show

March 20-22

Boston Convention and Exhibition Centre, Boston, MA, USA

The International Boston Seafood Show is North America’s largest seafood event, featuring more than 800 exhibits, offering a vast array of seafood, seafood products, seafood services and seafood equipment from all over the world.


Vancouver Playhouse International Wine Festival

March 28-April 3

Vancouver, British Columbia

The Vancouver Playhouse International Wine Festival grew from humble roots as a fund-raising initiative of then Playhouse board member John E. Levine. The inaugural festival in 1979 featured one vintner - Robert Mondavi - and saw approximately 1,000

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