Ottawa Veg Fest


May 1




For more information please check the official web site


Bon Appetit Ottawa

May 3

Aberdeen Pavilion, Lansdowne Park, Ottawa

Bon Appetit Ottawa is the best cocktail party of the year. This food and wine show features over 90 restaurants and caterers and dozens of wineries and breweries. Over 2000 people enjoy the delicious creations of the region's top chefs and samplings of renowned wineries served up in the beautiful and historic setting of the Aberdeen Pavillion.


European Seafood Exposition

May 3-5

Brussels, Belgium

The European Seafood Exposition is the world's largest seafood fair. Attracting buyers and sellers from over 140 countries around the world and featuring the stands of over 1600 exhibitors, the European Seafood Exposition is the global can't-miss fair for the seafood industry.


The Banff Rocky Mountain Wine & Food Festival

May 7-8

Fairmont Banff Springs Hotel and Resort

The Banff Rocky Mountain Wine & Food Festival is a celebration of food and wine in the beautiful Rocky Mountains! An assortment of delectable food samples from Banff's most popular restaurants will be showcased, as well as an impressive selection of wine, premium spirits, and import beer from around the globe.


Salut Wine+Food Festival

May 8-15


Toronto’s premier wine and food festival returns this spring, offering a week of exciting and unique events designed to bring you up close and personal with leading local and international winemakers, chefs, food producers and gourmet trailblazers.


SIAL Canada

May 11-13

Metro Convention Centre, Toronto

SIAL Canada is an international tradeshow dedicated to food industry professionals which targets the North American market. Each year, over 530 agrifood exhibitors and 12,000 professionals come together for this uniting event.


Toronto’s 7th Annual Whisky Gala

May 14


Toronto’s Annual Whisky Gala is a spectacular evening featuring a dazzling array of 100 plus single malts and premium spirits, tutored tastings, live jazz, gourmet catering, classic cocktails, and a poolside cigar bar on the outdoor lower level of Roy Thomson Hall.


Korean Food Products and Beverages Exhibition

May 21-22


The history of Korean cuisine is as deep as the history of the Korean peninsula. This exhibition’s purpose is to promote Korea and to further advance the image of Korea in Canada.


Festival of Wines

May 27-28

Charlottetown Civil Centre

The P.E.I. Liquor Control Commission proudly presents the 2011 Festival of Wines, an extravaganza where you can explore the exciting world of wine and taste from more than 200 limited-quantity wines.


Terroir Wine Celebration

May 29

Picton, Ontario

For more information please check the official web site


La fête du chocolat de Bromont

May 22-24, 29-30


Artists, confectioners, performances and so, so much chocolate! La Fête du chocolat promises a great time for the entire family or for friends to get together in the rural village of Bromont.

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