June

Event

Mondial Biere
Festival

Dates

June 8-12

Place

Place Bonaventure,
Montreal

About

For more information please check the official web site




 

EAT!
Vancouver

June 10-12

New Vancouver Convention Centre

Celebrity chefs, popular local restaurants, wineries, food and beverage manufacturers, cookbook authors, retailers, artisans, and many others from the culinary world will come together for a three day public extravaganza at the new Vancouver Convention Centre. EAT! Vancouver encompasses unique food experiences, opportunities to learn behind-the-scenes culinary magic from professional chefs, dynamic entertainment through celebrity chef cooking demonstrations and culinary competitions, diverse food, beverage and cooking related exhibits; and of course fantastic shopping opportunities.




 

Toronto Wine and
Spirit Festival

June 16-18

Distillery District, Toronto

From tastings in the original Fermenting Cellar of the former Gooderham and Worts distillery and gourmet fair in the Boiler House, to seminars in tented pavilions on the brick lined paths, this truly is a unique setting for this kick off to summer … a summer solstice.




 

CATCH: The Nova Scotia Seafood Festival

June 18-19

Cunard Centre, Halifax

The Nova Scotia Seafood Festival is a showcase of the freshest local seafood and the hottest culinary trends. You won't want to miss the premier event of the summer!




 

Niagara New Vintage Festival

June 18-26

Niagara, Ontario

Wine and food fanatics will be visiting Niagara to experience the Niagara New Vintage Festival. Internationally acclaimed wines, fresh produce, and a culinary experience unique to Ontario are at the centre of this two weekend wine and culinary extravaganza. Embrace a demonstration of what it means to buy local and realize all that Niagara has to offer.




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