Food Day Canada 2019
Shining a Light on Canadian Cuisine
Canadians will come together to enjoy and celebrate food and their stories – in person and online on Food Day Canada, Saturday August 3, 2019. Food Day Canada is a chance for all Canadians to join hands in one massive celebration in praise of our incredible food and the people who make it happen.
Who? Anyone and everyone who loves Canadian ingredients! Chefs, home cooks, farmers, ranchers, fishers, writers, winemakers, brewers, food processors, researchers and more.
When? All day Saturday August 3, 2019
Where? Anywhere and everywhere. Backyard barbecues, picnics, potlucks, dine in, dine out. Enjoy Canadian-grown, Canadian-made food and drinks!
What’s Happening? Canadians are coming together to declare Food Day Canada/Journée des terroirs. We are shopping, cooking, eating and celebrating across the nation. The spirit of pride will shine as iconic structures are lit red and white in honour of our Canadian cuisine including; city halls in Halifax, Charlottetown & Vancouver; the Confederation Centre in St. John’s; the huge city signs in Toronto & Winnipeg; the St. Lawrence Market; Niagara Falls and the CN Tower; the Calgary Tower; B.C. Place; the Celebration Gates and Fountain at the B.C. legislature in Victoria and more.
How can you join the party?
- Shop like a Canadian. Cook like a Canadian. Share like a Canadian.
- Post your menus, photos and stories with pride and passion! Add the hashtag #FoodDayCanada and watch them appear on FoodDayCanada.ca and @fooddaycanada as the celebration rolls with the time zones across the nation.
Everyone can help celebrate and ‘Shine a Light on Canadian cuisine’ on August 3, 2019.
Participating Taste members: Founders House Dining, Chives Canadian Bistro, Brooklyn Warehouse, The Canteen on Portland, Battery Park, Restaurant 100 KM at Chanterelle Country Inn, Le Caveau, Morris East, Flying Apron Inn & Cookery, Wild Caraway, 2 Doors Down, Charlotte Lane, Fox Harb’r, Blomidon Inn.
More information: FoodDayCanada.ca