Ontario's landscape is full of the ubiquitous farmers' market, and lucky for tourists and residents alike, they don't have to travel far in order to buy fresh, local foods and products.
Ottawa's Byward Market, and Toronto's St. Lawrence and Kensington markets are three of Ontario's infamous marketplaces, and each is worth visiting for its sheer variety. But while most markets provide the best shopping in the summer and fall, many of Ontario's markets are also open in the winter, providing a unique year-round retail experience.
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