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Toronto's markets, a part of its heritage, are thriving today. In summer and fall, there are dozens of farmers markets operating throughout the city's residential neighborhoods and beyond, even at New City Hall. Antique markets run year-round, and open-air markets such as Kensington are part of the city's fabric. Make like a local and dive into the fray. Check out the smaller farmers markets at the Distillery District and at Riverdale Farm, plus the wealth of choices that have sprouted at Dufferin Grove, the Green Barns at Wychwood, the Evergreen Brickworks, and beyond.

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