Category archives for: Canada

Toronto, CAN: Food Truck Events to look forward to this Spring


Here’s a few food truck events you can look forward to this Spring season.

Toronto, CAN: For Better Or Worse, Food-Truck Bylaw Is Passed


City Council has finally granted approval for more food trucks to vend on city streets. But the new bylaw, passed last week, comes with serious strings attached: only 100 licenses will be made available at a cost of $5000 each, and trucks can’t park within 50 metres of a restaurant

Toronto, CAN: New Rules For Toronto Street Vending Leaves Vendors Hopeful Yet Hungry For More Change


Permits given to trucks will be limited to 125 permits over the next 12 months (there’s currently 27 already claimed) and will be limited to one per person. What will happen to trucks that have two or more trucks?

Toronto, CAN: Toronto has Nothing to Fear From Food Trucks, says Jennifer Bain

On May 15, gourmet food trucks will finally be allowed to roam Toronto, park on some streets, and sell meals from parking lots. It's about time.

On May 15, gourmet food trucks will finally be allowed to roam Toronto, park on some streets, and sell meals from parking lots. It’s about time.

Toronto, CAN: Toronto Food Scene – Trucks, Carts and Pop-Ups


After a long (nearly) three years, diverse street food has now been opened up in Toronto thanks to the hard fighting folks at Food Forward and the street loving community at-large.

Osoyoos, CAN: Street Food Vendors in Osoyoos will Soon Be Subject to Selection and Approval Process

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Our current dealings with street food vendors are very ad hoc with prospective vendors coming to our office on multiple occasions with new enquiries or information and not infrequently changing their plans mid-stream or closing up their business in Osoyoos after opening for awhile

Calgary, CAN: Taco Truck Folks Find a Hole in the Wall to Make their Scrumptious Mexican Food Year Round


Combine that tale of woe with the fact that Los Compadres has an outpost in Monterrey, Mexico, and it would be perfectly understandable had the food-truck operators headed south of a couple of borders till spring. Instead, they opened a restaurant.

London, CAN: Food Truck Fix Could Come to Forest City this Spring

This gourmet grilled cheese food truck is tough to find in London, Ont., but there are hopes that could soon change.

Proposed rules include trucks being 25 metres from existing restaurants and other refreshment vehicles, 100 metres from festivals or special events, 25 metres from schools and no setting up on residential streets.

Vancouver, CAN: Street Food City III Takes Over Downtown Vancouver Jan 22-26

Stuff your face at Street Food City! || Image from Tourism Vancouver

Check out Street Food City III in the North Plaza of the Vancouver Art Gallery

Vancouver, CAN: Food Carts Roll into Robson Square for Dine Out Vancouver

Food carts at Robson Square in Vancouver, B.C. on Thursday Jan. 16, 2014. Food carts will congregate at Robson Square next week for a five day food cart festival as part of Dine Out Vancouver. (CARMINE MARINELLI/ 24 HOURS)

The city’s growing fleet of food truck owners will descend on Robson Square starting Jan. 22 to showcase their culinary offerings as part of the Dine Out Vancouver festival.