Category archives for: Ontario

Windsor, CAN: Yum! Windsor’s First Food Truck Festival To Be Held This September


The rally is our way of showcasing to city officials that cities and the wants of its citizens are evolving and that it’s time to look into having some of the licensing guidelines for food trucks in this city loosened

Edmonton, CAN: S’wich Food Truck Hits the Mark with Hand-Crafted Bread, Cured Meats and Condiments

Chef Lex Boldireff makes all his own bread for sandwiches on S'wich food truck.

I sampled one of his mortadella sandwich at a recent What the Truck?! event, and could not believe the taste and texture of the mortadella, which was gloriously studded with pistachios. Make sure and indulge in an artisanal ice cream sandwich if you’ve got room for dessert.

Kitchener, CAN: Food Festival Transforms Downtown Kitchener into Al Fresco Eatery

Streatery festival
Peter Lee,Record staff
People line up at a food truck parked on King Street in front of Themuseum as part of the StrEATery Food Festival.

Sitting at a bistro table in the middle of King Street, Kaitlyn Kraatz waited for her husband to return with another tasty treat from one of the food trucks parked in downtown Kitchener.

Lethbridge, CAN: Food Truck Trend Growing in Lethbridge


The Hawaiian favourites have been a hit. In just 5 months thousands of people are following the Flying Hawaiian on social media.

Kitchener, CAN: The Food Trucks are Coming! The Food Trucks are Coming!


Watch out for some great food trucks that will be rolling up the Centre In The Square this May.

Niagara Falls, NY: The ‘Ultimate’ Food Truck Event Rolls into Scenic Wine Country May Long Weekend


20 gourmet food trucks with their diverse savoury flavours will be gathering together at Peller Estates for their third annual Food Truck Eats. With the event spread between three days, crowds will be significantly smaller giving guests more opportunities to enjoy the food, wine and entertainment.

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.

Calgary, CAN: YYC Food Trucks


City council and administration have wisely chosen to maintain the requirement that food trucks be parked more than 25 metres away from open brick-and-mortar restaurants. Violation of this rule, and others like providing garbage bins and not interfering with sidewalk use, will result in a $300 fine to the food truck.

Carlisle, PA: Carlisle Mayor-Elect to Propose Lifting Ban on Food Trucks and Carts

Carlisle Mayoral Candidate Tim Scott speaks during the Carlisle Mayoral Candidates Forum at Dickinson College's Stern Center. (Michael Bupp/The Sentinel)

We did talk with one business owner who is against allowing food carts in the borough, but she declined to go on camera.