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Check Out Whole Foods Market in Canada

Going north? Visit some of our Canadian stores in Ontario and British Columbia.

Going north? We’re incredibly proud to have Whole Foods Market locations in Canada. If you're visiting the Vancouver, Victoria, Toronto or Ottawa area, check out our store list and stop by while you’re there. You’ll find favorite products from home as well as some new Canadian counterparts from our neighbors to the north. I’ve always enjoyed summer visits to Canada not only for the cooler weather, but for the attractions and people I’ve met along the way. So whether you're escaping the heat or you're traveling for work, there's plenty to explore.

Vancouver

Surrounded on three sides by water and the other by mountains (many a site of the 2010 Winter Olympic Games), Vancouver is a scenic city with a mild climate that’s perfect for enjoying the outdoors. Stanley Park, a 1,000 acre stretch of green park near downtown, is an urban sanctuary full of gardens, wildlife and people enjoying the park. Try renting a bike or a pair of rollerblades to cruise along and take in the scenery. Since Vancouver has one of the biggest Chinatowns in North America, a visit to the Chinatown Night Market on the weekends is a fun place to shop and try some street cuisine. For an adventure out on the water, try taking tours to check out orcas, porpoises, sea lions and bald eagles.

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Toronto

Toronto is the most populous city in Canada and is also known as one of the most ethnically diverse cities in the world. I’ve also heard Toronto called “The New York City of Canada,” and with its bustling sidewalks, shopping opportunities and fantastic people-watching, it’s easy to see why. There’s even an underground walkway with 17 miles of shopping and entertainment — incredibly helpful in the snowy winters! In the extreme opposite direction, travel upwards to the CN Tower, where you can look down 342 meters from a glass floor and participate in the EdgeWalk, the world’s highest full circle hands-free walk on a 5 ft wide ledge encircling the top of the CN Tower’s main pod, 116 stories above the ground. If you’re looking for something a little more grounded, tread over to The Bata Shoe Museum, sure to put any shoe collector in awe. To see the city in 3-wheeled, fuel-free vehicles (they’re powered with electric and pedal power), join EcoCab Tours to tour the city with a guide.

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