A social economy enterprise, the mission of the Corporation de gestion des marchés publics de Montréal is to improve access to fresh produce through a network of public markets that brings Montrealers closer to local producers, market gardeners, retailers, restaurateurs and agri-food artisans. Since 1993, we have been mandated by the City of Montreal to manage the Atwater Market, the Jean-Talon Market, the Maisonneuve Market, six neighbourhood markets and three solidarity markets. A non-profit organization, our governance is based on a mixed board of directors, composed of five merchants and five residents of the Montreal agglomeration, and includes more than 200 members who commercialize at public markets.
Improve access to fresh produce through a network of public markets that brings Montrealers closer to local food producers and artisans.
Develop a network of public markets on a human scale that contributes to making Montreal an accessible, sustainable and healthy metropolis.
To allow families of producers and agri-food artisans to feed Montreal families.
Transparency – Conviviality – Agility – Diversity – Accessibility – Responsibility – Proximity
The Montreal Public Markets network is visited by more than three out of four Montrealers and allows, by promoting a short circuit model, to feed the population and offer access to local and quality products all year long, everywhere on the island of Montreal.