A sign for the Yellowknife Farmers' Market in 2021. Sarah Sibley/Cabin Radio
Yellowknife’s farmers’ market will come back for one more week, on September 19, to partly make up for its enforced absence during the city’s evacuation.
September 12’s edition was originally intended to be the season-ender but, after an intensely smoky market on Tuesday, August 15 – a day before Yellowknife’s evacuation order came down – organizers were obliged to abandon three consecutive markets.
Next Tuesday will instead serve as the final market of the year.
This year marked the farmers’ market’s 10th anniversary.