Just a handy list of vegan and vegan-friendly events including fundraisers, panel discussions, demonstrations, food justice focused conversations, race and food, amongst others. I endeavor to only add events from groups and organizations that I know have reasonable community accountability and offer safe spaces.

Events are primarily in Toronto, but also include events around Ontario, Northwestern New York State, Northern Michigan, and other places that are a short(ish) drive away.

I try and include venue accessibility information with every post. Not all events are accessible, but I will include that information wherever possible.

For local farmers market information please visit The Toronto Farmers Market Network for listings. Several Farmers Markets have specialized vegan vendors, in addition to offering all the beautiful local produce grown right here in Ontario.

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Cowspiracy Screening & Vegan Bake Sale

January 10, 2015 @ 6:00 PM - 11:00 PM


Enjoy mouthwatering vegan goodies and a screening of the groundbreaking environmental documentary, Cowspiracy: The Sustainability Secret, to raise funds for the legal defence of the Slaughterhouse 7, a brave group of activists charged with various offences after taking a stand against the suffering inflicted by the meat industry. All funds raised will go to to the Slaughterhouse 7 Indiegogo campaign to cover legal defence costs.

ENTRANCE to the vegan bake sale is free. Entrance to the Cowspiracy screening is $10. You can buy tickets online by donating to the Slaughterhouse 7 Indiegogo campaign and adding a note indicating that your donation is for the purchase of a ticket to the Cowspiracy screening (https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/slaughterhouse-7). **Seating is limited to 60 for the event. If the screening is not sold out prior to the day of the event, tickets will be available at the door.**


We’re looking for VOLUNTEERS to help at the event and prepare vegan treats for the bake sale. Please message us below if you are interested in contributing.

WHO ARE THE SLAUGHTERHOUSE 7? On November 6, 2014, animal rights activists held a demonstration outside of St. Helen’s Meat Packers slaughterhouse in Toronto, in a non-violent act of civil disobedience intending to block trucks filled with innocent young cows from entering the slaughterhouse. The sitters were able to stop trucks from entering the slaughterhouse for more than two hours, with police observing. Chaos erupted after this time when slaughterhouse workers and management became physically and verbally abusive toward the peaceful sitters. Police responded by engaging in more violence towards the peaceful protesters, using excessive force against three of them and charging seven with various offenses. – See more at: www.meetmeatthestockyards.org/

ABOUT COWSPIRACY: is a groundbreaking feature-length environmental documentary following intrepid filmmaker Kip Andersen as he uncovers the most destructive industry facing the planet today – and investigates why the world’s leading environmental organizations are too afraid to talk about it. As eye-opening as Blackfish and as inspiring as An Inconvenient Truth, this shocking yet humorous documentary reveals the absolutely devastating environmental impact large-scale factory farming has on our planet, and offers a path to global sustainability for a growing population. http://www.cowspiracy.com/about/


January 10, 2015
6:00 PM - 11:00 PM
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The Industrial Arts Room , Ground Floor
688 Richmond St. West
Toronto, Ontario M6J 1C5 Canada
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Disclaimer: I (usually) have nothing to do with organizing these events. Incorrect information or omissions may occur but I have tried my best to be as accurate as possible. Please check the original event posting for the most up to date information.

This is partially a personal calendar of convenience, but also a calendar of events others might also be interested in. If there are any events that should appear on this (or that I might be interested in) please let me know!

Accessibility notes are added to most events – where I know or can find the information. If you have more accurate information, please let me know!