At The Grand Market we have a “Rain, Shine or Snow” weather policy, but please read further in the event of extreme weather.
If there is a severe weather warning, market directors will make a decision before 1pm the day of market and inform all vendors and patrons of a market cancellation through email and social media.
If the market is cancelled, vendors and patrons will NOT be permitted on site. Vendors should take care to pay special attention to their emails and 124 Grand Market social media on days that call for questionable weather.
In the event that there is unexpected severe weather during market operations, the market directors will make a decision on whether or not to shut down based on a number of factors, the highest priority of such being public and vendor safety. If the market is shut down during operations and the site ordered evacuated, vendors will NOT be permitted to sell on site under any circumstances.
Unfortunately, no refunds will be issued in the event of a cancellation due to extreme weather. If a market is set to go rain or shine and you do not attend, a cancellation fee will be issued.
Weather warnings as per Environment Canada are as follows:
Severe weather bulletins are issued as a watch or a warning, depending on the risk or severity of the event. Less severe events that could be a cause for concern will be issued as a special weather statement or Advisory.