The Green Living Show Celebrates Healthy Living!

Canada’s largest consumer show dedicated to simple solutions for leading a healthy and sustainable lifestyle, returns to the Toronto Convention Centre.


The Green Living Show is Canada’s largest consumer show dedicated to all things green, returns to the Metro Toronto Convention Centre, April 7-9. Now in its 11th year, the Green Living Show will be the biggest and best yet!

Taste the best in local food and wine, discover thousands of eco-friendly products, drive the latest green cars, experience interactive exhibits, enjoy inspirational speakers and so much more!

Don’t miss out on your chance to explore the latest in green living, helping create a healthier you and a healthier planet.

For more information, visit the Greenliving Show website here.

Where: Metro Toronto Convention Centre, North Building 255 Front Street West Toronto, Ontario M5W 2W6
When: Friday, April 7 — 12 – 9 pm
Saturday, April 8 — 10 am – 8 pm
Sunday, April 9 — 10 am – 6 pm
Cost: Adults: $12 Online $15 Onsite
Seniors (65+)/Students: $10
Children under 12: FREE (must be accompanied by an adult)
School Group Rate: $8.00pp (10+persons)

Box office special: Friday evening: $10 after 4pm! (save $5 on regular Adult admission)

Free re-admission all weekend

BONUS*: Receive one food & drink sample ticket with Adult, Student or Senior admission.



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