COVID-19 Information

To keep customers and vendors safe, Covid-19 precaution measures are in place, including physical distancing and use of masks. Scadding Court Community Centre is closed until further notice.

Welcome to Market 707!

Scadding Court Community Centre’s outdoor shipping container market, located in the heart of Downtown Toronto. Shop online or stop by to try delicious street food and explore unique goods and services from over 20 local vendors.!

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What is Market 707?

Housed in retrofitted shipping containers, Market 707 offers a unique street food and retail experience. This vibrant community space brings together local entrepreneurs serving delicious international street food and unique goods and services to create an urban food and shopping experience unlike any other.

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Explore Shops of all sorts.

Explore the wide variety of offerings at Market 707, including mouth-watering treats, unique goods, and more!

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Explore Pop-up Vendors

Featured vendors are participants of our Women’s Entrepreneurship Hub or Newcomer Entrepreneurship Hub programs.

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Explore Community Events

Market 707 takes pride in delivering fun events and entertainment for visitors such as shows, night markets, and much more!

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News and Updates

Market 707 Toronto

Market 707 is a stretch of sidewalk near Dundas and Bathurst lined with upcycled shipping containers that offer sweet and savory foods, services, and everything in between.

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Toronto’s new street food stall is so popular Jagmeet Singh stopped by for a taste

Jagmeet Singh is a busy man, and when he works up an appetite he visits some truly choice local spots in Toronto.

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Repurposed shipping containers are the latest affordable space trend, but city planning policies need to catch up

The structures reduce construction time, a boon for community groups needing cheap space, but bureaucratic inconsistency means an onerous approval process with the city.

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Toronto should cut red tape and support creativity

Toronto is known as a city of neighborhoods. There’s the old and quirky Chinatown and Kensington Market to the trendy Leslieville and Yorkville and dozens of others across the city.

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