Fair Trade Fair 2016

Once a year, VIDEA gathers together with other socially conscious, fair trade community members to put on the Fair Trade Fair. The fair has grown substantially since its beginnings over 20 years ago! Today, vendors from all over Vancouver Island and the lower mainland delight visitors with quality goods and invaluable information about the importance of fair trade!

The Fair Trade Fair isn’t just about adding yet another day of shopping to an already consumer - packed season though! Milling throughout the fair, visitors learn about the different projects many of the vendors support; how they first got involved in fair trade and why it is important to them. Learning from one another and sharing stories and concerns regarding trade is also an important part of the Fair Trade Fair - and we hope to see you there!

VIDEA Fair Trade Fair 2016

Saturday, November 26, 10 am - 4 pm

Metropolitan United Church Hall, 932 Balmoral Rd.

Entry by donation


VIDEA has been a strong supporter of fair trade over the last few decades - supporting the development of fair trade initiatives in Zambia and producing learning resources including "Trade my Way, the Coffee Trade - a teacher’s Guide" and "Deceptive Beauty: the story of Fair Flowers".

Keep up to date on this year’s Fair Trade Fair and our vendors on our Facebook page
For more information about the Fair Trade Fair, get in touch with our Project Officer Brianne Meikle at bmeikle@videa.ca


Take a sneak peek at the fabulous vendors you can expect at this years Fair Trade Fair:
African AIDS Angels
African Fair Trade
Aldea Maya
Canadian Women for Women in Afghanistan
Didi Society
Eco and Unique
Farafina Arts
Floating Stone Silks
Honestly Tea Company
International Women’s Catering
Level Ground Trading
Marigold Collective
Maya Skills Project
Mondo Trading Company
One Leaf Creations
Orange Skies
Positively Africa
Scarves for Stoves 
TAMMACHAT Natural Textiles
Ten Thousand Villages
Victoria African and Caribbean Cultural Society

Victoria Global Village Store

Victoria Grandmothers for Africa