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Compassionista: An Ethical Fashion Show

Are you into ethical and cruelty-free fashion, veganism and zero waste? We’re hosting a fun Toronto event that you might love at our shop this April — Compassionista: An Ethical Fashion Show! We hope to see you there. The event will feature sweatshop-free clothing, inspiring influencers as models, healthy vegan… Read More

Wishing Well Sanctuary’s 7th Birthday Celebration & Fall Festival

Wishing Well Sanctuary is celebrating their 7th birthday and is hosting a unique, family-friendly fall festival in honour of it! The festival will include scrumptious vegan food and vendors, live music, a fashion show modelling the latest in cruelty-free trends, tours of the sanctuary to meet our rescued farmed animals,… Read More

TVA Featured Business Members – December 2014

  YamChops 705 College St., www.yamchops.com, TalkToUs@YamChops.com, 416-645-0117 Have you been to YamChops yet? It’s Toronto’s all Vegan “Butcher Shop” featuring house-made vegan foods and meals, as well as a vegan grocery section where you’ll find your favourite vegan products, many from local companies right here in the city. “YamChops is Canada’s first and only vegetarian butcher shop, and we delight in offering plant-based protein alternatives, fresh prepared foods and eat-in or take-out lunch and dinner. We have a full vegan grocery, AuJus organic cold pressed juices, catering, and home delivery. We believe plant-based proteins can be a staple of any kitchen or diet.” Find YamChops on Facebook and Twitter, and order meals for delivery directly from their website. Toronto Veg Card holders save 10% at YamChops!   Know Thy Food 416-993-4531, www.veggiecookingclasses.com, knowthyfood@gmail.com Interested in learning the ins and outs of vegan cooking and healthy eating? Know Thy Food offers hands-on vegan, whole foods cooking classes taught by a vegan cook and educator with over 20 years experience. “I love good food… Read More


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