The free plants will be available at the Fermes Urbaines de Montréal kiosk, according to the Facebook post, which also says and the plants were locally grown in Quebec in a "100% controlled vertical production environment." If you want to know more about what they mean, Ferme d'Hiver will be on-site answering questions.
"As our laboratory turns into a nursery and hosts the plants destined to grow in our first industrial-scale unit, Ferme d'Hiver will donate over 2000 strawberry plants to the community," says the Facebook event.
"Having started their growth in a 100% controlled vertical production environment, these plants are in perfect health and will soon produce beautiful red and sweet fruits!"
A basket of local strawberries at IGA will cost you $4.99 on sale or $6.99 regular so $0 sounds like a pretty sweet deal — even if you fail at growing the berries, at least you get a free plant out of it.
Free strawberry plant giveaway!
When: July 29 and 30, 2021
Address: Fermes Urbaines de Montréal Kiosk (#180) at Jean-Talon Market
Why You Need To Go: Not only do you get a free plant, you also get to grow and eat your own fresh strawberries.
To get your free burger, head to Winneburger at Jean-Talon Market on Saturday or Sunday between 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. The earlier the better, though, because they're only giving out burgers while supplies last.
According to an email from Winneburger, each burger will contain a secret ingredient. But you won't find out what it is until you get there.
"The FREE burger is a burger with a secret ingredient. People who stop by [this] Food Truck will find out on the spot!" the email says.
Winneburger is located in a converted '80s RV that's been transformed into a commercial kitchen. It belongs to the folks at Nouveau Palais so — not only will your burger be free — you know it'll be damn good, too.
Free Burgers For Le Burger Week
When: Saturday, September 11 and Sunday, September 12 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. (or while supplies last)
Address: Nouveau Palais Winneburger at Jean-Talon Market - Allée Verte, 7070, ave. Henri Julien, Montreal, QC
Why You Need To Go: When free burgers are involved, do you really need a reason?