Whoa Canada! Vendor Application



Vendors who wish to be considered to take part in the July 1, 2019 Canada Day celebrations produced by the City of Moncton,  in downtown Moncton, must submit this filled out form no later than Friday, April 12, 2019.

*Please note: Once the selection of vendors is complete, food vendors selected to take part in this event will be required to submit a valid public health permit (or a copy) issued by the Province of New Brunswick’s Health Protection Branch on or before May 15, 2019. The permit must be valid for the date of the event (July 1, 2019).

**Please note: Submission of this application does not guarantee acceptance. 

Event Details

The City of Moncton’s annual Whoa Canada! celebrations are the region’s largest and 2019 will be no exception. 

Event: Canada Day Celebrations 2019

Date: Monday, July 1, 2019


11 am – 5 pm Children's Entertainment on Stage
11 pm – 8 pm Canada Day Bouncy Games
11 am – 10 pm Canada Day Vendors & Booths
5 pm – 9:45 pm Official Canada Day Concert
10 pm – 10:15 pm Canada Day Fireworks

Vending Areas: 

  • Riverfront Parking Lot 
  • Riverfront Trail 
  • Riverfront Park (Kids’ PlayZone)

Vendor Obligations and Responsibilities

Vending Fees:

  • $250 for a 10-ft x 10-ft space for one installation
  • $350 for a 10-ft x 20-ft space for one installation
  • $450 for a 10-ft x 30-ft space for one installation

Supply Vehicle Fees*:

  • $125 for a 10-ft x 10-ft space for one supply vehicle
  • $175 for a 10-ft x 20-ft space for one supply vehicle

Electrical Fees:

120v/15-amps per plug $50
120v/20-amps per plug $55
120v/30-amps per plug $65
208v/15-amps (single phase) per plug $65
208v/20-amps (single phase) per plug $75
208v/30-amps (single phase) per plug $85
208v/40-amps (single phase) per plug $95
208v/50-amps (single phase) per plug $110
208v/60-amps (single phase) per plug $135

*Please note:

  • Maximum space alloted for one vendor's supply vehicle is 10-ft x 20-ft, where space allows.
  • If a vendor has more than one installation or booth, fees will be charged for each installation.
  • An invoice will be issued by the City of Moncton following the event to collect fees from vendors.
  • Failure to pay vendor fees will automatically disqualify vendors from any future City of Moncton events. Vendors with outstanding invoices from past City of Moncton events will not be considered until the outstanding invoices are paid in full.

Vendor Schedule:

Vending hours:

Vendors are expected to sell their products from 11 am to 10 pm on July 1, 2019.

Set-up time:

Vendors will be assigned a time between 7 am and 9 am and must be set up by 10 am.

Start time:

Vendors must be ready to sell at 11 am.

Tear-down time:

  • Vendors may begin tear-down at 10:30 pm.
  • No vehicles are permitted to circulate on the event site before the crowds have dispersed after the fireworks (around 10:30 pm).
  • All vendors mus be off site no later than 11:30 pm to allow the City of Moncton to reopen the street and proceed with clean-up of the event site.

Set-up equipment:

Tents, tables, chairs, etc. will not be provided to vendors by the City of Moncton.


All vendors are responsible for securing their own space at all times.

Public Health Permit:

All food vendors, selected to participate in Canada Day festivities, must submit a valid copy of their permit as issued by the Province of New Brunswick's Health Protection Branch no later than May 15, 2019, otherwise they will not be permitted to set up on Canada Day. The permit must be valid on the date of the event. (July 1, 2019).

Public Health Requirements:

All food vendors who do not have a sink in their installation, approved by the Province of New Brunswick's Health Protection Branch, are required to coordinate the rental of their own hand-washing station.

Vendor Information

Mailing address:
Preferred vending area:
The City of Moncton may allow a vendor to park a separate supply vehicle near the vendor’s booth / installation at an additional cost (see section on Vendor Obligations and Responsibilities for fees). Space for supply vehicles cannot be guaranteed. It will depend on site capacity and the needs of the event. If approved, location of supply vehicles will be determined by the City of Moncton. Supply vehicles allowed on-site will either be parked behind or beside the vendor’s installation, depending on vendor location.
Vendors are asked to be self-sufficient; however, if a vendor is unable to source its own electrical, a City-supplied power source may be available at an additional cost (see section on Vendor Obligations and Responsibilities for fees), based on availability of resources.
Hand-washing station (mandatory for food vendors):
Rain location (Moncton Coliseum):

Acceptance of terms in this form

I have read the terms and conditions outlined in the Vendor Application Form for the 2019 Canada Day celebrations, organized by the City of Moncton, and I agree to meet all said terms and conditions.