Participate in a community flea market

Last updated September 27, 2023

Are you doing a major cleanup and want to get rid of some things? Why not sell your secondhand belongings locally and make someone in your community happy? Find out more about taking part in a community flea market held in your Montréal borough.

Only Anjou offer the possibility to participate in a community flea market.

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Anjou holds two flea market days per year: One in the spring, and a second in the fall. In 2023, the Anjou flea markets will be held on May 27 and September 16.

There are two ways to participate: You can take part in the community flea market, or you can hold a household flea market.

Community flea market

Residents are invited to rent a space where they can sell their goods. Since spaces are limited, they will be awarded via a random draw. Only borough residents who attend the draw and who hold a valid resident card (carte citoyen) and proof of residence (driver’s licence, public utility bill) are eligible.

Community flea markets run from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. In the event of rain, they are postponed until the following day.

Where: Borough hallparking lot

Sign up for the draw

Draws will be held on May 9 and August 29.

1. Obtain a numbered coupon 

On the day of the draw, go to the Bibliothèque Jean-Corbeil at 7500 Avenue Goncourt, room 2 (basement) between 7 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. to obtain a numbered coupon. No more than one coupon will be issued per address.

2. Attend the random draw

The random draw for the 100 available stalls will be held at 7:35 p.m.

Participation in a community flea market

Per place

On presentation of the receation card and proof of residence

10 $

Per table (maximum of two tables)

10 $

Payment methods accepted : Cheque or money order payable to the Ville de Montréal

Household flea market

Sell your effects in front of your home, as you would if you were holding a garage sale. It’s free of charge! Household flea markets run from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Registration required

From May 16 to 25 and from August 28 to September 13 by telephone at 514-493-8200 or 514-493-8222. 

Registration will make it possible to draw up a list of flea markets. The list will be made available at noon on May 27 and on September 14, on the borough Web site, at the Bibliothèque Jean-Corbeil and the Bibliothèque du Haut-Anjou, and at the Centre communautaire d’Anjou.

Residents will be invited to go from street to street to make the most of the flea markets. It is strictly prohibited to display advertising on lampposts, posts and any other street furniture in the borough.

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