FBC2014 City and Dates Announcement | www.foodbloggersofcanada.com

We are very excited to send out our "Save the Date" notice for FBC2014!

That's right - Canada's first and only national food blogging conference will be returning in 2014 after a very successful FBC2013.

In the spirit of making FBC Conferences accessible to all our members and ensuring that we celebrate the tremendous food scenes that this country offers from coast to coast we have committed to having our conference visit a new location every year.

This year we're thrilled to be landing in Vancouver from October 17-19th, during the height of fall and harvest.

We will have many more details to announce in January, including ticket information and our spectacular venue which we are so excited about!

But for now... mark your calendar and save those dates!

 










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31 Comments

Janice Mansfield
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So pleased to see you coming to Vancouver!

Not that we don’t love Toronto, but everything seems to be held there, and between plane tix and hotel rooms it limits a lot of us to only 1 conference per year

PoorandGlutenFree
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Woop woop! There’s a good chance I’ll actually be in Van for this 🙂 If anyone will be sticking around town afterwards, the Surrey International Writers’ Conference is on for the following weekend, too, so it’s good timing.

Melissa
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It may be a little while – we’ve got the east coast, Quebec and the prairies to hit up before we return to Ontario! Gotta spread the love!

A Canadian Foodie
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Congratulations! Bravo! I am tickled pink that it isn’t the same weekend as Terra Madre in Italy – but I will probably fly there from Vancouver. I didn’t think fall. Harvest is a great time… mind you, in BC – there is harvest all growing season long. Well done, Melissa, Ethan and team.
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Christine
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So excited! It’s been a few years since I’ve been to Vancouver (excluding layovers on my way overseas)! Looking forward to this! I really enjoyed the conference and meeting everyone! Took a lot of valuable lessons, tips, and ideas home with me!

ambradambra
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Wish I could come, but a long way from Australia! I spent four hours in Vancouver International Airport in 2000 – on my way to Cuba. It looked lovely. Sending best wishes for a great conference.

Monica Parlee
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Sounds awesome but I live on the east coast so probably won’t be able to make it. However, I will be sure to follow along with all the blog posts, updates and will live it vicariously through those attending!

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