The Lawrence Fish market in central Ontario is one of Canada’s largest, with some 800 different fish and other animals sold every day.
There are hundreds of varieties of fish, birds, reptiles and amphibians, and the market is a destination for people looking to find their next meal.
Here’s a look at what you need before heading to the market.
What’s in the market?
In a nutshell, fish is a delicacy that is sold at the Lawrence Market every day in Ontario.
The market is known for its high quality fish, which come from far-flung waters.
Some fish, such as cod and mackerel, are worth hundreds of dollars a pound.
The fish market is also home to a variety of animals, including deer, birds and reptiles.
There is also a variety for sale, including a variety known as the “green market,” which is an aquarium-grade variety that can be purchased by the pound for $5 to $10 per pound.
There’s also a wide range of other fish, including the rare bluefin tuna.
There also are a wide variety of exotic species such as kangaroofish, red kangaroos and kangaras.
There can be as many as 50 species of birds in the fish market, including blackbirds, wrens, and waterfowl.
A number of species are native to Ontario, such a duck, skunk, and quail.
There have been many reports of wild animals such as bobcat, mountain goat, black bears, and wild deer roaming the markets, and they are protected by the provincial government.
How do I get to the fish markets?
There are three main routes to the markets: from the west, from the east, and from the south.
The west route takes you to the south end of the city, while the east route takes your to the east end of Toronto.
There, you’ll find the Lawrence Park Zoo, where you can check out exhibits of birds, fish, reptiles, and other species.
The north end of downtown, in the mall, is also the best route.
There you’ll see the various attractions of the market, such the fish farm, a variety farm, and more.
The south end, in front of the Lawrence University campus, is a good option if you want to walk around the area.
You’ll find yourself in the middle of the downtown area, where people come to buy fish and some of the larger fish farms.
There may also be an ice rink, which is one reason why it is so popular in the spring.
If you’re interested in getting a closer look at the animals in the markets you’ll need to have a pass.
The price for a pass depends on the species, and is determined by the type of permit, or “license.”
You can purchase a permit from the Fish and Game Department or purchase a “bond,” which entitles you to a free fish at the end of a season, at no charge.
If your permit allows you to walk through the market without a permit, you can buy a “mock permit” to allow you to go through without a tag, but it requires a permit.
If there is a “catch” tag attached to your bag, you will need to buy a catch tag to wear to the end.
For more information on fish markets and other wildlife markets, visit the Ontario Wildlife Service website.