Canadian Baking

Looking for Bakery Supplies in Toronto?

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Looking for Bakery Supplies in Toronto?

Having a hard time finding bakery supplies in Toronto?  We have you covered!  We ship many products daily to Toronto and surrounding areas.  We would love to be your source for supplies for your bakery. We have banneton baskets, bread lames, dough cutters and more.  🙂 Looking for a unique item?  Check out the hand forged bread lame by Avie. She does amazing work. Note: please review our shipping policy and FAQ page before placing your order to ensure we are a good fit for your business needs.  Looking forward to working with you. 

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Good Bye Rideau Bakery

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Good Bye Rideau Bakery

It's sad to hear that after nearly 90 years Rideau Bakery has to close it doors.  We at Canada Baking Supplies wish you good health in your battle with lymphoma.  Our thoughts are with you.

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Cannabis Edibles Date Has Been Set

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  The Canadian government has set the date for the sale of Cannabis edibles.  Health Canada released the information on Friday that mid-December the sale of edible cannabis infused products will be legal. There are very tight regulations regarding what's permitted.  It'll be interesting to see what becomes available.  

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N.W.T. Students Learning The Art of a Good Cup of Coffee

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N.W.T. Students Learning The Art of a Good Cup of Coffee

Jessica Barber, a high school and junior high teacher, at the Mezi Community School in N.W.T. has come up with a unique way to teach her students some new skills.   She and her students are learning how to make coffee and other baked goods.  The hands-on café teaches the students how to make lattes and cappuccinos and baked goods such as cookies. The students all have a good time and learn some new life skills at the same time.   Good job! :-)  

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Have You Tried The Haskap Berry?

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Have You Tried The Haskap Berry?

They say you learn something new everyday.  I truly believe this.  I am over 40 years old and have never heard of the Haskap Berry before... yet it's a native berry to Canada.  Growing up in Newfoundland we have our share of fruits and berries that grow naturally around the island. The Haskap berry has been described as a cross between a tangy raspberry and a blueberry.  Their shape is like an long blueberry.    I would really love the opportunity to try these berries. Could make some Haskap Berry Muffins, or maybe even a Haskap Berry Tart with whip...

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