There's more to the city's farmers markets than fresh produce.
The entire grounds will be licensed for the weekly soiree, allowing visitors to roam freely while enjoying alcoholic beverages.
These one-week immersive programs prepare people for advanced study and long-term employment in the film, TV, game, and mobile industries.
Hundreds gathered at the family-friendly event over the course of the day to take in colourful dancing, traditional music, tasty food (bannock, anyone?) and awe-inspiring artwork.
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Over 100,000 people are expected to attend the two-day event.