Fort Albany's Farmers' Market is making a difference in Northern and aboriginal communities with their exemplary initiatives to reduce barriers to healthy food access. Fort Albany Farmers' Market arose out of the Student Nutrition Program as parents couldn't access the same healthy and affordable food at home for their kids. Partnering with FoodShare Toronto, True North Community Co-operative and the Fort Albany Food Security Committee developed a direct shipment process to enable the set-up of a farmers' market in Fort Albany that would offer quality fresh food at an affordable price: after a food order is placed with FoodShare, it travels from the Ontario Food Terminal in Toronto by truck to Cochrane, is transported on a freight train to Moosonee, and is then flown to Fort Albany. Scheduling is a challenge, but there is a high demand for fresh food markets in the Fort Albany community. Fort Albany's Farmers' Market continues passing good food ideas onto other northern communities.