St. Jacobs Farmers' Market fire onsite investigation wraps up

The onsite investigation of the St. Jacobs Farmers' Market by the Ontario Fire Marshal has concluded. Further analysis offsite will continue to determine a cause for the fire.

Premier Kathleen Wynne to visit market on Thursday

The outdoor portion of the St. Jacobs Farmers' Market will reopen on Thursday. Over 300 vendors are expected to attend. (Mike McCulloch/CBC)

The Ontario Fire Marshal's office has concluded its onsite investigation at the St. Jacobs Farmers' Market and released the site back to the owners, Mercedes Corporation.

An offsite investigation of specific items of interest will continue at the Ontario Fire Marshal's lab. However, the fire marshal's office has not announced when it expects a final report on the cause of the fire will be completed.  

The outdoor portion of the market will reopen tomorrow and will continue to operate regularly on Thursdays and Saturdays.

Over 300 vendors are expected to be in attendance.

"The best way for those in the community to show their support is to visit the market starting Sept. 5th," said Woolwich Mayor Todd Cowan.

Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne is also expected to be at the market on Thursday.