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Bronte Forward! Results

The Bronte Forward! engagement process has wrapped after 800 survey responses, dozens of interviews, focus groups, and two workshops with over 100 in attendance. The stories and feedback we’ve collected have been captured in a new vision document. Bronte Forward! was a community-wide campaign to capture what people value most about and aspire for Bronte […]

Celebrate Small Business Week – Every Week

Next week, October 18-24, is Small Business Week hosted by the Business Development Bank of Canada (BDC), but for local Bronte entrepreneurs, every week is focused on running and growing their small business. And it’s reason to celebrate! After 18 challenging months, it’s more important than ever to shop at your local retailer, dine out […]

Dine Indoors with Vaccine Proof

Bronte restaurants are happy to welcome guest for indoor dining with proof of vaccination in keeping with new health & safety protocols. Bring your vaccine receipt (paper or digital) and a piece of government ID. Your kindness and patience are appreciated as restaurant staff work hard to both comply with these regulations and provide a […]

Culture Days -Tour the Muskoka Chairs

Fall weather is perfect for touring the 70 At Home in Bronte painted Muskoka chairs located throughout the business district and the Bronte Heritage Waterfront Park as part of the national Culture Days celebration. Pick up a map, do a walking tour or a family friendly scavenger hunt – each chair has a hidden lighthouse […]

Help for Proof of Vaccination Policy

Guidelines are now available to help businesses implement the proof of vaccination requirements for indoor dining, gyms and other businesses starting September 22, 2021. For example, photo ID isn’t required; the customer’s name and date of birth are the key pieces of info. Read more.   There are also FAQs like ‘can you block out […]

New Instructions from Halton’s Medical Officer of Health

Halton’s Medical Officer of Health has updated instructions for businesses that took effect on Friday, September 10. They combine existing rules from the Province and Halton with some new requirements. Contact tracing must now be done in personal care services businesses and businesses with 100 or more workers must create and comply with a COVID-19 […]