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Celebrating Female Entrepreneurs: Lana’s Boutique

As we celebrate International Women’s Day, we look to one of Bronte’s longest running businesses, Lana’s Boutique. Lana’s has been open since 1989, and the Bronte BIA interviewed owner, Lana Miller, to talk about her experience as a successful female entrepreneur:  How has your experience been as a female entrepreneur since opening? “I cannot say […]

Apply Now: Patio Starts April 1

Applications are now being accepted for the Spring/Summer patio season starting April 1. Read more and apply. Connect with the Patio Team at to discuss your plans or to arrange a site visit. All 2021 program participants must submit an application package and sign the use agreement before operating a patio/bistro. The earlier start […]

Public Consultations on Lakeshore Road West Coming

Public consultations will begin this Spring on the Town’s Lakeshore West Improvements Study that assessed the current and future transportation along Lakeshore Rd. W. from Mississauga St. to Dorval Dr. Read the letter. The Bronte BIA will provide input from the business perspective and keep businesses updated on consultations so individuals can provide feedback directly. […]

At Home in Bronte: Artist Profile

The At Home in Bronte: Winter Edition outdoor art show showcases 50 professionally painted Muskoka chairs throughout Bronte Heritage Waterfront Park and the business district. The BIA hired local artists to create the colourful artwork.  Robert John Paterson is a freelance illustrator from Toronto who painted five chairs for the show. Through his art, he […]

Welcome New Business Distinct Medical Aesthetics

As International Women’s Day approaches, we’re celebrating women entrepreneurs in Bronte, including new business owners, Mara Langevin and Jacklyn Sudetic, who just opened their medical spa clinic Distinct Medical Aesthetics in Bronte. Both women grew up in Oakville and decided Bronte was the perfect place to start their facial regenerative medicine business as they wanted […]

Halton in Red-Control Level; Managed Capacity Limits

Halton Region has moved into the Red/Control Level of the Province’s COVID-19 Response Framework. This means non-essential businesses are open with limited capacities. Halton welcomes locals back to shopping in person safely. However, if you’re in a Lockdown zone, we look forward to welcoming you back at a later date. Read the Halton’s Medical Officer […]