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Lakeshore Rd. W.: Virtual Consultation

Between April 6-20, residents are invited to comment on the town’s Environmental Assessment (EA) study of Lakeshore Road West from Mississauga Street to Dorval Drive, which includes the Bronte. The study looks at current and future traffic needs and find ways to improve vehicle, cyclist, and pedestrian accessibility and safety. The study is considering a […]

Dream Big to Win $100

Thanks to Bronte businesses who are supporting the Bronte Forward! community engagement project with $100 gift prizing for people who engage with our social media posts and fill out the online survey. Bronte loves Maurya East Indian Roti, Bronte Fish & Chips, Lakeside Livin’, The Flavour Fox and Simply Green Baby. Read more about Bronte […]

Digital Main Street Extended To June

Funding for Digital Main Street, a free program that helps small businesses in BIAs with digital transformations, has been extended through June 2021. Bronte businesses should take advantage today of one-on-one consultation, webinars and training. Over the past two years, 24 Bronte businesses have applied for and received $2,500 DMS grants, while twice as many […]

2021 Ontario Budget Highlights

The Government of Ontario released its 2021 Budget on March 24, which included support for jobs and workers through more Small Business Support Grants, Digital Main Street funding through 2022, tourism industry supports and skills re-training programs.     Below are highlights from Ontario’s Action Plan: Protecting People’s Health and Our Economy, pulled from the […]

Longtime Favourite: Bronte Fish & Chips

Since opening in 1968, Bronte Fish and Chips has been the go-to fish and chip shop, beloved by many locals in the area. The popular, family friendly restaurant serves fresh halibut, cod, sole, haddock and fresh-cut fries made daily from local potatoes. The Bronte BIA interviewed co-owner Simone Waddell, who runs the business with husband […]

Canada Emergency Business Account Extended

The deadline for the federal Canada Emergency Business Account (CEBA) is extended to June 30 from March 31, 2021. The extension applies to new applications for loans of $60,000 or to new applications from businesses that have received a $40,000 loan and intend to apply for the additional $20,000. Apply now.