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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.

Win a Sheridan College Co-op Student

Thinking of hiring a co-op student this summer who can bring fresh ideas, creative innovation, and critical thinking skills to your business? Attend a Career-Integrated Learning information session to learn about the funding supports available to eligible employers who hire from Sheridan’s 50+ co-op programs – and have a chance to win a fully sponsored […]

Make Your Business Bike Friendly

‘Destination Bike – Welcoming Cyclists in Halton Region’ is a free webinar on April 14 from 2-3pm. Learn the benefits of cycling tourism and how to become a “bike-friendly” certified business. More cyclists than ever are hitting the road, so why not attract them to your business! Hosted by Halton Region and Ontario By Bike, […]

More Safety Rules for Restaurants

Stricter measures for local food establishments have been issued by the Halton Medical Officer of Health as new COVID-19 cases rise along with outbreaks and more transmission of the highly-contagious Variants of Concern. The revised instructions issued by Dr. Hamidah Meghani took effect Tuesday, March 23 and come just days after the Province announced adjustments […]

Indoor Dining Capacity Increased

Dining capacity limits have increased at restaurants, bars and other food and drink establishments for Red-Control level regions of the Ontario Framework, like Halton, as of Saturday, March 20, 2021. Capacity limits for indoor dining are now based on a standard, scalable calculation that allow for up to approximately 50 per cent of the indoor […]