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Bronte Summer Guides are Here

The hard copy and digital Bronte Summer Guide, in conjunction with Look Local, is here. This 32-page magazine promotes all things Bronte from patios to the At Home Muskoka chair project. Thanks to the 20+ local advertisers for supporting it. Copies are available at participating advertisers and the BIA office at 2360 Lakeshore Rd West […]

$2,500 Digital Transformation Grant is Back

Digital Main Street’s $2,500 Digital Transformation Grant is back for another round of funding for Bronte businesses after a $10-million investment this week from the Government of Ontario. DMS is focused on assisting brick-and-mortar small businesses adopt digital technologies. This can mean updating your website, hiring someone to create and run a social media strategy, […]

Get to Know C’est La Vie Wellness

Meet Lyne Desforges, co-owner of C’est La Vie Wellness with her two daughters, Danika and Sofie. Lyne specializes in nutrition counselling and Danika specializes in mental health counselling. They made the move to Bronte from Burlington in 2018 shortly after Sofie graduated and joined the business with her expertise in naturopathic medicine. Their three wellness-related […]

Meet Maryam, Owner of Breeze Hair Salon

Meet Maryam Tolou, owner of Breeze Hair Salon. Maryam immigrated to Canada from Iran 28 years ago with her two children. She had been in the beauty industry for 17 years working at various salons in the GTA before making the decision to open her own business in 2013. The Bronte BIA got a chance […]

One-Stop Shop for Body Wellness: Meet Jennifer

Meet Jennifer Lickver, owner of Wellness for the Body. Since opening in 2005, Wellness for the Body has been a go-to clinic for body wellness. The Bronte BIA got a chance to interview Jennifer to hear more about her story and learn more about her business. How did you start Wellness for the Body? Jennifer […]

No Fireworks, Just Chillin’ on Canada Day

For hopefully the last time, there will be no Canada Day celebrations, including fireworks, in Bronte due to COVID gathering restrictions. Families and small groups of up to 25 are invited to enjoy the Bronte Heritage Waterfront Park and the surrounding district on July 1 to picnic, chill out, shop and dine.  Personal fireworks, large […]