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Bronte is a Bicycle Friendly Business Area!

We’re thrilled to announce that Bronte has received its Bicycle Friendly Business Area Certification from Ontario by Bike™! One of sixteen Bicycle Friendly Business Areas in Ontario, Bronte has taken steps to welcome visitors with extra services and amenities who want to explore the district by bike. Cyclists can count on: Ample and secure bike […]

Canada Day 2022: What Businesses Need to Know

Thousands of visitors will be coming to Bronte on July 1 – both to celebrate the holiday during the day and to watch the evening fireworks. This is the only official Canada Day celebration in Oakville. Read the Town of Oakville Canada Day Announcement WHAT’S NEW? WHAT’S THE SAME? NEW Evening Event Only Since 2019, […]

Bronte Remembers Daniel Chariandy

Daniel Chariandy, accomplished owner of Diamondcraft Custom Jewellery Boutique on Bronte Road, passed away on May 11, 2022. Daniel moved from Trinidad in the mid 1970s and worked as a jeweller in Toronto before taking over Diamondcraft in 1999. Known as an artist who was able to repair or alter every type of jewellery, he […]

Celebrate Father’s Day in Bronte

Father’s Day (June 19) is just around the corner and Bronte has everything you need to show the dads in your life that you love them. Here’s a list of our favourite ideas to give your celebrations that unmistakable Bronte vibe. We’ve got patios galore! Book a reservation at one of our exceptional restaurants and […]

Marine Drive Closed at Bronte Road

Marine Drive will be closed between Bronte Road and Jones Street from Friday, June 3, 2022 to Wednesday, September 15, 2022 so that a small (20-metre) portion can be used for expanded patio space. A lane on the south side of the road will remain accessible for bikes. It’s part of the Town of Oakville’s […]

Commercial Parking in Bronte: Your Input is Needed

The Town of Oakville is conducting a parking study to determine current and future needs of parking within Bronte. The study will help develop a strategy that will meet parking demands, foster good urban design, support economic development and promote/accommodate cycling, walking and transit. Following an online survey that was conducted this winter, the town […]