Masks Now Mandatory

No member of the public may enter or stay in/on a business unless they’re wearing a mask or face covering as a result of Halton Region passing By-law 47-20. There are exceptions.     WHAT YOU NEED TO DO All owners/operators of businesses

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Bronte Opens for Stage 3

As of July 24, businesses in Bronte can move to Stage 3 re-opening but only if they feel ready and comfortable. What it means:  Indoor gathering limits will increase to a maximum of 50 people; Outdoor gathering limits will increase

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Minister Anand Visits Bronte

The Honorable Anita Anand, Federal Minister of Public Services and Procurement, visited her home riding of Oakville with a tour of Bronte. She met with business owners from Lakeside Livin’, La Parisienne Creperie, Goldwyn & Sons and Plank to hear about their

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Curb Your Enthusiasm for Curbside Parking

Don’t park in curbside parking spots in front of newly re-opened streetfront businesses. They’re offering curbside pick-up service and need access to a curb near their business, in particular, on Bronte Road south of Lakeshore and Marine Drive. Curbside service

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Hope – and Flowers – Bloom in Bronte

In a nod to normalcy, watch for planter boxes and hanging flower baskets installed in Bronte in the coming days. BIA members fund the beautification efforts, that also include banners, Canada flags and anchors, through their levy contributions. New garbage

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Phase One Recovery for Ontario Began May 19

The Province of Ontario announced Phase 1 of recovery begins Tuesday, May 19 for retailers, seasonal businesses and health and community service providers with outside entrances – only if businesses are ready and able to follow detailed health & safety guidelines. See the newly

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Distantly.ca Donation App Launches in Oakville April 27 – Registered?

Distantly.ca, an online donation platform for small business, is being launched on Monday, April 27 by the Town of Oakville’s Economic Task Force. You want to register your business before the launch date to make sure you’re set up and

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Curbside Care of Furry Friends an Essential Service

Urgent veterinary services are an essential service during COVID-19 business closures. Dr. Tina McGrath, owner and veterinarian at the Bronte Village Animal Hospital, and her staff of five are still providing full-time care. “It’s important for owners to know there is veterinary care if

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Town Announces New Pilot Commercial Parking Program coming to Bronte Village in June

This June, the Town of Oakville will launch a two-year pilot commercial parking program in Bronte Village to address business and community concerns about the availability of parking in the area.   During the pilot program, paid parking will be

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