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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Welcome Back, Oakville Campaign Invites Local Shoppers

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‘Welcome Back, Oakville’ is the theme of the new marketing campaign encouraging local residents to shop again – safely – in their neighbourhood commercial districts. It will include social media, print, bus shelter, radio and TV advertising as well as store

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Halton Not Part of Phase 2 Re-opening

The Province of Ontario has announced Phase 2 re-openings for certain regions, but not Halton at this time. Read more.

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Ontario to Halt Business Evictions

The Government of Ontario plans to table legislation to temporarily halt evictions of businesses that are eligible for the federal/provincial rent assistance. If passed, the legislation would reverse evictions that occurred on or after June 3, 2020. Read more.

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2020 Expanded Patio Applications Now Open

Applications are now being accepted for expanded patios for 2020 as part of the Town of Oakville’s new Commercial Recovery Initiative. This program supports the town-wide reopening of commercial businesses in a practical and safe manner. Read More

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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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NEW: Expanded Patios Part of Bronte Re-opening

Restaurants and cafes in Bronte will be able to expand their patios onto Town lands – parking spaces, sidewalks, boulevards or alleys – or into private spaces like parking lots – or both – as a result of a motion

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