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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Bronte Village – Wedding Information

BEAUTIFUL BRONTE……Simply spectacular for your special day! A Wedding can be one of the most memorable and cherished milestones in your life. There is simply so much excitement and joy that is shared between you and your partner on this

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Annual General Meeting (AGM) Bronte Village

Thank you! The Bronte BIA would like to extend a huge thank you to Amica at Oakville who was our gracious host for our Annual General Meeting (AGM) that was held on Tuesday, March 22. We were greeted by friendly,

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Bronte Horticultural Society 90th Anniversary Plaque Unveiled at Sovereign House

Local community leaders, residents and members of the Bronte Horticultural Society (est. 1925) gathered on the lush lawns of Sovereign House Museum July 8 to unveil a bronze plaque, sponsored by the Bronte BIA to commemorate the 20th year anniversary of the Bronte

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The Agenda with Steve Paikin talks about BIAs

Small Business-Big Impact

April 14th 2015 TVO’s The Agenda with Steve Paikin spoke about the incredible impact that Business Improvement Areas (BIAs) have on their communities in a recent episode of the program. Click here to watch the episode – Small Business, Big

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Bronte Village BIA Wins Award

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March 3rd, 2015 For the second year in a row, the Bronte Village BIA has won a beautification prize as a participant in Shop The Neighbourhood TM, a program dedicated to creating thriving neighborhoods through support for Canada’s small businesses.

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Bronte Then and Now

Bronte Then and Now

Founded in 1834, Bronte Village was established as a small fishing village where the Twelve Mile Creek met the vast waters of Lake Ontario… Many of Bronte’s earliest settlers were United Empire Loyalists, and you can see the mark they

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