WELCOME TO BRONTE & WARD 1
"From its early beginnings as a shipping depot for wheat and lumber, to its importance as a fishing village and present role as a regional recreational marina, Bronte is a community defined by its strong ties to the Lake Ontario waterfront."
Bronte Historical Society
Burloak Separation Project - Public Engagement
Metrolinx has a video presentation at the Metrolinx site:
This is regarding the Burloak Road Separation Project. You can submit questions to the Metrolinx team who will respond to your questions. The Q&A period will close at 5 p.m. on Friday, September 29, 2023. Metrolinx will host an in-person public Open House Thursday, September 21st from 5-8pm.
Burlington Public Library - Central Branch 2331 New Street, Burlington.
Special Planning and Development Council Meeting
Amica Application - June 12, 2023
Bronte Village Residents Association
P.O. Box 60057
Hopedale Mall Post Office
Oakville, ON L6L 6R4