City of Brockville
Contact the City of Brockville for assistance from the Economic Development or Planning Departments depending on your needs. The Economic Development office can help you with your relocation efforts. The Planning Department can help you take advantage of the Community Improvement Incentive Plan, Signage and Occupation Permits, Building Permit and Development Charge waivers.
Leeds and Grenville Small Business Enterprise Centre
The Leeds and Grenville Small Business Enterprise Centre offers information and advice to anyone starting or managing a business. The Small Business Enterprise Centre is a one-stop source of information, with access to the Internet and resource materials. You will also get personal advice on preparing a business plan, financing and managing your business.
Working in partnership with the local Community Futures Development Corporations which provides expertise and start-up capital.
1000 Islands Community Development Corporation
The 1000 Islands Community Development Corporation helps delivery programming in the areas of Business Financing, Business Consulting and the Self Employment Benefit Program.
The 1000 Islands Community Development Corporation is also responsible for delivering the Eastern Ontario Development Program (EODP). The fund will support business development, skills development, retention and attraction of youth, and access to capital.
Service Ontario Government Information Centre
Contact the Service Ontario Government Information Centre for: Vendor Permits * Business Registration * Retail Sales Tax Permits * Business Name Search
Brockville and District Chamber of Commerce
The Chamber of Commerce serves small businesses, tourism oriented businesses, industry and institutions through the following core functions. Advocacy on behalf of businesses to ensure a competitive business environment. Provide networking and recognition events. Distributing information pertinent to the operation of business and the business community in general. Delivering value added services including discounts, referrals and marketing opportunities. Promoting initiatives that support the economic development of the region.
Provides information on local accommodations, shopping, dining and events.
Brockville Arts Centre
Built in 1858, the Brockville Arts Centre remains one of the most unique and historic performing arts centre's in Canada. Each year the theatre greets thousands of guests to an experience that makes you feel up close and connected with each performer.
Brockville Farmers Market
The Brockville Farmers' Market hosts an amazing collection of knowledgeable farmers and vendors who offer traditional and organic produce, conventional fruits, jams, jellies, relishes, vegetables, herbs, cut flowers, crafted products, meats, home made furniture, hand crafted jewelry, area photographs, cards, honey, maple syrup, bedding plants, apple products, baked goods & bread, and much much more.
Situated in Brockville's historic downtown core, the Brockville museum features exhibits and artifacts related to the community's rich history, including an 1890's St. Lawrence Skiff manufactured by the Sauve Boat Works and vehicles, such as the Brockville Atlas, produced by the Canada Carriage Company. Changing thematic displays and special events compliment the permanent exhibits.
Brockville Public Library
Brockville Public Library helps the people of Brockville and area pursue their goals and enrich the quality of their lives by providing readily accessible information and library services.
United Way of Leeds and Grenville
Their mission is to improve lives and build community by engaging individuals and mobilizing collective action. The United Way is dedicated to bringing people together to build vibrant, caring communities.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Leeds and Grenville
Big Brothers and Big Sisters programs have made a difference in the lives of young people by providing a friend where one is needed. Big Brothers Big Sisters of Leeds and Grenville offers a variety of programs to suit the needs of both the children being served and the volunteer.
Frontenac Arch Biosphere
The Frontenac Arch Biosphere Reserve was designated by UNESCO in November 2002. It is one of over 500 Biosphere Reserves throughout the world. The Frontenac Arch region is situated in the south eastern portion of the Canadian Province of Ontario. We accomplish our work by networking natural and historic conservation organisations, economic and social development groups, as well as the educational and scientific communities located within the Frontenac Arch region. Locally, we are known as the Biosphere Network. Collectively, the Biosphere Network helps guide the community towards a more integrated and effective approach to living on earth.
Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food & Rural Affairs www.omafra.gov.on.ca/english/rural/index.html
The Rural Community Development Branch leads the Economic Development Division's effort to support rural Ontario in building strong, vital communities with diversified economies and healthy social and environmental climates. The branch works collaboratively with rural communities, municipalities, businesses and organizations to undertake economic development initiatives by providing programs, funding and extension.
Gord Brown M.P
The office of your Member of Parliament can provides many different federal government services. Please feel free to contact their office at (613) 498-3096 if you have any questions about these services, or would like their help on any other issue.
Steve Clark M.P.P
The office of your Member of Provincial Parliament can provides many different provincial government services. Please feel free to contact their office at (613) 342-9522 if you have any questions about these services, or would like their help on any other issue.