Located in the heart of the Ottawa Valley just 1 hour from Ottawa, Calabogie and the Township of Greater Madawaska is the four seasons destination of choice for active people who love the outdoors.
The Carleton Place BIA represents small business in the downtown and we are proud of these businesses that contribute to the local economy, provide employment, create local produce and products, and contribute to local events.
Nestled on the shores of the mighty Ottawa River, the pretty little city of Pembroke was formally established in 1858. Evidence of this rich past can be found in the architecture of the historic homes, stores and churches in the downtown district.
Frontenac, almost 4,000 sq kms from the northern tip to the Islands, is a richly diverse region. This vast landscape offers music, art, fishing, hiking, canoeing, sailing, beaches, snowmobiling, artisan food, festivals, etc. The experiences are endless.
We are an association of business people joined together to promote mutual interests, increase sales and profits, promote a more successful and active business environment, create a more beautiful community and encourage a sense of civic pride.
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Escape the sprawl. Transfer your skills to Hastings County, home to Communities with Opportunities. Immerse yourself in the natural and physical beauty of our landscape complemented by creative and innovative entrepreneurs.
Stirling-Rawdon is a unique destination rich in old time charm! This newly transformed village is characterized by its alluring atmosphere and is located just 20 minutes north of the 401 Belleville, positioned halfway between Toronto and Montreal.
Experience the beauty of Arnprior. Explore our picturesque walking trails and manginifcient rivers. Enjoy your day shopping in our historic downtown, dining, playing at Robert Simpson Park’s beach or splash pad, or take in one of our community events!
Like the river, a strong current of community runs through the town, villages, hamlets and rural areas of the Town of Mississippi Mills. A diverse community of rural and small town interests covering over 500 square kilometres of land within Lanark County
Largest community in the Upper Ottawa Valley; home to Canadian Forces Base Petawawa. Gateway to Algonquin Park; home to Petawawa Terrace Provincial Park, World-class whitewater and an award-winning multi use trail system!
The Town of Renfrew, founded in the early 1800's, is rich in heritage and tradition with a modern approach to business and commercial development. Strategically placed on the TransCanada Highway, Renfrew is the commercial hub of Renfrew County.
Located in the Heart of the Rideau Canal - Ontario's only UNESCO-designated World Heritage Site - Smiths Falls offers a unique mix of natural attractions and leisure activities set against a scenic backdrop of farmland and recreational waterways.
Not only can you witness nature at its finest with abounding lakes or the beautiful Bonnechere River entwined in the woodlands of the Canadian Shield, but you can also explore the mysterious and world famous Bonnechere Caves.
Our scenic municipality lies about half way between Ottawa and North Bay, Ontario along Trans Canada Highway #17. A little over two hours west of Ottawa or 1 hour east of North Bay gets you here. We include the four picturesque hamlets of Deux Rivieres,
At present, logging and tourism are our primary industries. Timber is harvested on private and crown land, and much of it is processed in local mills. Our lakes and forests provide a peaceful retreat for visitors who enjoy swimming and boating, camping,
Laurentian Valley has something for everyone. We have country and urban living, “Big Box” retail, specialty commercial and agri-innovators, as well as, many small lakes and waterways, forests, snow mobile trails and golf courses. We are bounded by the Ott
Minden Hills warmly welcomes you to the gateway of Haliburton County through its website. We are located two and a half hours north east of Toronto and a relaxing scenic drive north of the Region of Durham.
Dedicated to stimulating job creation and economic growth through business and community development. We achieve this by providing business counselling and coach, access to capital through business loans, strategic community planning and development
Whitewater Region, as the name implies, is home to the world's best Whitewater rapids. We will host our 3rd World Kayak Championships in 2015. Our tourist sector is diverse; including cycling, horseback riding, shopping and special events.