Rollin’ Oats has officially opened its doors downtown Trenton after finding success at the Front Street Farmers’ Market. Quinte West resident Katie Pearsall started the bakery in 2020 at the Front Street Farmers’ Market with her now famous fresh fruit crumbles
Owned and operated by longtime Quinte West resident Scott Sexsmith, The GE3K SHACK specializes in Harry Potter and carries many types of fandom including Doctor Who, Game of Thrones, Lord of the Rings, Start Trek and Star Wars.
The Quinte West Chamber of Commerce (QWCC) has received over $90,000 through the Ontario Chamber of Commerce (OCC) to enhance and expand the current Shop Local program to support our local business community.
Cracked Glass Design is owned and operated by Kathy Moores, a longtime resident of Quinte West. Having served 25 years in the Canadian Forces, she retired in Frankford in 2007. A love of glass art developed during her world travels and she pursued learning of stained glass techniques.
Fawn Over Market is the latest addition to the Prince Edward County and Bay of Quinte Culinary scene. A specialty grocer in Carrying Place, Fawn Over Market was founded by Alexandra Feswick, a professional Chef who has been at the helm of notable kitchens and buzzworthy projects in Toronto and Prince Edward County.
Kraft Village is expanding throughout the Bay of Quinte with their second location opening its doors in Trenton. “Consumer demand was the driving factor behind the decision to open a second location in Quinte West,” says owner Eugene Filice. The locally owned family business was first established in 1986 and purchased by Filice in 2013...........
Heroes Landing Banquet Hall and Conference Centre is officially open and ready to host your next event in Trenton. Heroes Landing, formerly the Knight of Columbus, is a family-owned business of life-long Quinte West residents Ralph and Christine Leone......
The pandemic and its effects on Ontario business continue to be felt by many in our community. Future public policy and the next Parliament must focus on developing pragmatic policies that ensure a strong post-pandemic recovery. The priorities of the province’s business community must be front and center during the federal election so we asked the local candidates three business questions.