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Shop Spotlight: Gourmet Diem

Jesse deWal constructs a deli sandwich at his shop, Gourmet Diem in Belleville, Ontario.

Jesse worked in the culinary industry for five years before deciding to branch out on his own, opening up Belleville’s newest hot spot, Gourmet Diem. Hailed as a foodie’s haven, this downtown gem is pulling triple duty as a full-service café, deli, and retail shop. Lunch is made fresh and the coffee is fair trade, plus the shelves are filled with local and imported food products and cookware that you won’t be able to find at the grocery store. ...

BOQ Living’s interview with new Belleville Mayor Taso Christopher

New Belleville Mayor Taso Christopher talked about the City’s community and economic development plans for the next four-year term of council in his chat with BOQ Living. – Photo courtesy City of Belleville By Jim Barber BOQ Living: I know it’s still early days, but has the full gravity and reality of your election victory hit you yet? TC: Well it is certainly an exciting time for me personally, for the City and for the region. The election process ...

New Loyalist Program Creates Tomorrow’s Entrepreneurs Today

New Loyalist program to help create tomorrow’s entrepreneurs today By Jim Barber It’s no secret that small and medium-sized businesses – the ones starting out as ideas in the fertile minds of hard-working, creative entrepreneurs, are the backbone of the Canadian economy and the primary source of job growth and economic resilience in the 21st century. With that in mind, and understand that the waters of entrepreneurship can be choppy at the best of times, Loyalist College recently announced ...

Jobs Available in Bay of Quinte

November 11, 2014: There are over 218 jobs available in the Bay of Quinte Region, including Belleville, Quinte West, Brighton, Prince Edward County, south Hastings County, Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory, and Napanee.  Here are the links to find jobs right now: Canada Job Bank:  http://bit.ly/QUINTEJOBS INDEED Job Service: http://ca.indeed.com/jobs-in-Bay-of-Quinte,-ON CAREER EDGE Quinte: http://careeredge.on.ca/jobs/    

Homegrown Solar Jobs

By Jim Barber The creation of a new Napanee-based holding company is going to have significant repercussions within the broader Bay of Quinte job market, with at least 180 well-paying high-tech jobs being created, and the promise of more jobs and increased economic activity to come. At a special press conference held on Friday, Oct. 10, Karl Hollett of Napanee’s Strathcona Solar Initiatives announced the creation of a new multi-national holding company called Strathcona Energy Group. It includes a ...

CFB Trenton a Staple to Quinte

By Jim Barber CFB Trenton continues to be key to Bay of Quinte’s overall growth and prosperity Already the single most important economic driver in the Bay of Quinte region, the current expansion plans at Canadian Forces Base in Trenton will mean even more community development activity. The $1 billion worth of work that has been ongoing at the base has obviously created significant activity in all facets of the local economy – local contractors, workers, suppliers, businesses and ...

Agribusiness Sector Grows in Bay of Quinte

By Jim Barber – Bay of Quinte Living All you have to do is take any of the scenic roads through the Bay of Quinte Region to see with your own eyes the significance of agriculture in the area. Rolling hills filled with fields of cash crops, grains, and vegetables; pastures dotted with livestock of many kinds, farmers selling their wares and markets or at their gate, as well as the various local products created from locally-sourced resources. All ...

Challenging conditions add character to County wines

As the harsh winter winds cast their frigid cloaks over Prince Edward County, last year’s canes stand sentinel in vineyards. When seasoned viticulturists determine the time is right, they will awaken the vines, the frozen soil will warm, and luscious grapes will replace brown vines.

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Bay of Quinte Region is an alliance of interdependent communities, bound together by a common history, shared economy, and the water that surrounds and defines us. We hope to welcome you soon.