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Make The Community Your Home: Quinte Sport and Social Club

The benefits of playing co-ed adult sports are almost endless! The Quinte Sport & Social Club provides adults with a sense of community, team bonding and the opportunity to maintain a healthy lifestyle — all of which become progressively more challenging as we age. Sports such as court/beach volleyball, softball, flag football, basketball, soccer, floor hockey, dodge ball and many others offer a fun way to get your weekly cardio fix while developing new relationships. If you are new to town ...

20 Reasons To Live In The Bay Of Quinte

The Bay of Quinte Region is Canada’s Best Kept Secret. Stretching along the 401 from Brighton to Napanee, north to Hastings County and south to Prince Edward County, it’s a region of varied geography and cultural traditions, with the shores of the Bay tying everything together. That’s why we’re sharing our top 20 reasons the Bay of Quinte Region is an amazing place to build your life. 1. Who needs the city? Now that High-Speed Internet, the rails, and 401 connect you ...

Bay of Quinte is Quality, Affordable

By Jim Barber For Lesley Smith, as a place to raise a child, build a career and live an enviable, affordable and active lifestyle, there really is no place like home. She and husband Jamie had good jobs and lived in the large, vibrant, culturally rich metropolis of Ottawa and seemed to be living the dream. But it also turned out to the be the expensive, congested, and overly busy city of Ottawa, and once the couple had their ...

Bay of Quinte a Great Market for Renters

  In many parts of Ontario, particularly in the booming sprawl that comprises the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) and it’s contiguous markets in southern Ontario, the opportunity to purchase a home, especially a new home, is becoming more and more difficult for many folks. This means more individuals, couples and families are looking to rent homes – sometimes for extended periods of time. They are choosing to rent either because they can’t now and probably won’t in the foreseeable ...

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 ...

Downtowns are key to helping a community grow and prosper

By Jim Barber – Bay of Quinte Living Council In the not-so distant past, in the days before mass transportation, superhighways, mass-market retailers and the internet, the hub of commercial and social activity of most Ontario villages, towns and cities was its downtown. All manner of goods and services were obtained in downtowns – food, clothing, hardware and other necessities. Most business transactions with banks, or insurance companies or lawyers took place downtown. Downtowns were where folks went for ...

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.

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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.