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The City of Quinte West is situated on the shores of the beautiful Bay of Quinte serving as the gateway to the world famous Trent Severn Waterway. Quinte West, formed through the amalgamation of the former municipalities of Trenton, Sidney, Murray and Frankford, offers its residents and visitors a unique and dynamic mix of rural and urban lifestyles.
The Quinte West Chamber of Commerce has been and continues to be instrumental in maintaining and improving our economic community.
The MPT Calculator is the City’s innovative online interactive property tax calculator developed by City staff for use by the residents of the City of Quinte West, potential new residents and developers.
The Quinte West Public Library is dedicated to enriching society and inspiring the human spirit through exploration of knowledge.
Quinte Health Care is an organization consisting of four hospital sites, located in Hastings and Prince Edward Counties in Southeastern Ontario, Canada.New to the Area? Need a Doctor? Register by calling 1-800-445-1822 or visit Health Care Connect for more information.
The Trentonian was founded in 1956 and is the newspaper of record in Trenton.
Contact Sharon Kirby 613.475.5994 … serving Quinte West, Brighton, Prince Edward County.
Strategically located on the Highway 401 corridor between Toronto, Montreal and Ottawa, Belleville allows you to service three of the largest Canadian Cities from one central location. The city of Belleville is a short distance from a commercial border crossing which allows service to all of North America in an efficient and affordable manner.
Belleville, Quinte West, CFB Trenton, and Prince Edward County anchor the Quinte region, embraced by charming communities, waterways, and countryside.
The Waterfront Trail has been an instrumental part of Lake Ontario’s regeneration. Along it you will find a 740 km celebration of nature and culture – where peaceful countryside, small towns and big cities are linked in bringing Lake Ontario to this province’s residents and visitors, alike.
Trenton, Ontario local weather.
Offering a variety of programs designed to celebrate and enhance your lifestyle.
A beautiful island adventure, the County is a mecca for artists, nature lovers and anyone looking for a beautiful island adventure … for a weekend break or for life. Renowned for its sailing, fishing and giant sand dunes, The County also offers live theatre, artists studios and galleries, unique regional cuisine and a growing wine industry.
* Based on gross closed and collected commissions from 16 November - 15 November
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