Business View Civil & Municipal | Volume 2, Issue 8

148 CIVIL AND MUNICIPAL VOLUME 2, ISSUE 8 probably top of the list in Bruce County – people drive from different areas to visit and shop. The Saugeen and Teeswater rivers are a prominent feature of our landscape. And fishing, paddling, and tubing are some of our real highlights.” Brockton’s heritage dates back more than 150 years. The municipality is made up of the townships of Brant and Greenock, which were incorporated in 1956, and the town of Walkerton, dating back to 1871. The trio amalgamated in 1999 to create the C ome home to community. That’s Municipality of Brockton’s slogan, and it’s one that’s demonstrated in every facet of life in this Ontario community through its rich and bustling business and recreational opportunities. “Brockton is a very safe and welcoming community,” says Sonya Watson, the municipality’s Chief Administrative Officer. “It’s got that friendly small town feel. We have century old farms and long-standing businesses. Our unique downtown is ton, Ontario “We’re open for business”