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SERIES: Small Businesses and The Municipality: Piccolina Bar



Welcome to a very special episode of the Cross Border Interviews!


Today marks the beginning of an exciting month-long journey where we delve into the world of small businesses and the vital relationship they share with the municipalities they call home.


As we embark on this adventure, we're setting out to explore the intricate tapestry of Canadian entrepreneurship, shining a spotlight on those brave souls who dare to dream big, the small business owners. Over the next four weeks, every Friday, we'll be sitting down with small business owners from different provinces, including Ontario, Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Nova Scotia, to hear their stories firsthand.


You know, politicians often echo the sentiment that "Small businesses are the backbones of our communities." But, today, we're not just going to listen to rhetoric; we're going to get down to the nitty-gritty and hear directly from those who live and breathe the entrepreneurial spirit.


We're going to find out how they perceive that mantra, whether it resonates with their experiences, and how their relationship with the local municipality impacts their businesses.


And in this inaugural episode of our four-part series, we find ourselves in the picturesque town of Wellington, nestled in the heart of Prince Edward County, Ontario. Here, we have the honor of chatting with a remarkable small business owner, Enid Grace, the owner of Piccolina's.


Piccolina's is not just a local eatery; it's a community hub where delicious cuisine and warm hospitality converge. Enid has been an integral part of Wellington's landscape, contributing not only to the local economy but also to the vibrant spirit that makes this town so unique.


As we sit down with Enid today, we'll uncover the challenges she has faced, the triumphs she has celebrated, and the delicate dance she performs with the municipality to ensure her business thrives.


Enid's story represents countless other small business owners across Canada, and we hope that by sharing her experiences, we can shed light on the profound impact local governments can have on nurturing and supporting entrepreneurship.


So, without further ado, let's dive into this captivating dialogue with Enid Grace, the passionate owner of Piccolina's in Wellington, Ontario. ***************************************************

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