Town of Mono

lower-falls-monoNiagara Escarpment dissects the town and gives residents and visitors alike breathtaking views, kilometres of trails to invigorate the heart and soul and lots of opportunity for  tourism related businesses. Mono is the source of three rivers; the Humber and Credit that flow to Lake Ontario and the Nottawasaga that bends north to Georgian Bay. Its natural beauty makes Mono an attractive place for weekend escape from the city, but there are lots of business opportunities here as well.

 

island-lake-living-monoHighway 9 bounds Mono to the south and Highway 10 runs through the town providing plenty of space for light industrial and commercial development. These highways not only make for prime development, but are also the paths leading back to the city so products and services from Mono can make their way to market in the Greater Toronto Area or to Pearson Airport an hour’s drive away.

The town of Mono council is committed to economic growth that meets the  needs of Mono  Residents while maintaining the exceptional quality of life in the region. The Town actively supports community events in their many parks and community centres.

 

The Town of Mono is home to many successful businesses including:

 

duffbiz-100-acre-bakery-ceo-25100 Acre Bakery

The Toronto business was established and thriving with a comfortable income… what would inspire a couple of high-energy entrepreneurs to sell everything and begin again in Dufferin County?  More–>

 

 

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Hayes Co

Hayes Co is a family-run equestrian operation, on approximately 48 acres in Mono. More–> 

 

 

hockley-valley-resortHockley Valley Resort

In the twenty-eight years since Hockley Valley Resort was established it has amassed a wealth of amenities including luxury rooms and suites, meeting rooms, salt water pools, a full-service spa, an 18-hole championship golf course and downhill ski runs. More–>

 

rosemontLittle Creek Ranch

Five minutes out of Rosemont sits a property that captures the modesty and magic of Headwaters. Here camp participants can learn skills such as horsemanship or take part in arts and nature or musical programs. More–>

 

 

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Mono Centre Salvage and Wood Co.

Wood Salvage meets high design. Mono Centre Salvage and Wood Co. makes products like bar stools of steel and old hemlock, crates, tables with iron legs, and a “Rad Block” which is a block of reclaimed wood, hollowed out to make a sound box for iPhones. More–>

 

 

ross-millarRoss Millar Group

Ross Millar moved away from rodeo’s home in Calgary before throwing himself into the competition—and in his first year nabbed himself the Ontario Roping Championship. Since then Millar’s involved himself in Ontario’s rodeo scene in a big way. More–>

 

globe-logo_l3The Globe

here’s a sense of coming home at the Globe Restaurant; first built in the mid-1800s, the Rosemont building was once a stage coach stop and boarding house for the men laying down highway 89.  More–>

 

 

monoVisit the Town of Mono’s new website for information on all town services.

A snapshot of data for Mono:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2011 Census Profile – Statistics Canada
Population 7,546
Median age of population 45.9 years
% of population ages 15 and over 84.0%
Total private dwellings 2,832
Population density per square kilometre 27.2
Land area 277.78 km2
Educational Attainment (from 2011 National Household Survey)
Total population 15 years and over 6,338
No certificate, diploma or degree 1,045
High school certificate or equivalent 1,815
Apprenticeship or trades certificate or diploma 570
College, CEGEP or other non-university certificate or diploma 1,370
University certificate or diploma or degree 1,480
Labour Force Activity (National Household Survey and Analyst Data)
Employed 3,910
Unemployed 280
Not in work force 2,090
Average Earnings $41,613
Primary Occupations (2011 National Household Survey)
Sales and service occupations 875
Management occupations 805
Trades, transport and equipment operators and related occupations 655
Business, finance and administration occupations 545
Occupations in education, law and social, community and government services 350
Natural and applied sciences and related occupations 255
Health occupations 200
Occupations in manufacturing and utilities 190
Occupations in art, culture, recreation and sport 130
Natural resources, agriculture and related production 90
Top Employment Industries (by NAICS) (2011 National Household Survey )
31-33 Manufacturing 570
44-45 Retail trade 455
41 Wholesale trade 335
23 Construction 305
62 Health care and social assistance 290
54 Professional, scientific and technical services 275
61 Educational services 250
72 Accommodation and food services 245
48-49 Transportation and warehousing 210
52 Finance and insurance 190
56 Administrative and support, waste management and remediation services 175
81 Other services (except public administration) 165
91 Public administration 140
71 Arts, entertainment and recreation 125

Link to Stats Canada Mono Data

Link to National Household Survey Mono Data