COVID-19 Pandemic: Getting Through This Together

As we shift our lives to get through the pandemic, our businesses on Roncesvalles are doing their best to serve us, while following public health directives. Whether their doors are open for purchasing essentials, or they are now operating exclusively online or by phone, they are here for us! 

Thank you for your continued support of our businesses. This is essential to the survival of our main street, during the pandemic, and after.

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Upcoming Events

See what’s coming up in the Village. There’s something to do and experience for everyone!

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Exploring Roncesvalles

Explore our businesses virtually and discover all that they have to offer, while you stay at home.

Visiting Us

See HOW TO GET HERE by transit, by bike, by car or on foot.

About Roncesvalles

Roncesvalles Village is an urban community with a unique village vibe that manifests most delightfully along its main street, unexpectedly named after a battle site in Spain. What’s most remarkable is the wide array of well-tended shops and gardens along its 1.8 km stretch; the many marvelous places to meet and eat, and the goodwill among neighbours and shopkeepers that makes awesome things happen here.

At the northern gate of the village lies the Dundas Roncesvalles Peace Garden. The street appears to end where King and Queen Street West meet the Queensway, but the Roncesvalles pedestrian bridge at its foot connects the village to Lake Ontario’s waterfront. 

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