Bruce County’s Planning and Development Committee adopted the “Find Yourself in Bruce County” Economic Development Strategic Plan in 2016. Kelley Coulter, CAO of Bruce County says, “[the strategy] builds on our strengths and provides a realistic pathway for sustainable economic growth.”
Bruce County Warden Mitch Twolan notes that, “a tremendous amount of time and thought went into the development of the five year strategy to ignite the local economy and create a positive impact on future years. We look forward to the opportunities that will stem from the collaboration with our local municipalities, leaders and stakeholders.”
A plan without a tool for measurement, is just a plan. The Bruce County Economic Development Annual Report measures the performance of programs, the value they have on our communities and their influence towards business growth.
In 2018, the Economic Development team worked on conducting over 500 surveys of our visitors, as well as 170 local tourism related businesses to develop the Economic Impact of Tourism Report.
In 2018, Bruce County joined Grey and Simcoe Counties in a Business Retention & Expansion study within the Food and Agriculture industry.
How Bruce County Economic Development working for you: current and future residents, business owners, and entrepreneurs!