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Constant change is a roller coaster of activity that impacts our lives here in Bruce County. And because we live in a time of constant change, your county government is doing what it can to manage change, stay ahead of the curves, focus on positive ideas and communicate with tax payers. This part of our web site is where we keep you up to date...

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Because we live in a time of constant change, your county government is doing what it can to manage change, stay ahead of the curves, focus on positive ideas and communicate with tax payers.

Mon, Apr, 6, 2020

Waste Management Services

Fri, Apr, 3, 2020

Bruce County Committee Electronic Meetings will take place on Thursday, April 9th, 2020 beginning at 9:30 a.m.

Fri, Apr, 3, 2020

Grey and Bruce Counties, the Grey Bruce Health Unit, and Bruce Power are working to create community recovery centres to lessen the burden from the COVID-19 outbreak.

Thu, Apr, 2, 2020

All community engagement sessions related to the Community Safety and Well-Being Planning (CSWBP) for the Municipalities of Bruce and Grey have been cancelled.

Mon, Mar, 30, 2020

On March 16, Bruce County announced that all County buildings would be closed to the public until April 5. These closures are now being extended.

Fri, Mar, 27, 2020

The Bruce County Transportation and Environmental Services Department has made the difficult decision to postpone the Adopt A Highway clean up for Spring 2020.

Fri, Mar, 27, 2020

To support economic stabilization, recovery, and eventual growth in the wake of COVID-19, Bruce County launched an Economic Task Force on March 27.

Thu, Mar, 26, 2020

Grey Bruce Medical Officer of Health orders international travelers to self-isolate, and strongly recommends against non-essential travel to and from Grey and Bruce Counties.

Wed, Mar, 25, 2020

Bruce County has made the difficult decision to close all Bruce County owned trail systems, effective March 25.

Mon, Mar, 23, 2020

Bruce County Warden Mitch Twolan has officially declared a state of emergency in response to COVID-19.