Bruce County highlights cultural resources through new online hub

In Bruce County, culture is important to individuals, to communities, and to the economy, because it creates opportunities for shared experience, enhances quality of life, promotes a sense of vitality, and encourages job creation and innovation across various economic sectors.

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‚ÄúThe unique identity of Bruce County is supported by a rich tapestry of cultural assets and natural resources. Through strategic planning and mutual cooperation, we honour and celebrate the diverse heritage, culture, and artistic expressions that shape the character of local communities and the County as a whole,‚ÄĚ said Bruce County Warden Chris Peabody.

Bruce County’s expanding cultural opportunities and resources can be explored at www.brucecounty.on.ca/culture.

This new online cultural hub connects residents and visitors with:

  • extensive and enriching programming and resources available at Bruce County Public Libraries and the Bruce County Museum & Cultural Centre.
  • local festivals, events, and cultural business supports through Explore the Bruce.

Bruce County’s Cultural Action Plan (CAP) recognizes, incorporates, celebrates, and preserves Bruce County’s rich and diverse cultural heritage. The CAP identifies key opportunities for growth in the arts, culture, and heritage sectors, including building cultural capacities, developing and maintaining cultural assets, enhancing cultural communication, implementing coordinated cultural planning, and fostering engagement with Indigenous communities. Explore Bruce County’s Cultural Action Plan.