Bruce County is rich in cultural heritage resources. Past activities of Indigenous peoples, the Great Lakes maritime history, pioneers, and people who founded our towns, villages and early industry all contribute to our cultural heritage. In preserving these resources, we preserve our identity, support tourism and maintain a strong sense of community. Planning can focus efforts on preservation, creating distance between the resource and new development, managing the resource to either keep its value or grow it.
Good planning decisions now will help us inventory and protect our heritage assets, celebrate achievement and nurture our cultural heritage.
Participate and Learn Anytime! Live Q & A – April 2 & 3 from 5pm to 8pm
With recent events, Bruce County is using an abundance of caution, cancelling AMP/CAP public open houses scheduled for March 26 and 27 in Wiarton, Southampton, and Walkerton.
In lieu of these public events, Bruce County invites residents and stakeholders interested in these projects to participate and learn more about these projects using the tabs below (“Places”, “Ideas”, “Q & A” and “Questionnaire”). Share your thoughts, ideas, and experiences with and about Bruce County’s rich arts, culture, and heritage.
Join us on April 2nd and April 3rd between 5:00 pm and 8:00 pm on our “Q & A” page when we’ll be on-hand conducting a live Q & A, with staff ready to answer your question in real-time. During these events we also encourage participants to visit the “Ideas” page and Cultural Assets map and help us build these important planning tools.
Thank you for your help!