Connected to What Matters
High-speed connectivity is finding new homes in Bruce County every day. It is a priority for the region and the infrastructure is growing. You have the usual Internet options in most towns and a growing number of specialized competitors. Today it's easy to say remote workers are welcome. Review the list of companies that provide residential or business internet services in Bruce County.
Newcomer Resources and Settlement Support
In many Bruce County communities, help is available for newcomers and their families to adapt to life here. These resources will help you learn about the kinds of supports you can access and get to know all the ways you will be welcomed to the area.
Welcoming Grey Bruce: a not-for-profit committed to making our region an inclusive community.
Newcomers Bruce Grey: Funded by the Ontario Government, a regional capacity project to support social and economic integration of current, as well as anticipated, refugees and vulnerable newcomers in our rural communities.
Immigrating to Ontario: Discover the many pathways to immigrate to Ontario and learn what supports are available to you.
Getting Settled in Ontario: Everything you need to know about moving to and settling in Ontario.
Working in your Profession or Trade: Learn about the services available in Ontario to help you continue working in your profession or trade if you’ve been trained in another country.
United Way Grey Bruce: Support for newcomers.
YMCA of Owen Sound Grey Bruce: Settlement and language services.
Bruce Grey Community Information: Directory of newcomer services.
New Youth: a variety of resources including services, programs and events for young newcomers to Ontario.
Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada: Support for the arrival of immigrants, provides protection to refugees, and offers programming to help newcomers settle in Canada.
Apart from stopping for the odd slow-moving turtle or tractor, 650 kilometers of local highways and all the side streets in between make getting around easy and even enjoyable. Congestion is very rare, commute times are low and shopping is always within minutes. Two wheels, four wheels, and even canoes and kayaks are preferred methods of transport here.
And if you do have to leave town, you're within an easy drive of Ontario's largest cities, the U.S. starting in Sarnia and some of the world's largest economic markets.
The Official Road Map of Ontario