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Welcome to BGDISC

The Bruce Grey Data Information Sharing Collaborative (BGDISC) is a collective of not-for-profit, social service, government, health and education organizations that seek to mobilize community decision-makers to share vital local rural data to better inform regional programming, polices, funding and social services to support prosperity, sustainability and the well-being of the community.

Latest Data Stories

Precarious employment is one important variable influencing the extent to which individuals are able to withstand the economic fluctuations caused by COVID-19. The Four County Labour Market Planning Board has been delving deeper into precarious employment with a series of **COVID-19 Impact Surveys **in the Spring and Fall of 2020.

At the best of times, good local population-level data is difficult to find to inform poverty reduction efforts. With the added pressures of COVID-19, it is critical now more than ever to understand the changing face of poverty – who is in need, to what extent, what supports are available, and whether people are able to and accessing those supports.

BGDISC helps gather data from partners for the 2019 Youth Vital Focus report

The Rentsafe project effectively uses video to share qualitative data from the Community Voices/Tenants Advisory Group. Community Voices are people with experience of living with low resources who have graduated from the Bridges out of Poverty – Getting Ahead program.


Summer 2019
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Summer 2018


This is a central dashboard that brings together a variety of demographic, social and health indicator information for the Grey Bruce Region.