Grey Bruce Community Description

About Grey County and Bruce County

Grey and Bruce Counties are rich in history and heritage. The Bruce Peninsula and is the traditional territory of the Saugeen Ojibway Nation, who have lived in and stewarded the land for hundreds of years. In the mid-19th century, European settlers came to the Bruce Peninsula. The rich heritage and tradition of the Grey and Bruce Counties remain important today, and are preserved by museums, historical societies, oral traditions, and archives.

(Grey Bruce Health Unit (2014). Grey Bruce Healthy Community Picture—2014 Supplement. Grey Bruce Health Unit: Owen Sound, Ontario.)

Today, these Counties are home to over 160,000 people. This page is a quick overview of some of the demography products available that describe the people of Bruce County and Grey County.


Population and dwelling counts, area, and population density for Grey Bruce municipalities and Indian reserves.

The report was produced by Grey Bruce Health Unit.

Canadian Community Health Survey Reports

Grey Bruce Community Picture 2014

This report was designed as a supplement to the 2011 Grey Bruce Community Picture, which was created to help us communicate effectively and consistently with respect to the health and well-being of

Bruce Grey Municipal Profiles