Plan the Bruce: Heritage

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Identifying and Promoting Our Culture

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.


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In lieu of public events, Bruce County invited residents and stakeholders interested in these projects to participate and learn more about these projects using the tabs below:

  • Places — closed May 31, 2020
  • Q & A and Questionnaires — closed May 15, 2020
  • Quick Poll — closed May 15, 2020
  • Ideas — closed June 12, 2020
  • Forums — closed June 12, 2020


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Identifying and Promoting Our Culture

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.


PROJECT STATUS:

Thank you for participating!

In lieu of public events, Bruce County invited residents and stakeholders interested in these projects to participate and learn more about these projects using the tabs below:

  • Places — closed May 31, 2020
  • Q & A and Questionnaires — closed May 15, 2020
  • Quick Poll — closed May 15, 2020
  • Ideas — closed June 12, 2020
  • Forums — closed June 12, 2020


Stay informed about next steps by clicking the subscribe button.

Thank you for your help!

  • Completed May 15, 2020

    Thank you for your interest in the Bruce County Cultural Action Plan!

    In this survey, we are asking for your feedback and ideas about the Bruce Country Cultural Action Plan (CAP). A CAP is a planning tool used by local government to identify meaningful cultural resources within their boundaries and, in consultation with their constituents, to define a shared vision for the role of culture, heritage, and the arts in land-use planning, urban design, and economic vitality.

    By filling out this survey, you will help Bruce County design an effective CAP that reflects what matters to your community and that matches how it sees the future of culture, heritage, and the arts in the region.

    If you wish to participate in this survey, please answer the questions below. You may choose to answer all or only some of the questions, and the full survey should take about 5-10 minutes to complete.

    This survey can be completed without registering or signing in. Your responses will remain private and anonymous, unless you indicate that you would like your responses to be shared publicly as part of this initiative (i.e. Cultural Action Plan/Archaeological Management Plan. If you are signed in as a registered user when you complete this questionnaire, you will receive an automatic email notification with your responses (intended as a confirmation that our CAP/AMP team has received your responses). At the end of the survey, you will have the option of consenting to your responses being used in reporting and of requesting that they be attributed to you. You may withdraw your consent at any time by contacting mmeade@brucecounty.on.ca.

    The survey closes May 15, 2020.













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