a welcoming supportive community

Grey Bruce Local Immigration Partnership works to fill critical gaps in the local labour force by welcoming newcomers to the region.

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Support community level research and planning
Support Community Level Research and Planning
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Raise awareness of the benefits of immigration
Raise Awareness of the Benefits of Immigration
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Foster welcoming and inclusive communities
Foster welcoming and inclusive communities
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About the Grey Bruce Local Immigration Partnership

Our partnership spans across county lines, and community signs. Our coordination runs along sandy shorelines and flows over rolling fields. It reaches deep into Lake Huron and scales the Niagara Escarpment.

Collectively, we strive to build stronger communities through awareness, outreach, inclusion, and equity to ensure immigrants and newcomers become welcome neighbours throughout Grey and Bruce Counties. The Grey Bruce Local Immigration Partnership works in collaboration with service-based organizations to ensure that new residents thrive and enhance the vibrant, diverse, and colourful landscapes they now call home.

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Embracing Diversity: Celebrating Asian Heritage Month
As of 2021, Bruce County was home to 2,420 residents of Asian heritage, while Grey County had 2,950 individuals of Asian origin, representing 37 Asian countries. The Asian population in both counties experienced significant growth from 2016 to 2021 and is contributing to the region's diversity and inclusion.
Diversity and Belongingness Conference
GBLIP, BWDSB OSPS, SSSC, WCGB and YMCA Owen Sound Grey Bruce Settlement & Language Services are hosting the first regional Diversity and Belongingness Conference at the Harry Lumley Bayshore Community Centre in Owen Sound on Wednesday September 25. Click "Read More" for more details and registration.