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Welcome to Bruce County


Welcome to Bruce County; one of the most spectacular 4 Season Destinations. Just Awesome part of Ontario for the outdoor person. Located only two and a half hours northwest of Toronto, the Bruce Peninsula offers Lake Huron on the west side and Georgian Bay to the east with numerous inland lakes throughout and also offers over 850 kilometres(531 miles) of beach and hikable coastline to explore. Explore the world famous Bruce Trail along the Bruce Peninsula which is an adventure to hike year round. With a Lake Huron on the west and Georgian Bay on the east, Bruce County is endowed with lots of beaches! However, it’s not the quantity of beaches that’s intriguing as it is the fantastical diversity. On the Lake Huron side, where the water is warm and the shore is sandy, there are gorgeous, long strands, action-packed hangouts, and quiet, shallow coves. On the rocky Georgian Bay side, where the water is cold and emerald in colour with long flat ledges, sea caves and pockets of big boulders.

If there's snowmobiling in the forecast, the Bruce is where it is happening.  The "lake effect", snowfall is always generous generally arriving early in the season and staying late.  As part of the Ontario Federation of Snowmobile Clubs, District 9 has 2400 km of groomed trails and an abundance of sled-friendly communities consider a long distance looped excursion. 

Our District 9 also includes Grey County right next door which we have teamed up with and created a dedicated
District 9 snowmobile website with trails guides, conditions, accommodations, places to eat, shop and even links to trail permit purchasing.  

For more info just checkout the  
District 9 2012 Map  here you may go over all the routes to choose from, you may also find detailed google map of club houses across Grey and Bruce Counties below.

With a Lake Huron on the west and Georgian Bay on the east, Bruce County is endowed with lots of beaches! However, it’s not the quantity of beaches that’s intriguing as it is the fantastical diversity. On the Lake Huron side, where the water is warm and the shore is sandy, there are gorgeous, long strands, action-packed hangouts, and quiet, shallow coves. On the rocky Georgian Bay side, where the water is cold and emerald in colour with long flat ledges, sea caves and pockets of big boulders.


Welcome to Ontario


 

Capital: Toronto

Motto: Ut Inceptit Fedelis Sic Permanet (Loyal it began, loyal it remains)

Flower: White Trillium

Population, 1998: 11,404,750

 

 

The Land

 

The name "Ontario" comes from the Iroquois word "Kanadario" meaning "sparkling water." The name is fitting: not only is Ontario bordered on the south by the Great Lakes and on the north by Hudson Bay, but 177 390 km2, or one sixth of its terrain, is covered by rivers and lakes. Ontario is larger than Spain and France combined. The province has a landmass of 1,068,580 sq km and is the 2nd largest province in Canada. At its greatest extremity Ontario is 690 km in width. the longest distance north/south is 1,730 km. The highest point, at 693 m above sea level, is in the District of Timiskaming, near Lady Evelyn Smoothwater Provincial Park.

 

The People

 

With over 11 million people, Ontario is the country's most heavily populated province. While English is the official language, Ontario's Francophones play an essential part in the province's cultural life. The provincial government provides services in French in those regions where the Francophone population is sufficiently high.

 

Economy

 

Ontario is Canada's most productive province, generating some 40 percent of the country's gross domestic product (GDP). Its manufacturing industries lead the way. Ontario's competitive advantages include its natural resources, modern transportation system, large, well-educated labour force, reliable and relatively inexpensive electrical power, and proximity to key U.S. markets: less than a day's drive puts Ontario's products within reach of 120 million American consumers. Automobiles are Ontario's major manufacturing industry and most important export, employing more than 140 000 people. Motor vehicles, parts and accessories accounted for 37% of Canada's total exports in 1998.

 

*Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition, Copyright (c) 2003.