Voices of Grey Video Archive

Voices of Grey, created in partnership with Rogers TV, captures the unique spirit of Grey County's people in a 3 season video series.

From the deep history of local agriculture, to the first ever Pride Parade in Grey County, topics are engaging and relevant. Each 30 minute episode captures what it means to be a resident of Grey County, from the past or present.

Browse the archive, and view full episodes below.

Episode 14 - Grey Bruce Midwives - Dec. 14, 2020

Linnea Camp of Grey Bruce Midwives joins Stephanie McMullen.

Episode 13 - Lumber History - Dec. 10, 2020

Sim Salata takes a look at the history of lumber/furniture in Grey County and Stephanie McMullen talks to Grant Nicholson of Upper Canada

Episode 12 - Aviation History - Dec. 02, 2020

A look at aviation history in Grey as Stephanie McMullen talks to Dave Kalistchuk of Owen Sound Flight Services.

Episode 11 - Wool Production in Grey County - Nov. 23, 2020

Philly Markowitz is joined by Doug and Carolyn Lilleyman of Kickin' Back Alpaca Ranch as the history of wool production is highlighted.

Episode 10 - Agriculture in Grey - Nov. 16, 2020

History of Agriculture is discussed as Philly Markowitz talks to Amy Kitchen and Jeannine Kralt of Eat Local Grey Bruce.

Episode 9 - Pandemics in Grey County - Nov. 9, 2020

Pandemics such as the Spanish Flu and COVID-19 from Grey Roots with Medical Officer of Health Dr. Ian Arra.

Episode 8 - Military History in Grey - Nov. 2, 2020

Military History in Grey and how students can get involved as Dave Alexander and Ryan McManaman join Stephanie McMullen.

Episode 7 - Honey Making - Oct. 26, 2020

Sim Salata shows honey making artefacts and Stephane McMullen is joined by Gabriel and Dayna Donald of Donald's Honey.

Episode 6 - History of Music in Grey - Oct. 21, 2020

The History of Music in Grey is featured this week with local musicians Rob Elder and Kim Trombley.

Episode 5 - Apple Growing in Grey - Oct. 12, 2020

Stephanie McMullen talks to Karen Ferri of T&K Ferri Orchards about apple growing in Grey County.

Episode 4 - Agriculture - Oct. 5, 2020

Philly Markowitz talks to dairy farmer Courtney Denard and fish farmer Arlen Taylor about agriculture in Grey.

Episode 3 - 19th & 20th Century Schools - Sep. 28, 2020

Retired School Administrator Don Sankey discusses the history of school in Grey, from one room schools to the present.

Episode 2 - Cider Making in Grey County - Sep 21, 2020

A look at the history of cider making in Grey County as Stephanie McMullen talks to James McIntosh of Duxbury Cider Company.

Episode 1 - Long Term Care - Sep. 14, 2020

Learn about the history of Long Term Care in the area with hosts Sim Salata and Stephanie McMullen along with Grey County Director of Long Term Care Jennifer Cornell.

Episode 12 - Dr. Gord Edwards - Nov. 25, 2019

Dr. Gord Edwards joins Petal Furness to talk about growing up as a military child so living all around the world and ending up in Owen Sound.

Episode 11 - Brian Milne - Nov. 18, 2019

Petal Furness talks to Brian Milne, 5th Generation Farmer in Grey County and a local politician.

Episode 10 - Grey Warden Selwyn Hicks - Nov. 12, 2019

County of Grey Warden Selwyn Hicks talks about coming to Canada from Guyana and ending up in Grey County.

Episode 9 - Radio Broadcaster Ross Kentner - Nov. 4, 2019

Petal Furness is joined by Retired Radio Broadcaster Ross Kentner.

Episode 8 - Museum Curator Robert Iantorno - Oct. 28, 2019

South Grey Museum Curator Robert Iantorno talks about coming to Grey County from the big city and becoming curator.

Episode 7 - Manager of Economic Development Savanna Myers - Oct. 22, 2019

Petal Furness talks to Savanna Myers, Economic Development Manager for the County of Grey.

Episode 6 - Olympian Larissa Yurkiw - Oct. 14, 2019

Athlete/Skier Larisa Yurkiw talks about her ski career and the challenges she faced.

Episode 5 - Trish Meekins - Oct. 7, 2019

Petal Furness talks to Trish Meekins about growing up as an Indigenous Person and starting her own business.

Episode 4 - Author Richard Thomas - Sep. 30, 2019

Author/Owen Sound Councillor Richard Thomas talks about moving to Owen Sound in 1983 and being a broadcaster, literary advocate and more.

Episode 3 - Mary Ann Thomas - Sep. 23, 2019

Mary Ann Thomas, owner of The Ginger Press, talks about her move to Grey County and starting up The Ginger Press.

Episode 2 - Tom Thomson Curator David Huff - Sep. 16, 2019

Petal Furness is joined by David Huff, Curator of the Tom Thomson Art Gallery.

Episode 1 - Curator Wendy Tomlinson - Sep. 9, 2019

Petal Furness talks to Wendy Tomlinson, Curator of the Community Waterfront Heritage Centre.

Episode 12 - Former Warden Delton Becker - Nov. 25, 2018

Delton Becker, former Warden of Grey County, joins Petal Furness.

Episode 11 - Mrs. O'Hara - Nov. 18, 2018

Petal Furness talks to Mrs. O'Hara in the Old Log Cabin at Grey Roots.

Episode 10 - De Witt Siblings - Nov. 13, 2018

Petal Furness is joined by the De Witt Siblings.

Episode 9 - Morag Budgeon - Nov. 5, 2018

Morag Budgeon joins host Petal Furness.

Episode 8 - Grey Roots Volunteer Kathleen Gill - Oct. 28, 2018

Petal Furness talks to Grey Roots Volunteer Kathleen Gill, who is from Scotland.

Episode 7 - Ryan Brown - Oct. 23, 2018

Petal Furness is joined by Ryan Brown, organizer of the first ever Pride Parade in Owen Sound.

Episode 6 - Blaine Courtney - Oct. 14, 2018

Petal Furness talks to Blaine Courtney about growing up in Grey County as a black person and the Emancipation Festival.

Episode 5 - Warden Stewart Halliday - Oct. 7, 2018

Grey County Warden Stewart Halliday talks about how his family got to Grey and rural and political life.

Episode 4 - Grey County CEO Kim Wingrove - Sep. 30, 2018

Petal Furness is joined by Kim Wingrove, CEO of Grey County as she talks about growing up in rural Ontario.

Episode 3 - Moklass Hassan - Sep. 23, 2018

Moklass Hassan talks about his early life in Iraq and his move to Canada and to Owen Sound.

Episode 2 - History of Grey County - Sep. 16, 2018

Petal Furness talks to local people reflecting the history of Grey County.

Episode 1 - Community Advocate Kee May Ip - Sep. 9, 2018

Petal Furness talks to Community Advocate Kee May Ip.

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