Public Programs

Truth and Reconciliation Resources

The National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, observed across Canada on September 30th, is a day to acknowledge the history and ongoing tragic legacy of Canada's residential schools. It is a day to honor those who survived, to commemorate those who did not, and to support the Indigenous families and communities who suffered losses. Truth and Reconciliation however, must not be limited to one day a year, it must be a year round priority. Find resources to aid in the thoughtful observance of Truth and Reconciliation here.

Voices of Grey Video Archive

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

Log Cabin Tour

Learn all about our 1850s log cabin in this informative and engaging video.

Black History in Grey County

Black citizens have been a part of Grey County since the very first non-Indigenous settlers arrived in the northernmost part of the Queen's Bush.