Cody Joudry has been working for Huron County for four and a half years.
Huron County’s Economic Development Team is re-launching the Taste of Huron promotion.
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Bruce County is offering a third round of “Spark” mentorships and grants to encourage local entrepreneurs, small businesses and non-profits to come up with unique tourism ideas.
Bruce and Grey counties are receiving funding through Ontario’s Rural Economic Development program.
North Perth has partnered with Driftscape to try and enhance the local tourism experience for tourists and locals.
Perth County Tourism is bringing back the very popular “Travelling Deal Wheel” for 2021 after a successful debut last year.
The provincial government is providing funding to help support cultural organizations in Perth-Wellington.
Three local festivals in the Huron-Bruce area are receiving financial support from the province.
Bruce-Grey-Owen Sound MPP Bill Walker has announced funding support for two local music festivals.
Perth County Tourism is hosting a Tastings on the Trail event on the Guelph to Goderich (G2G) Rail Trail on Saturday.
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