Grey County

Exploring parties started arriving in the area around 1825 and one of the first villages, Sydenham was settled in 1837. Grey County was formed in 1852 and named in honor of Earl Grey and the village of Sydenham was incorporated as the Town of Owen Sound.

In 2001 Grey County underwent a major reconstruction of its towns, villages, and townships. This amalgamation reduced the number of municipalities from 26 to 9. Only Owen Sound and Hanover were unaffected.

From the Fountain Pen - Recall - Britax B-Agile and BOB Motion strollers
- Grey County OPP Reports - Feb. 14, 2017
- Ontario Receives Penal Recommendations on Pensions
- Grey County OPP Reports - Feb. 13, 2017
- Does Jesus Care?
- Province Increasing Child Care Providers Wages
- Bruce County OPP Reports - Feb. 10, 2017
- News Bits and Bites
- Province Releases Third Green Bond Offering
- Grey County OPP Reports - Feb. 08, 2017
- Crime Stoppers Corner - February 2017 Edition
- Province Invests In New Facility At Sunnybrook Centre
- Bruce County OPP Reports - Feb. 07, 2017
- Province To Expand Alcohol Choice In Grocery Stores
- Grey County OPP Reports - Feb. 06, 2017
- Yes, Christians are still called to share the `Good News'
- Groundhog Day
- Grey County OPP Reports - Feb. 02, 2017
- Ontario Enhances Electric Car Incentives Program
- Sola Scriptura
- Ontario To Widen Highway 401
- A Crude Subject in Many Ways

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