*As of Monday, December 20, 2021 – All Ontarians 18+ Eligible for COVID-19 Booster Appointments at Three-Month Interval

*For Information about Vaccines (eligibility, clinic schedule, stats and much more)

*GBHU does not supply COVID-19 Rapid Antigen Test Kits – we do not keep an up to date list of vendors or locations where public can access these tests, as information changes frequently. Please visit: I think I have COVID-19 What do I do? (publichealthgreybruce.on.ca) for more information.

*Ontario:A plan to safely reopen Ontario and manage COVID-19 for the long-term

Proof of Vaccination in Select Settings                

Electronic/Printable Vaccine Receipt

News and Media and Important Updates

* Sexual health clinics are closed temporarily. If you need birth control prescriptions or STI testing, go to nearest emergency room. For condoms, visit our office during regular hours.

2018 Healthy Communities Conference

2018 Healthy Communities Conference Full Report

2018 Healthy Communities Conference Summary Report

2018 Post-Conference Learning Resources

Creating Partnerships for Wellbeing brought together Indigenous and non-Indigenous youth and adult community members, advocates, and leaders representing various organizations from across Grey and Bruce Counties to share in learning about Indigenous health equity. Through presentations by invited speakers and facilitated discussions, participants explored topics related to cultural safety and humility, local historical context, reconciliation, community development, and much more.

The event took place Tuesday May 8th 4:30pm – 9:00pm and Wednesday May 9th 8:00am-4:00pm at the Harry Lumley Bayshore Community Centre in Owen Sound.

Conference Program

Pre-Conference Workshop "Roots of Tolerance" - Session Full

Tuesday May 8th, 2018 at the Harry Lumley Bayshore Community Centre, 1:00pm - 4:00pm

Roots of Tolerance - Registration details included in document

"Getting to the Roots of Tolerance" is an interactive workshop that builds awareness of issues impacting Indigenous people. Participants engage in activities and facilitated discussions about some of the most prevalent stereotypes impacting Indigenous peoples. The activities provide a medium through which participants can examine the overarching narrative framework that informs and embeds these stereotypes. By connecting the systemic nature of social inequities to the everyday experiences of Indigenous people, participants have the opportunity to consider concepts and language that will enhance their engagement on this topic.

This component of the program will be offered to up to 40 participants and has no cost. Funding support for the training portion of this session has been provided by the Southwest Local Health Integration Network. This pre-conference session will enhance learning related to Objectives 1) To unpack the root causes of Indigenous health inequities; and Objective 4) To come together to build respectful relationships.

Thank you to our sponsors:






Share this page