Our partners are the organizations who have had an impact on Bluewater Wood Alliance’s ability to organize, provide services and make a difference to the wood products manufacturers in Soutwestern Ontario. We also thank the following towns for supporting the BWA with grants to help us develop: Town of Brockton, Town of Hanover, Municipality of Arran-Elderslie, Municipality of West Grey, plus the counties of Grey and Bruce, who have been valued partners from the start of this project. Here are some other supporting organizations who have made a difference:
Natural Resources Canada (NRCan) seeks to enhance the responsible development and use of Canada’s natural resources and the competitiveness of Canada’s natural resources products.
BC Wood is a not-for-profit trade association that has represented British Columbia’s value-added wood products industry for over 25 years. It is an industry-led association with a membership base of 120 specialty wood manufacturers and a board of directors that represents every value-added sector in every region of the province.
Conestoga College – the Woodworking Centre of Ontario at Conestoga College offers undergraduate technician, technologist and degree programs in industrial woodworking, as well as training programs for industry.
UBC Centre for Advanced Wood Processing – the premier university degree program for industrial wood processing, located at the Univeristy of British Columbia in Vancouver.
Georgian Colleges leadership in co-op, student work experience and entrepreneurship education will accelerate your learning, your career and your future.
Bluewater District School Board is an integral partner with the communities it serves. Bluewater District School Board serves an area 8,673 square kilometres in size and is defined by the borders of Bruce and Grey Counties.
The County of Grey is a family of distinctive communities which values its heritage, natural beauty, clean, healthy environment and rural lifestyle. As the fourth largest county in Ontario, Grey County is home to more than 92 thousand residents.