Northern Bruce Peninsula (NBP) is a municipal corporation that commenced operations on January 1, 1999. It encompasses the former Townships of Eastnor, Lindsay and St. Edmunds and the Village of Lion’s Head. Many other hamlets within NBP including Tobermory, Stokes Bay, Pike Bay, Miller Lake, Barrow Bay, Ferndale, Dyers Bay and the Lindsay 20 communities. NBP covers an area of 781.51 square kilometres boasting a permanent population of 3,900 year round residents and just over 5,000 households.
Tourism is a major draw to Northern Bruce Peninsula; apart from the marquee attractions of the national parks, vacations specializing in a multitude of interests are offered, such as camping, boating, birding, diving, fishing, golfing, cycling, hiking, kayaking, canoeing, lighthouse tours, swimming, shipwrecks, wildflowers and wildlife.
|Bruce County, ON||County||69,878|
|Arran Elderslie, ON||Municipality||6,910|
|South Bruce, ON||Municipality||5,612|
|Northern Bruce Peninsula, ON||Municipality||4,258|
|Saugeen Shores, ON||Town||14,821|
|South Bruce Peninsula, ON||Town||8,438|
|Huron Kinloss, ON||Township||7,338|
|Saugeen 29, ON||Indian reserve||1,041|
|The Chippewas of Nawash Unceded First Nation, ON||Council||615|