Grey County, an upper tier municipality with a population over 93,000, has significant aggregate and sand resources throughout the county. The aggregate resources have been mapped and identified. Within Grey County existing annual licences exceed 3.7 million metric tones. This is the third largest volume in the province of Ontario.
Located two hours north of Toronto along highways 6 and 10 on the shores of Georgian Bay. Primarily an agricultural and tourism area, the region has mapped and inventoried significant gravel and aggregate resources.