Agriculture plays a major role in the Municipality of Kincardine from an economic, cultural, and community perspective.

The vision for local agriculture is to be both diverse and strong. While promoting the "family farm" culture, in terms of both intensive and small-scale operations, the agricultural community remains pro-active in adopting appropriate advances in agricultural methods, practices, and technology, providing they are environmentally sound.

The agricultural community in the Municipality of Kincardine enjoys and promotes a positive and mutually beneficial relationship with the rural (non-farm) and urban residents of both the Municipality of Kincardine and the County of Bruce as a whole.


The Municipality of Kincardine is the host municipality of Bruce Power.

Bruce Power is the largest operating nuclear facility in the world and Canada's first private nuclear generator.  The plant's eight reactors generate 1/3 of Ontario's electricity.

Bruce Power employs more than 4,000 people full-time, a highly-skilled group of employees, plus indirectly creates thousands of jobs. They inject billions of dollars into Ontario's economy annually, while producing safe energy that produces zero carbon emissions.

In 2020, Bruce Power began the Major Component Replacement which will secure an estimated 22,000 jobs directly and indirectly from operations, and an additional 5,000 jobs annually throughout the investment program, injecting billions into Ontario’s economy. Visit Bruce Power for more information.


Idyllic surroundings, white sand beaches, world-class surfing, festive events, live theatre, lakeside dining, and much more.