Amy and Dwight Irwin, Ripley residents and the Publishers of Grey-Bruce Kids magazine – the area’s leading resource for parents and caregivers – and Huron-Perth Boomers, launched Grey-Bruce Boomers in 2014.

The full-colour, glossy, premiere magazine directly targets the Baby Boomer generation (adults 50+).

The first issue was released on Dec. 1, 2014, with 11,000 copies being free for pick-up at over 300 locations across Grey and Bruce counties. With the Coronavirus pandemic impacting businesses across the region, Grey-Bruce Boomers has returned to print for its Fall 2021 magazine.

Stories remain written by local people for local people, on a variety of topics including health and wellness, travel, finance, recreation, personal feature stories and many other informative areas of interest to the Baby Boomer generation, while our advertisers offer a wide range of products and services for adults 50+ in Grey/Bruce.

If you would like more information about the magazine, writing articles or advertising information, please email Amy at, or Linda Thorn, Advertising Sales Manager, at, or call 519-524-0101.

6 Responses

  1. Dana Witt says:

    Where can I get a copy in Saugeen shores?


  2. Ann Magner says:

    Where in Owen Sound can I find this excellent sounding lical magazine?
    Thank you.

  3. Linda Weatherall says:

    I was wondering if it was possible to drop off a few copies of the next issue
    at the Kimberley Library
    235439 Grey Rd. 13
    Kimberley, ON
    N0C 1G0


  4. Debbie Kamstra says:

    We saw your magazine today at our local Medical Centre and was wondering where we can pick up a copy of our own. We live in Hanover.
    Thank you.

  5. Steve Pepper says:

    Just wondering where I can pick up some copies of the magazine? We are members of the Huron Fringe Field Naturalists and lead a group up the Bruce Peninsula each year and include a copy of Boomers with our info packets.

  6. Nancy MacDonald says:

    Hello, we are a newly-formed group in Owen Sound called the Owen Sound Threshold Singers. We are currently singing to hospice patients at Chapman House in Owen Sound. As we grow, we hope to also sing to hospice patients at the hospitals, the nursing homes, and in clients’ own homes. We are a volunteer group of singers and we do not charge anything for our service. Would you be interested in publishing a short article about our group? We can write the article for your magazine. Thanking you in advance, Nancy MacDonald

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