Beausejour & Brokenhead Profile
Town of Beausejour
Historically a town built on the railway, Beausejour has hosted various industries such as a glassworks factory and Polaris manufacturing plant. Presently, the town has a large industrial park with new businesses sprouting at a consistent rate, plus room to expand in the future. With proximity to the Centre Port project, business can move at a faster pace.
The Town of Beausejour is a community of 3,126 people situated northeast of Winnipeg, Manitoba. The residential aspect boasts many different housing types. Whether renting an apartment, buying your fi rst home, findingthe right home for your family or seeking to downsize for retirement, Beausejour has several options for you. The Beausejour Early Years School teaches kindergarten to grade five, then students move to the École Edward Schreyer School until grade twelve graduation. Shake hands with fellow parishioners at any one of Beausejour’s beautiful churches or meet downtown in one of the many shops to fulfill your needs.
The community has a busy recreation commission working to bring the area’s residents a variety of activities from yoga to team sports, self-improvement classes, and instructional courses for almost any hobby. The SunGro Centre is the hub of Beausejour’s recreation community, complete with fitness facilities, hockey arena, walking track and curling club. Outside the facility are baseball diamonds, Splash aquatic centre and the Brokenhead River Community Hall. Feel the excitement as you watch snowmobile racers on Canada’s fastest ice oval during the Canadian Power Toboggan Championships.
Consider locating or expanding your business in Beausejour. Town Council, Beausejour and District Chamber of Commerce and Beausejour Brokenhead Development Corporation are all committed to further development and growth of our community for interested investors and families.
Rural Municipality of Brokenhead
Surrounding the Town of Beausejour for 288 square miles, the Rural Municipality of Brokenhead welcomes you.
Incorporated in 1900, and birthplace of former Manitoba Premiere and Canada’s Governor General Edward Schreyer, the R.M. of Brokenhead boasts an abundance of arable land used for crops and livestock. Every year
at harvest time, take in the beautiful fi elds of wheat, canola, fl ax, soybeans and sunfl owers, as bales dot the horizon. Railway services the grain elevator allowing Brokenhead to be an active contributor to the world’s food supply.
For those who desire a more urban lifestyle, look no further than the Local Urban District of Tyndall-Garson. These communities are the fastest growing in Manitoba, increasing by 24.1% (Garson 49.1%, Tyndall 13.1%, RM of Brokenhead 17%*) between 2006 and 2011. New housing developments are always in the plans to accommodate new families to the area. Gillis School is located in Tyndall to educate children from kindergarten to grade six.
There are many sports and activities for all residents of Brokenhead. Garson Arena is frequented by hockey teams in winter and lacrosse in the summer. Throw a few rocks at the Tyndall Curling Club with friends. Golf
enthusiasts can take in a round or two at Bush Golf Course or Mars Hill Golf Course and Resort. For music lovers, attend the annual Great Woods Music Festival along the Brokenhead River, a favourite for fi shing, tubing and canoeing.
This is our home. Make it yours.