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Our Community

The Town of Beausejour is situated 46 km North East of Winnipeg on Highway 44. Beausejour is in the regional hub of commercial and industrial expansion in North Eastern Manitoba and is also the gateway to the Whiteshell – some of Manitoba’s best vacation lands. Its proximity to the beaches and to work centres like Winnipeg have led many to consider Beausejour the perfect town to settle in. Over 3,100 people currently call Beausejour home.

Tourism has become an important economic tool for the community. Beausejour boasts about the Superior Inn Motel & Conference Centre that has an indoor pool, 36 rooms, including a room designated for handicapped accessibility. The Motel offers a 75 seat banquet/conference room, and a 30 seat breakfast/meeting room.

The community is proud to be home to a state of the art racetrack which brings the  Canadian Power Toboggan Championships and Double B Agricultural Festival here. Beausejour’s recreational opportunities are unlimited and include an ice arena, six-sheet curling rink, swimming pool, nature and ski trails, golf course plus a recreational hall. A new 30 bed hospital with an attached Primary Care Centre and two medical clinics provide the health care as required. One personal care home, five senior residences plus the Burgoyne Station 55+ and Moya Doma Condos are available to serve the region’s seniors.

Beausejour has well-developed infrastructure that supports business and encourages growth. The town is the central grain-handling facility for the region.

Beausejour enjoys a stable economy based on agriculture and tourism, with grain production being the mainstay of the agricultural activities in the surrounding area. Rail line service, natural gas, hydro, a four-lane highway, a stable tax rate and a fully-serviced industrial park makes Beausejour an attractive location for industrial growth. Residents are able to enjoy all the amenities and a high quality of lifestyle while living just a short drive from a major urban centre, the City of Winnipeg.