Rural Municipality of Brokenhead


Our Story

Incorporated in 1900, and birthplace of former Manitoba Premiere and Canada’s Governor General Edward Schreyer, the RM of Brokenhead has something for everyone.

We have an abundance of arable land used for crops and livestock with railway services the grain elevator allowing Brokenhead to be an active contributor to the world’s food supply. Our proximity to the Centreport project ensures excellent transportation routes to keep your business moving.

For those who desire a more urban lifestyle, look no further than the Local Urban District of Tyndall Garson. These communities were the fastest growing in Manitoba 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 the winter and lacrosse in the summer. Throw a few rocks at the Tyndall Curling Club with friends, take in fitness classes at the Garson Centennial Community Club and use the outdoor rink at the Tyndall Village Community Centre. Golf enthusiasts can play a round or two at Bush Golf Course or Mars Hill Golf Course and Resort. For music lovers, attend our music festival along the Brokenhead River, a favourite for fishing, tubing and canoeing.

Think of Brokenhead when you consider locating or expanding your business. The RM of Brokenhead Council is working with the Beausejour Brokenhead Development Corporation and the Brokenhead River Planning District to further economical and residential development of our communities for potential investors and residents.