St. Pierre-Jolys is strategically located on Provincial Trunk Highway (PTH) 59, a Class A1 route (Maximum GWV 56500 kg) and Highway 205, a Class B1 route (Maximum GWV 47630 kg). The Village is also connected from the Tolstoi Port of Entry south of the Village, north to Winnipeg and the Interlake region beyond. The Pembina Port of Entry, the busiest border crossing in Western Canada, is also conveniently accessed by Provincial Road (PR) 201 to PTH 75.
The Village is a hub for healthcare for the immediate area, as well as a cultural hub for the rural Francophone communities that surround the Village. As the Village continues to grow, these factors present attractive investment opportunities for a variety of industries.
Attractive Location Near Large Urban Centres
Established Agricultural Industry
Reasons To Invest
& TRADE HUB
Given the Village’s strategic location with connections to major markets, border crossings, and agricultural surroundings, the Village is positioned to provide services in the transportation industry. Opportunities may include vehicle maintenance facilities and smaller warehousing and storage operations for locally produced goods.
& WELLNESS CENTRE
The Village serves as a primary healthcare hub for the surrounding rural communities through the established healthcare facility -- the Centre medico-social De Salaberry District Health Centre. With a growing and aging population, there will be an increased demand for auxiliary healthcare services to support the changing demographic of the Village and the surrounding communities it services.
St. Pierre-Jolys acts as a bilingual hub for retail, culture, commerce, and health and wellness care for many communities. There is room to grow to provide further support services and cultural outlets for the francophone community. The Village presents the perfect opportunity to support and grow this cultural community.
Extended & Personal Care Facilities
- Day Program Development
- Auxiliary Care Facilities (Chiropractic, Physiotherapy, Skin Care Clinic)
- Wellness Services (Massage, Spa)
Daycare & Child Wellness Services
To support growing families with young children and the expanding population, the Village will need additional daycare facilities and family support businesses
Francophone Retail & Support Services
With a strong French Canadian heritage, the Village is positioned to provide French language services and support French businesses for all of southern Manitoba
- Implement and Vehicle Maintenance
- Warehousing & Storage
- Logistics and Distribution
- Office Spaces
- Contractor Shop Spaces
- Service Garages
- Small Scale Storage
St. Pierre-Jolys’ economic experts have analyzed and identified the following markets to have unique and favourable opportunities within the region’s Service Hub and Trade Corridor Sector: