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Blueberry Inn, Churchill, Manitoba

Blueberry Inn undergoing phase two of renovations

by Maggie Cole

Progress at the Blueberry Inn

We are thrilled to share the latest updates on our newest project, the Blueberry Inn, located in the heart of Churchill. We are currently in the midst of phase two of the development, with a scheduled completion date in October. This exciting phase focuses on expanding our number of rooms, finalizing the interior design, landscaping, and ensuring the facility is equipped with all the amenities that our guests have come to expect from Churchill Wild.

The Blueberry Inn is designed to offer a luxurious yet cozy retreat for visitors, allowing them to fully immerse themselves in the natural beauty and unique experiences that Churchill has to offer. Once completed, the Inn will provide a perfect blend of modern comforts and rustic charm, making it an ideal base for your northern adventures.

Churchill Economic Development Tour

Miss Piggy in Churchill

VP of Business Development, Jackie Storry, and Communications Coordinator for the Manitoba Chambers of Commerce, Korie Werner, touring Miss Piggy in Churchill

This week, Churchill hosted the much-anticipated Churchill Economic Development Tour, organized by the Manitoba Chambers of Commerce. This two-day event, held from July 3-4, 2024, brought together business leaders, policymakers, and stakeholders to explore the economic opportunities and innovations within the region.

Attendees had the chance to meet local business leaders, discover unique economic prospects, and gain valuable insights into the region’s growth and innovation. The tour’s agenda included a variety of activities designed to showcase the best of Churchill, including visits to key sites and discussions on local economic strategies.

polar bear and northern lights art

Polar bear and northern lights art piece at the entrance of the Town Centre Complex

Agenda Highlights and Key Attendees

Some of the prominent figures at the tour included Chuck Davidson, President & CEO of the Manitoba Chambers of Commerce, who hosted the event. His leadership and insights were invaluable in guiding the discussions and activities throughout the tour.

Michael Spence, Mayor of Churchill, warmly welcomed the 37 delegates. His introduction to the town’s unique opportunities and challenges set the tone for a productive and enlightening experience for all attendees.

The itinerary was packed with engaging activities and site visits, including:

beluga whales

Beluga whales in Churchill

Visit to the Blueberry Inn

One of the highlights of the tour was the group’s visit to the Blueberry Inn. On July 4th, attendees had the opportunity to see firsthand the progress made on this exciting project. This visit included a tour of the Inn, where guests explored the facilities and got a sneak peek of what future guests will enjoy.

To make the visit even more special, we hosted a small gathering at the Inn where guests enjoyed local wine, beer, and freshly made Bannock. This was a perfect opportunity for attendees to unwind, network, and share their thoughts on the development.

Blueberry Inn tour with co-founder, Mike Reimer

Blueberry Inn tour with co-founder, Mike Reimer

We are incredibly excited about the developments at the Blueberry Inn and the positive impact it will have on the local economy and tourism in Churchill. We look forward to welcoming guests later this year and are confident that the Blueberry Inn will become a beloved destination for visitors from around the world.

Stay tuned for more updates as we move closer to the grand opening of the Blueberry Inn!

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