February is “I Love to Read” Month: Part 2

As February comes to a close, we salute “I Love to Read” Month – a month-long celebration held each year to encourage reading, writing and sharing in the joy of literacy. The first part shares the Little Free Libraries initiative in Sunrise Corner. This second part introduces Sunrise Corner’s anthology of authors who currently live in the region or got their start here. If there are local authors not listed here, send an email with details and we’ll update the blog. Read more

Seeking Landscape Master Plan for Recreation Areas

Sunrise Corner’s 2020 strategic planning process identified a goal of creating five new tourism products over the next five years. To assist with prioritizing opportunities and creating an achievable plan going forward, we are working with various stakeholders to contract a firm to develop master plans for two priority sites within the RM of Stuartburn.

See attached request for proposal for details. Deadline for submissions is February 26, 2021.


Take your best shot at fall – and win cash!

While the official fall equinox isn’t until Tuesday, September 22 at 8:31 am CDT, unofficially, as soon as the Labour Day long weekend is over, fall sets in. For many, autumn is their favourite season with the anticipation of changing colours, textures, landscapes and activities.

To capture and celebrate everything that’s amazing about fall in Sunrise Corner, we’re launching the Fall 2020 Photo Contest.

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Sunrise Corner Salutes Our Local Essential Businesses

On this #ThankYouThursday, Sunrise Corner would like to extend our appreciation to the essential retailers that have really gone above and beyond in recent months. The pandemic has clearly shown how important small-town grocery and drug stores are to the fabric of our community. Both residents and tourists are reminded to support local as often as possible. Not only do they provide the products we all need, these are our neighbours who donate to local fundraisers, volunteer their time at community events, and step up when we really need them.

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5 Ways to Enjoy the Summer Solstice in Sunrise Corner

For likely all of human history, people have celebrated the first day of summer – the summer solstice.

What’s the science behind the summer solstice? June 20 is the day the sun travels the longest path through the sky. When summer solstice happens, the North Pole is tilted about 23.4 degrees toward the sun. Solstice occurs when the sun reaches both the highest and northernmost points in the sky.

What does that mean for us? It’s the day with the most sunlight all year, so more time to enjoy the great outdoors! Although this summer is going to look a little different than usual, that doesn’t mean you can’t get outside and enjoy nature. Explore a part of Manitoba you haven’t seen yet – the southeast corner of the province has something for everyone. Here are the top five things to do to celebrate the first day of summer in Sunrise Corner.

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Ski or Snowshoe Across Our Corner

Tired of staring at the walls this winter? Bundle up and get out to southeastern Manitoba, because Sunrise Corner has miles of open trails for you to explore. Snowshoeing and cross-country skiing are both fun and sustainable ways to explore nature while getting a refreshing workout. Read more