A partnership project between Carlton Trail College and Gabriel Dumont Institute (GDI) saw the delivery and distribution of over 63,000 Lysol brand disinfecting wipes to a variety of agencies. 

Working closely with GDI, Carlton Trail College successfully secured 125 units of donated Lysol Disinfecting Wipe product, to be used in the College’s regional learning facilities, administrative offices and other high-traffic areas. 

A release from Carlton Trail College explains that to further support regional partners and communities across rural east-central Saskatchewan, Carlton Trail College provided additional Lysol Disinfecting Wipes to the following agencies and organizations:


  • Big Brothers Big Sisters of Humboldt and Area;

  • Day Star First Nation Daycare Centre;

  • Fishing Lake Daycare Centre;

  • George Gordon First Nation Daycare Centre;

  • Humboldt and District Community Services;

  • Humboldt and District Food Bank;

  • Humboldt and District SPCA;

  • Humboldt Family Resource Centre;

  • Humboldt Regional Newcomer Centre;

  • Kawacatoose First Nation Daycare Centre;

  • Kelliher Kids Daycare Centre;

  • Lanigan Food Bank;

  • Muskowekwan First Nation Daycare Centre;

  • One Arrow First Nation Daycare;

  • Partners Family Services;

  • Safe Communities Humboldt and Area

  • Sunshine Learning Centre (Fort Qu’Appelle);

  • Wadena Food Bank;

  • Watrous Food Bank;

  • Wynyardigans Child Care Centre; and

  • Wynyard Food Bank.

“We’re proud of the strong post-secondary sector relationships we’ve built that enables us to further support community services within our region,” said Amy Yeager, Carlton Trail College President and CEO. “Sincere appreciation is extended to all who helped to coordinate this initiative, as well as Reckitt Canada for their generous product donation.”