Humboldt's child care options expanding with new centre

Child Care

The recognition of the need for expanded day care capacity from both the provincial and federal governments has led to exciting news for Humboldt and Area. A new child care facility is on the way, says Melissa Sand, executive director of the Humboldt Public School Child Care Centre.

To read more, click here. 

Provincial budget has lower deficit; nearly $7 billion for healthcare


The provincial government will be spending $17.6 billion in the upcoming fiscal year, an increase of $531 million from last year. The revenues will be up from $2.7 billion from the previous year, largely due to higher potash and oil prices than what was originally forecast. The deficit will also be down from the last budget, at $463 million from $2.1 billion the previous year.

To read more, click here. 

The Prairie Women on Snowmobiles share a final ride and banquet

PWOS Group

The Prairie Women on Snowmobiles had a warm and sunny Saturday for their final official ride. The organization has planned to sunset their activities this year, and so one more late winter ride on the trail between Humboldt and Naicam was the order of the day. Riders, the supporters and pits crews, and officials from the Cancer Foundation of Saskatchewan and Canadian Cancer Society enjoyed a last visit and banquet at the Bella Vista Inn in Humboldt. 

To read more, click here. 

Part 1 - Humboldt Early Years Family Resource Centre celebrates grand opening

Kathering Oviatt

The Grand Opening of Humboldt’s Early Years Family Resource Centre (HEYFRC) took place on Thursday, March 3, 2022.

The centre, made to promote learning from ages 0-5, was created in partnership with the Horizon School Division and Partners Family Services.

To read more, click here. 


Humboldt and District Gallery presents examination of immigrant life

Gallery Art

The Stories of Immigrant Women by artist Madhu Kumar is on now at the Humboldt and District Gallery. It’s a combination of large-scale paintings with text, audio, and augmented reality. The subjects run the gamut of women from across the social and economic spectrum and from around the world. The travelling show, supported by the Organization of Saskatchewan Arts Councils, will be at the Gallery until April 23. 

Read more by clicking here.