St. Dominic School unveils Treaty 6 medal

St. Dom Treaty medal

On Friday, May 27, St. Dominic School students, staff, and the community joined together to hold a Treaty 6 medal installation ceremony to recognize progress along their journey of learning about treaties and the need for reconciliation and healing. 

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Two more charged in murder case of Humboldt man


A Saskatoon jury concluded on Friday, convicting one man of first-degree murder and another with manslaughter in the kidnapping and murder of 20-year-old Allan Douglas Garrioch from Humboldt. 

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Sagehill Community Futures attends national conference in Ottawa


The Community Futures Network of Canada (CFNC) held a national conference in Ottawa from May 8 - 10, highlighting the contributions the Community Futures Program makes in helping Canada’s rural, remote and Indigenous communities become more sustainable. 

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Three Lakes School nutrition program receives boost from Mosaic

Three Lakes School

Staff and students of Three Lakes School in Middle Lake were delighted to receive the news that they had been selected as recipients of one of 10 awards in Mosaic’s School Nutrition Challenge. The $10 thousand dollar grants help schools to develop and enhance nutrition programs and facilities in recipient schools.

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"There's a tsunami coming" - labour market strains in Humboldt area

Job Fair

Humboldt and surrounding area is feeling the pressure of what appears to be a labour shortage. It’s a phenomenon that has many areas of the province and the country scrambling to attract workers.  What makes the Humboldt regional scene more acute is the expected flurry of job activity with industrial development, particularly around the BHP Jansen mine project and its attendant infrastructure. 

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