Saturday November 22, 2014




  • Municipal marks of excellence for gallery

    By Melanie Jacob
    Journal Editor

    It went from a run down old building that no one noticed to a pristine and gleaming white facility showcasing the best and brightest in the region. Now, not only has it been noticed, but the Humboldt & District Gallery’s transformation has also...

  • Puppets, costumes, and dancing all part of the show

    Juno-winning children's performer Norman Foote was in the Humboldt Collegiate Institute to put on a show for kids and parents alike on Nov. 15.

  • Sitting down for lunch with Ken Krawetz

    In just half an hour, Deputy Premier and Finance Minister Ken Krawetz delivered an optimistic speech during a Humboldt and District Chamber of Commerce luncheon on Nov. 14. His speech focused on population, taxes, employment, Gross Domestic Product (GDP), commodity pricing, and trade.

Top Headlines

New environmental code first of its kind to take effect

By Melanie JacobJournal Editor People usually say that when it comes to the government, the red...

Posing the liquor question to the people

By Melanie JacobJournal Editor To prevent the topic of liquor retailing from becoming a platform...

Finding cold shelter on a cold night

By Melanie JacobJournal Editor Fixing the state of homelessness anywhere is a massive task and one ...

Prepping for an emergency party

By Melanie JacobJournal Editor Every year, Humboldt residents have one clear way to say thanks to...

Lions in the region congregate in Humboldt

by Robin TarnowetzkiJournal Staff Writer Lions Club members from around the region congregated at...

HCI Mohawks fall to Clavet in 9-man provincial final

by Robin TarnowetzkiJournal Staff Writer The Humboldt Collegiate Institute Mohawks tried their...

A look back at the Mohawks

By Robin TarnowetzkiJournal Staff Writerrtarnowetzki@humboldtjournal.caWith the Mohawks’...

Curling club not taken for granite

By Robin TarnowetzkiJournal Staff Writerrtarnowetzki@humboldtjournal.ca The Humboldt Curling Club...

Putting his legacy on ice in the Sports Hall of Fame

By Melanie JacobJournal Editormjacob@humboldtjournal.ca Most Canadians who’ve lived here...

Sweeping into the Sports Hall of Fame

By Melanie JacobJournal EditorAfter more than 30 years filled with success, the Bruno Axemen...

Ozzie's legacy to be commemorated in the Hall of Fame

By Melanie JacobJournal Editormjacob@humboldtjournal.ca If there were one person actively involved ...

HCI takes second in volleyball tournament

Ten high school volleyball teams congregated at Humboldt Collegiate Institute for the annual...

Local Sports

Sports Hall of Fame inductees chosen

By Melanie JacobJournal Editormjacob@humboldtjournal.ca With nominations over, the Humboldt Sports ...



Broncos break out buffet for the community

By Robin TarnowetzkiJournal Staff Writerrtarnowetzki@humboldtjournal.ca The Humboldt Broncos...



Broncos teach the next generation of athletes

by Robin TarnowetzkiJournal Staff Writerrtarnowetzki@humboldtjournal.caThe sun is still hot and the ...




Recent News

Finding the face of Canada

Saskatchewan’s Multicultural Week is upon us until Nov. 26 and it doesn’t...


The court of public opinion

Watching the Jian Ghomeshi situation blow up has been interesting on a few different...


Author brings WWI internment camps to light

by Robin TarnowetzkiJournal Staff Writer...


Ukrainian dance club brings more culture to the region

by Robin TarnowetzkiJournal Staff WriterIt’s been a few months...


Canadian Forces soldier dies in on-base incident; Harper offers condolences

CFB PETAWAWA, Ont. - Prime Minister Stephen Harper is offering his condolences after a soldier was...


More protesters arrested after crossing police line into pipeline survey area

VANCOUVER - About a dozen more people have been arrested at a pipeline protest in a conservation...




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