Tuesday September 16, 2014




  • Big Brothers Big Sisters gearing up for another successful year

    With the arrival of September, the City of Humboldt has once again declared this month as Big Brothers Big Sisters (BBBS) month. As such, the organization is once again bringing awareness and recruitment to the city and beyond.

  • Spanning the generations of uniforms and styles

    With 2014 marking 100 years since the First World War, it’s appropriate that Canadians recognize and commemorate the contributions of military and police everywhere. One of the best ways to do that is by reviewing some of the stories that lay hidden beneath ground level at the Humboldt Royal Canadian Legion museum.

  • Bringing key economic issues to the Charlottetown table

    As the Council of Federation wrapped up their meeting in Charlottetown on Aug. 29, the Canadian Federation of Independent Business (CFIB) brought three key issues to the table: restrictions on the Temporary Foreign Worker Program (TFWP), interprovincial trade, and increases in pension taxes.

Top Headlines

School staff celebrated in Humboldt

by Robin TarnowetzkiJournal Staff Writerrtarnowetzki@humboldtjournal.ca It’s back to school...

Rodent problem at St. Dominic

By Melanie JacobJournal Editormjacob@humboldtjournal.ca Due to the most unfortunate timing,...

Council looks at research results for potential new facility

by Robin TarnowetzkiJournal Staff Writerrtarnowetzki@humboldtjournal.ca Humboldt city council...

Triskeles Cafe seems to be cool beans so far

By Melanie JacobJournal Editormjacob@humboldtjournal.ca It’s been three months since...

Sounds of Summer comes to a close

It’s the end of summer and with it, the Sounds of Summer showcase concluded with Melfort-...

Putting the grain on the train for good

the federal government has implemented a number of new regulations to avoid a repeat of last...

Broncos teach the next generation of athletes

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

Top of the judges' pick

Out of all the judges in Canada, Jocelyn Moe was one of two females selected to be a judge for the...

Participants dive right into summer program

By Robin TarnowetzkiJournal Staff Reporterrtarnowetzki@humboldtjournal.ca It’s almost the...

Broncos moving in on new bench boss

By Kelly FriesenJournal editorkfriesen@humboldtjournal.ca The Humboldt Broncos have made major...

Hergott suits up in major hoops tourney

Humboldt native Brianne Hergott suited up with the best of the best in U17 girls basketball. The...

Hering represents HCI at Canada Cup

Tristan Hering represented the HCI Mohawks at the U18 Canada Cup over the past couple of weeks in...

Local Sports

Peewee Dodgers win Saskatoon 'AAA' tourney

by  KELLY FRIESEN Journal editor The Humboldt peewee Dodgers drove out of Saskatoon on July...



Gardiner earns NHL camp invite

by  KELLY FRIESEN Journal editor Humboldt product Reid Gardiner hoped to don a sweater at...



Brockman lends Broncos “helping hand”

by  KELLY FRIESEN Journal editor Even though Dean Brockman moved on from the Humboldt...




Recent News

There is never a good enough excuse

Four days, six collisions, six deaths, and one province. Out of the six fatalities,...


Enough with slacker parenting

With back to school upon us, quite a few parents will be left at home with just their...


A staple of the Prairies featured in gallery

Like most kids growing up in Saskatchewan in the 1920s and ‘30s, Greg Raskob...


Time to tidy up a blooming community

It’s that time of the year once again when Humboldt dusts itself off and sparkles ...


Canada to send personal protective equipment to help West African Ebola outbreak

TORONTO - Canada is donating $2.5 million worth of the specialized medical gear used to protect...


Jury selection set to begin Tuesday in Magnotta murder trial

MONTREAL - Jury selection is set to begin Tuesday in the first-degree murder trial of Luka Rocco...




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