• Business Assistance

  • Covid-19 Information Sheet


    Businesses, employee’s and the general public are struggling to find information about supports that are available through the Covid-19 pandemic. A joint group, that includes the Humboldt Chamber of Commerce, the Watson Chamber of Commerce, MSMA, the City of Humboldt along with accounting partnerships in the City of Humboldt (Coleen Bowman, HSA and MNP) helped to put this information package together. 

    This is very much a living document, as the availability of programs and assistance at a provincial and federal level are changing constantly to meet the demands—so please check back often for updates.




    BizPal On-line Servicebiz

    BizPal is an online service the simplifies the business permit and license process for entrepreneurs, businesses, governments and third party business service providers. Users simply answer a few generic questions regarding the type of business they wish to start and BizPal will generate a list of permits and licenses required from all levels of government. BizPal provides basic information and links to government sites where users can learn more and in some cases apply online. 

    Whether you are starting a new business or looking for information for an existing one, BizPal makes getting the information you need quick and simple and helps to get you on your way. 

    For more information on BizPal please follow the link below. 

    BizPal Information


    Humboldt & District Chamber of Commerce logo
    The Humboldt & District Chamber of Commerce is a non-profit organization, independent of government. It's activities are carried out through the volunteer contributions and talents of the service, business, industrial and professional individuals that comprise its membership. For more information please call (306) 682-4990.


    Humboldt LogoCity of Humboldt
    The City of Humboldt offers an abundance of information for individuals and organizations wishing to do business in Humboldt. Here you can find information specific to Humboldt and Area including, Business Inspection and Business Licensing information, zoning information, commercial property sales information, bylaw information, engineering and planning information and much more. Please follow the link below to view the City of Humboldt website.

    City of Humboldt


    sageSagehill Community Futures Development Corporation
    Sagehill is located in Bruno Saskatchewan and is in the business of supporting and encouraging small business. Established in 1986, Community Futures is a network of 13 independent development corporations located throughout Saskatchewan. Sagehill and its partners support economic development and diversification and build social, community, and entrepreneurial capacity, with an emphasis on long range planning and results. For more information please call 1-888-732-8999 or click the link below.

     Sagehill Community Futures Development Corporation


    The Humboldt Regional Newcomer Centre
    The Humboldt Regional Newcomer Centre (HRNC) opened its doors to newcomers in April 2010 under the Government of Saskatchewan's new settlement service delivery model for the Province, which is administered by the Ministry of Advanced Education, Employment and Immigration (AEEI). The HRNC contract is held by the Prairie Innovation Enterprise Region (PIER), an entity representing economic development interests including labour and immigration of east central Saskatchewan. We aim to promote settlement, integration and retention in workplaces and communities throughout our region.

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