Story Time

Hudson Bay Public Library
Box 1109
Hudson Bay, SK S0E 0Y0
(306) 865-3110
E-mail: [email protected]

Story time is held every Monday from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. at the Hudson Bay Public Library. Activities include stories, songs, crafts, games and special holiday celebrations. It is open to any preschool age children. For more information contact the Hudson Bay Public Library.

Hudson Bay Child Care Co-operative

Corner of 6th Avenue and Prince Street.
*New Location* Daycare services are also available in the Hudson Bay Community School at 312 Hamjea Street.
Phone: 865-2655

The Hudson Bay Child Care Co-operative is a non-profit, parent controlled co-operative. The Board of Directors is made up of parents using the Day Care Centre. The Centre is licensed for 30 preschool and school age children from 18 months to 12 years of age at the Prince St. location. The Centre has a full-time, part-time, daily, and hourly fee, and is open from 7:45 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.

In 2015 the Hudson Bay Day Care expanded to the new school location. This location facilitates spaces for an extra 36 children at the Hudson Bay Early Learning Centre located at 312 Hamjea St. This new space can also accept 6 infants and is flexivle in the spaces of the remainer of the children at both facilities.

The Day Care has a very safe child-oriented and stimulating environment designed to meet children’s physical, emotional, and social needs. The facility is well equipped with fenced yard and outdoor toys and equipment. The Day Care is licensed by the Saskatchewan Social Services Day Care Branch.

In 1998 the Day Care purchased a dwelling at the corner of 6th Avenue and Prince Street. The building was remodeled to meet all codes of the Social Services Branch. In 2015 a new location opened in the newly constructed Hudson Bay Community School. With the expansion, the facility can support 66 spaces in Hudson Bay.

Hudson Bay Community School

Hudson Bay Community School

Box 1268
312 Hamjea St.
Hudson Bay, SK. S0E 0Y0
(306) 865-2515


Visit the HBCS Website

Principal: Mrs. Louise Gel
Number of Students 2015/2016= 375

Hudson Bay is happy to announce the opening of the new K-12 Hudson Bay Community School. Construction began in 2013 and the school was complete and opened in September 2015. The new state of the art facility houses grades K-12 and a Daycare. The project cost was over $27 million, with almost $500,000 raised by the community and residents of Hudson Bay.

The new school provides a state of the art learning facility for grades K-12. There are 23 teachers and 9 associates on staff. A daycare is also available within the school with room for infants, this has expanded the Hudson Bay Daycare into two locations in the community.

The local sponsorship helped increase the size of the school along with additions to the facility and playground. The school is over 50,000 sq ft and is a two story facility. The school includes 2 gyms, one of which has seating for 400 people. There are 17 classrooms and 2 project rooms. The design of the school is very unique and local supplies were used in the decor to make it a source of community pride for many years to come.

Cumberland College

Hudson Bay Campus was Closed in 2015

The Cumberland College operates in the North East region of Saskatchewan.

The college has a campus in Tisdale, Melfort and Nipawin with many online programs available. Programs offered include adult up-grading, basic education, university and technical institute classes. An S.C.N. unit assists in the provision of the more specialized type classes.

Whether you are looking for a career change or wanting to upgrade your skills, Cumberland College can help you reach your goals. Choose from university, skills training or high school classes that will prepare you for a rewarding future.

With offices in Nipawin, Melfort, and Tisdale, Cumberland College provides training close to home for the residents of Northeast Saskatchewan. Take advantage of the smaller classes sizes, personalized attention and friendly atmosphere.

Apply to our generous scholarship program. With support from local donors, over $42 000 is awarded annually to Cumberland College students.

Contact the College today and one of our counsellors will gladly help you explore your educational and training options. Your future starts now!

Prepare for your future by studying at Cumberland College! Choose from university, skills training or high school courses that will help you prepare for employment or future training opportunities.

Choose from hundreds of course offerings available throughout northeast Saskatchewan. A wide variety of programs and services are available in the areas of Business and Industry, Health, Trades, University, and Adult Basic Education.

Benefit from the smaller class sizes, personalized attention and friendly atmosphere at Cumberland College. Save money by residing in your home community and apply to our generous scholarship program.

If you are uncertain where to begin, make an appointment to meet with one of our helpful counsellors to explore your education and training options. Our counsellors will also gladly assist you with the application and registration procedures.

Check out the programs and courses available to help you find the career or training that is right for you!

Cumberland College offers a full range of services to our students and to learners within our region. Whether you are registered in a College program or studying independently via distance education, our counsellors can assist you in planning a career or designing a program to meet your learning needs.

Our services include:

  • Personal, academic, financial and career counselling
  • Tutorial assistance and study skills Workshops
  • Admission and registration assistance
  • Sponsoring agency advocacy
  • Access to computer labs, internet access
  • Assistance with preparing a resume or improving your interview skills
  • Interest tests to help determine course of study
  • Entrance testing for various academic programs
  • Exam invigilation

Our Multi-media Career Resource Centres include:

  • Calendars from many educational institutions across Canada including Distance Education information
  • Accurate, up-to-date occupational information, employment prospects and labour-market trends
  • Pamphlets and brochures on educational programs and career opportunities
  • Access to multi-media career resources and on-line programs