Emergency 911 Service

Phone 911 for Emergency Fire, Police, Ambulance and other emergency situations.


Hudson Bay Detachment
911 Emergency Service
Box 96
201 Patricia Street
Hudson Bay, SK S0E 0Y0
Phone: 306-865-5550
Fax: 306-865-5554
Click for the RCMP web site

Office hours of operation are 8:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. and 1:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. Monday to Friday.
Staff consists of 1 Sergeant, 5 Constables, 1 Public Servant, and 1 Municipal Employee.
The detachment borders extend 123 km north, 75 km south, 50 km west, and 50 km east to the Manitoba border.

Programs include:

Victim Services
Box 96
Hudson Bay, SK S0E 0Y0
Phone: 865-5550 or 865-5562
Fax: 865-5554

Visit the RCMP Victim Services web site and the provincial web site

Victim Services is a police based service and are available to help professional agencies as a support group. Victim Services operates by referrals by medical staff or RCMP only. There are 3 local victim services workers.

Victim Services offers:

  • Emotional support and practical assistance to family members, friends, and hospital staff in times of crisis
  • Court orientations to victims
  • Support and referral services to victims of crime and traumatic events (fire, accidents, suicide, death, rape, and break and enter)
  • Help victims fill in Victim Impact Statements and Victim Compensation Forms
  • Assist with child care and transportation to victims involved with the justice system
  • Preventative education to vulnerable groups

DARE – Drug Awareness Resistance Education
DARE is a comprehensive prevention education program designed to equip school children with skills to recognize and resist social pressures to experiment with tobacco, alcohol, other drugs and violence.
Visit the DARE web site

Crime Stoppers
If you have information about a crime in your area call Saskatchewan Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477).
Callers remain anonymous and cash payments of up to $2,000 may be awarded by Saskatchewan Crime Stoppers for information leading to an arrest for any serious crime or drug related offense.
Visit the Crime Stoppers web site or the RCMP web site

Stands for Prevent Alcohol and Risk related Trauma in Youth. The P.A.R.T.Y. has historically been offered to grade 12 students in Hudson Bay. The premise of the program is to help youth make educated and wise decisions, especially in the area of drugs, alcohol, seat belt usage and driving. The program is now done all over western Canada and has experienced unprecedented results.

Search & Rescue
Vicky Piwtorak is a SARSAV Search Manager for the area as well as Cst. Terry Forbes, RCMP Hasty Team for F-Division and a RCMP Search Manager.

Fire Protection

Emergency Contact 911

Fire Chief: David Fink
Box 730
Hudson Bay, SK S0E 0Y0
Fire Hall Office Phone: 865-2241
Cell Phone: 865-6535
Fax: 865-2800

The Hudson Bay Fire Department is made up of 20 volunteer members. Members are trained in rescue, vehicle extractions, structural and wildland firefighting. We are very proud that in 2003 the members won the Provincial Fire Power Competition.

Vehicles consist of a triple combination pumper/rescue, 2 pumper tankers, and a command ½ ton truck. Rescue equipment includes the Jaws of Life.

The response area is one of the largest and covers the R.M. #394 including McBride Lake, Parr Hill, Townsend Lake and the Swan Plain subdivision. As well, they have a mutual aid agreement with Porcupine Plain and Tisdale. They also have a mutual agreement with Carrot River and Nipawin for vehicle fires and extractions on #55 highway.

The Department is active in presenting workshops and information about Fire Prevention and Fire Safety in the schools and community.

The Fire Department holds an annual street dance during Heritage Day the third weekend in August to raise money for the fire department’s needs.

Emergency Measures Organization (EMO)

The Town of Hudson Bay has developed an Emergency Measures Plan to provide direction for a response to an emergency affecting the Town of Hudson Bay. The aim is to provide the earliest possible coordinated response in order that the following be assured:

  • Minimizing the effects of an emergency or disaster on the Town of Hudson Bay and its inhabitants.
  • The protection and preservation of life, health and private property.
  • The restoration of essential services.
Hudson Bay Family and Support Centre

501 Churchill St. (Blake Beattie Building)
Box 403
Hudson Bay, SK S0E 0Y0
Phone: 865-3064
24 Hour Crisis Line 1-800-611-6349
Fax: 865-3391

Office Hours
Monday – Friday 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

Click here for our brochure regarding our programs.

To visit the Hudson Bay Family & Support Centre Facebook Page, Click Here.

Our Mission is to provide families and communities the freedom of choices, where people are equally valued. We also provide tools to enhance growing, encourage violence-free living and promote healthier tomorrows.

Wildlife & the Outdoors

Please be aware that Hudson Bay is located in the middle of millions of acres of Provincial Forestry and there is a chance of wildlife in and around the community. Due to this please respect and keep watch out for wildlife in town limits. Most sightings are rare, but be smart when encountering any wildlife.

Public Notice on behalf of the Town of Hudson Bay regarding bear sightings in the community.