Humboldt is a thriving, progressive community and offers exciting relocation opportunities.
More than 5,600 people call the City of Humboldt home (2011 Statistics Canada Census) and over 30,000 live within the larger Humboldt region.  A known agricultural, manufacturing, health and retail service centre, Humboldt is a great place to live, work, invest and play.
Humboldt residents enjoy high incomes, competitive taxes and a high quality of life, including access to a wide variety of businesses, housing, health care and community support services.
The Humboldt region is a recognized high growth area of the province and many opportunities exist for skilled and educated workers.  Ongoing education and training is also offered through local post-secondary institutions.
From its advantageous geographic location and educated workforce to its strong regional business partnerships, Humboldt's diversified economy means that while traditional sectors such as agriculture and mining provide a solid base for growth, advanced manufacturing and research facilities help create new opportunities for the region.
Long associated with its successful Junior hockey club - the Humboldt Broncos - Humboldt's sports and recreation, parks, trails and playgrounds, culture, programs and events offer a wide variety of activities to suit a wide range of interests.