An agreement signed Tuesday will allow the students of Humboldt Collegiate Institute to use the city owned facilities at the Uniplex and for the community to use the school facilities.
"In addition to the usual kind of facilities in a school they have access to a swimming pool, they have access to the fitness centre, they have access to the arena, the curling program. It's going to be a great asset to the curling club here to have students very involved." explains Mayor Malcolm Eaton.
A base amount of hours are allotted each way with no fee being charge unless either go over that amount.
"This is an on-going agreement," added Eaton, "I'm sure we will tailor the agreement as we go along to make sure it's working they way we want it to work and for the mutual benefit of both parties so this is a long term relationship."
The three parties involved are the City of Humboldt, the Horizon School Division and the Greater Saskatoon Catholic School Division.
Listen to the full interview with Mayor Eaton below.
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