The CFL season is right around the corner and on June 30th, the Saskatchewan Roughriders will play their first home game of the season as they'll host Montreal.

Not only will it be the Riders' home opener, but it will also be the team's #HumboldtStrong game and on Sunday, the team announced their plans for the game dedicated to Humboldt.

Working in conjunction with the Broncos organization, the Roughriders have invited the families of the 29 occupants of the bus, the first responders who provided care and comfort and Humboldt community leaders to attend the June 30th CFL contest. In all, the Riders expect to host approximately 250 guests at Mosaic Stadium.

Pre-game activities will include a video dedication to the Humboldt Broncos and the community of Humboldt, as well as on-field participation by Broncos representatives in the anthem and coin toss ceremonies.

Canadian country music group, Hunter Brothers will sing the national anthem and will provide halftime entertainment with a three-song set. Originally from Shaunavon, Saskatchewan, Hunter Brothers comprise siblings Luke, J.J., Ty, Brock and Dusty Hunter.

Rider fans can show their support and help raise funds by purchasing a commemorative Humboldt Strong pin. The pin is now available at all Rider Store locations, with 100 per cent of all proceeds going to the Humboldt Strong Community Fund.

It's an incredible gesture from the Riders and an incredible way to continue to support the community and bring people together with the common goal of supporting Humboldt and helping that community continue to recover.

In the meantime, Sunday the team is also holding a practice in Humboldt at Glenn Hall Park football field and hosting a barbecue for the community.

(H/T: Saskatchewan Roughriders