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It’s never an easy decision, but it’s one the Prince Albert Council of Women (PACW) looks forward to making every year. On Tuesday the organization announced that Jeannette Eddolls would be the 2018 Prince Albert Women’s Hall of Fame inductee. Eddolls has previously been recognized...
Saskatchewan’s workplaces are slowly getting safer. Statistics released by the Saskatchewan Workers’ Compensation Board (WCB) on Tuesday reveal declines in the workplace injury rate and total number of reported claims. The WCB also reported that 88 per cent of Saskatchewan employers had no workplace injuries,...
After more than a month, Ron and Shelley Horn have finally adjusted to being named Prince Albert Citizens of the Year. In December, the couple became the first co-award winners since 1979, but it wasn’t until Saturday night that reality finally hit home. “It’s so, so...
Mayor Greg Dionne, city manager Jim Toye, member at large Pat Weir and Prince Albert Grand Council representative Rick Sanderson have been selected to head up the search for Prince Albert’s next police chief. On Friday, the city’s Board of Police Commissioners announced that all...
Over the last two and a half decades, Karen Hindle has seen a lot of nervous students. Whether it’s instructing first aid classes or teaching CPR, Hindle is used to calming nerves and reassuring anxious pupils who worry so much about doing the wrong thing...
The Prince Albert Grand Council (PAGC) hasn’t limited themselves to just offering morale support to Colten Boushie’s family. They’re also dipping into their pockets to provide financial help as well. On Sunday, PAGC Vice-Chief Joseph Tsannie announced the organization would donate $10,000 to the family, who...
After one month in operation, a new pilot program that helps connect northern residents with dieticians is starting to see some success. On Jan. 8, the First Nations and Inuit Health Branch partnered with Dietitians of Canada to create Eat Well Saskatchewan, a dietitian call...
The City of Prince Albert’s three licensed drive-thru liquor establishments are the most of any city in Saskatchewan, and Prince Albert city council has decided that’s enough. On Monday, council voted to ban the approval of any additional drive-thru liquor locations, effective immediately. The motion also...
Linda Charles wasn’t surprised to see Gerald Stanley acquitted on Friday, but that doesn’t mean it wasn’t a painful experience. Charles, the Lac La Ronge Indian Band councillor for Stanley Mission, had followed Stanley’s trial in the news over the past two weeks. As soon...
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