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Prince Albert, Saskatchewan
Monday, November 12, 2018

Wildlife returning after controlled Rabbit Creek fire ran askew

A couple months after Parks Canada declared a wildfire extinguished, animals are coming back to their recovering homes in Prince Albert National Park. The Rabbit...

Two youths facing firearms charges

Prince Albert police arrested two males, ages 17 and 15, on Thursday for firearms-related offences. This was after receiving a report of a male with...

Lawton Partners cuts ribbon on new, renovated office

Jayda Noyes, Daily Herald If you're looking for Lawton Partners on Prince Albert's South Industrial Drive, you won't find it. The financial planning company invested in...

Three arrested after break-and-enters on Tuesday

Prince Albert police have arrested three suspects after two break-and-enters on Tuesday afternoon. Around 2:40 p.m., officers were dispatched to the 2100 block of 2nd...

Chamber members grill federal minister on pipeline plans

Federal minister Scott Brison came to Prince Albert Tuesday to make a major funding announcement and to speak to the city’s business community at...

‘They can’t help themselves:’ national adoption event in P.A. for first time

Jayda Noyes, Daily Herald About 30 animals visiting PetSmart this weekend don't have proper homes, but workers are hoping to change that reality with their...

Sask. becomes one of two provinces with Moody’s highest credit rating

Moody's Investors Service confirmed Saskatchewan's AAA credit rating on Tuesday, their highest available for Canadian provinces. According to Finance Minister Donna Harpauer, it's "a further...

Governments fund water quality and road improvements across Sask.

Millions of dollars are sweeping across the province's small communities to modernize water quality treatment and roads. François-Phillippe Champagne, Minister of Infrastructure and Communities, and...

P.A. and northern Sask. combine for 20 per cent of province’s child benefit funding

Prince Albert and northern Saskatchewan families account for over 20 per cent of all of Saskatchewan’s Canada Child Benefit dollars, according to data unveiled...

P.A. crime prevention program receives $1.9M in federal funding

Jayda Noyes, Daily Herald The federal government is providing nearly $1.9 million in funding to Prince Albert's Catholic Family Services (CFS) for a crime prevention...

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