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A SaskPower program that allows individuals, groups and corporations to generate their own renewable and carbon-neutral power received more applicants than there was space in the program. The successful applicants were announced via...
The Prince Albert Food Bank sees a lot of children come through its doors. In any given month, between 47 and 50 per cent of all visits were children. This is despite...
The annual Coldest Night of the Year fundraiser is set for another journey out into the cold. The third annual walk will leave from Save-on-Foods, which is running events and draws in support of the fundraiser,...
Roughly two months after Prince Albert’s new Board of Police Commissioners was unveiled, city council is still debating whether Mayor Greg Dionne followed proper procedure. Debate began on Monday after council received a letter accusing...
Airport safety was one of the themes Thursday as federal Minister of Indigenous Services Seamus O’Regan visited Saskatchewan. O’Regan visited the La Ronge (Barber Field) Airport during a trip to the northern community to announce funding...
When the Victoria Hospital Foundation (VHF) launched its campaign to build a new Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) in September, they expected it would take three years to reach their goal. It took just six months.

On the move?

The Prince Albert Multicultural Council (PAMC) has hosted Canada Day celebrations in Kinsmen Park since 2013, but that could change this year. The group is in discussions with the city’s Community Services Department to move the celebrations...
Prince Albert’s planned crokicurl sheet began to take shape in Memorial Square Tuesday. The project, put forward by the Prince Albert Downtown Business Improvement District (PADBID) with support from the city and the Prince Albert...
An agreement signed in Mistawasis Nêhiyawak Tuesday will help members of that community earn a continuing care assistant certificate while staying close to home. The agreement, signed between Mistawasis Nêhiyawak and Saskatchewan Polytechnic, means the theoretical classroom...
The Province of Saskatchewan is launching a new campaign to spread awareness about what an opioid overdose looks like and what can be done to help save someone’s life. The awareness campaign, launched Tuesday, is designed...

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