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Today is World Wetlands day, and the Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) is out to educate the public about the importance of this often-overlooked environment. According to a media release sent out Wednesday, since settlement in Saskatchewan the province has...
Dana Ismail really likes Starbucks. Her favourite drink is the Very Berry Hibiscus Refresher, which contains 21 grams of sugar and has no significant nutritional value. Dana, a grade eight student at École Vickers School, said it’s hard to stay...
La Ronge author tells the story of life in the north in new book Miriam Koerner didn’t set out to write a book about dog sledding and life in the north, she just sort of fell into it. The La Ronge...
Two men thought they could escape police early Tuesday morning, but they couldn’t evade Police Service Dog (PSD) Daxa. Shortly after 4:30 a.m. Tuesday, officers on patrol observed a dark coloured Honda Civic travelling north on the 2800 block of...
As a weekly user of the Prince Albert Seniors Transportation Service, Eleanor George has made plenty of trips in the organizations two cars. For George, the service is an essential one, so when she heard the Prince Albert Firefighters Charity...
It’s been a time of change for Victory FM, and the local Christian radio station isn’t done yet. In 2016, the station expanded their operations to include a second transmitter, allowing the to broadcast on a second frequency, and now...
Winter Art Show guest curator maps out annual exhibition of local art Zachari Logan says taking on the role of guest curator and juror for the Mann Art Gallery’s (MAG) Winter Festival Juried Art Show and Sale is a challenge...

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Mintos rookie Sopotyk has four-goal night in win over Blazers Kyrell Sopotyk scored four goals to lead the Prince Albert Mintos to a 4-3 win over the Saksatoon Blazers on Tuesday night at the Art Hauser Centre. Sopotyk now ties...
An award-winning pianist is stopping in Prince Albert today as a part of his preparation for one of the world’s biggest piano competitions. Saskatoon’s Samuel Deason, who now resides in Indiana, is preparing for the 15th Van Cliburn International Piano...
Residents who leave their cars parked with the engine running could soon be facing a steep increase in fines. On Monday, city councillors began debating a new bylaw amendment that would see residents fined $300 if they leave their car...

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