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Prince Albert city council has officially approved the shortlist for five open Director-at-Large positions on the new Prince Albert Regional Economic Development Alliance (PREDA). Shortlist members Gordie Broda, Dan Yungwirth, Sharon Hopkins, Lynn Jansen, April Roberts-Poitras, Allan...
Raised crosswalks and speed display signs are coming to schools at four locations following a funding announcement from the provincial government. The city received $50,000 to build the crosswalks and signs, which will be used to calm...
Ward 3 Coun. Evert Botha and his “army” of volunteers collected about 20 bins of waste from their Pitch-In Week initiatives. Pitch-In Week is a national campaign that aims to encourage communities to pick up litter after the...
A vacant lot on Prince Albert's 13 Street West will soon house a grateful family. Katrina and George Slovak have been renting housing since they moved to Prince Albert from the Philippines three years ago.
Ben Hladun flips through a stack of photographs of his late wife, remembering her compassion for those struggling with their mental health. Joan (Joni) Hladun was a board member of the Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) Prince...
Prince Albert police arrested a suspect with “several” firearms warrants on Thursday morning. Just before 9:30 a.m., a patrol officer noticed a man known to police from previous encounters. He was in an SUV on...
A former RCMP officer has declared his candidacy for the Rural Municipality of Prince Albert’s vacant reeve position in an effort to help combat crime in the area. Eric Schmalz is one of thee candidates running...
Peter Stoicheff is no stranger to Prince Albert. When he was first named University of Saskatchewan president, he held an event at a local hotel that was well-attended by the community. But even...
The Métis Addictions Council of Saskatchewan Inc. (MACSI) is hoping to bring the community together Saturday night with an old-fashioned kitchen party. The organization, which operates addictions treatment centres across the province, including in Prince Albert, is...
While University of Saskatchewan supporters and alumni gathered at the future Prince Albert campus to discuss the building’s future Wednesday evening, representatives from CUPE picketed outside, eager to spread their message as contract talks between the two sides continue.
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