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With Prince Albert slated host of series of provincial, national and international events in 2018, Mayor Greg Dionne says 2017 with be year of preparation. Dionne made the comments after he his State of the City address at the Art...
Prince Albert Chamber of Commerce CEO Larry Fladager wants to see the city focus on what it does best instead of chasing big industries. The issue of attracting big businesses was one of several brought up after Mayor Greg Dionne’s...
A Saskatoon-based business owner who also operates in Prince Albert is being recognized for giving back to the communities in which his business is based. Vaughn Wyant, of the Wyant Group of Companies, owns several car dealerships in Saskatoon and...
Visible minorities could make up almost a third of the province’s population in twenty years, according to a new population forecast.

Falling behind

Blackhawks score three goals in three minutes, top Mintos 5-4 The Beardy’s Blackhawks got back at the Prince Albert Mintos on Tuesday night. Tian Rask scored three goals and added an assist to help lead the Blackhawks to a 5-4 victory...
A police dog helped officers track a break-and-enter suspect early Tuesday morning, following the scent for blocks to where they made an arrest. Police responded to a building alarm Tuesday at 1:52 a.m. A business, located on the 400 block...
Peter Abrametz may have lost his appeal at the Supreme Court, but the experience has only reinforced his esteem for the most powerful judges in Canada. “It was a privilege to be there,” the Prince Albert-based defence lawyer said. “They...
Prince Albert’s right-leaning federal and provincial representatives say they’re pleased with a recent executive order from newly inaugurated President Donald Trump that officially jumpstarts the Keystone XL and Dakota Access pipeline projects. Trump signed the executive orders on Tuesday, according...

Savings for seniors

Seniors is Prince Albert will have a little more cash to spend after city council voted to reduce the cost of monthly senior transportation passes during their meeting on Tuesday. The motion, which passed unanimously, will see rates for seniors...
An empty store in the Gateway Mall was bursting with the sound of children’s laughter on Saturday, as about a hundred people celebrated Family Literacy Day in Prince Albert. The event was organized by the Prince Albert Literacy Network, which...
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