Home Home

Home

Local News

Active COVID-19 cases in Sask. drops to 88 on Saturday

Saskatchewan's active case count of COVID-19 continued to decline on Saturday to 88. That number is the result of only three new...

Police investigation reveals various types of drugs and over $60K in cash

Three people are facing various drugs and weapons-related charges following a Prince Albert police investigation on Thursday.Members of...

City may want to consider redeveloping parts of West Flat to protect against flooding:...

The authors of a new flood mapping study say the City of Prince Albert may want to consider redeveloping the most at-risk...

‘My second dad:’ P.A. woman remembers Charlie Squires, the Jam Man, for a family...

Although Prince Albert knew Charlie Squires as the Jam Man, the 93-year-old is being remembered for much more than his sweet spreads.

22 cabins from USask Kenderdine Campus relocated to Montreal Lake Cree Nation

The University of Saskatchewan (USask) is relocating 22 cabins from the currently-shuttered Emma Lake Kenderdine Campus to assist an Indigenous community in...

Mother of Christopher Van Camp ‘very satisfied’ with killer’s sentence

Christopher Van Camp’s mother is “very satisfied” with the sentence handed down to the man who killed her son.

STF ratifies new agreement with province

The Saskatchewan Teachers Federation and their membership voted 85 per cent in favour of a new four-year Agreement in a vote that...

Sports

Arts

Opinions

Follow Us

LOCAL WEATHER

Prince Albert
clear sky
10.6 ° C
10.6 °
10.6 °
73 %
3kmh
5 %
Mon
22 °
Tue
21 °
Wed
14 °
Thu
13 °
Fri
14 °

Trending stories

Project pandemic: mapping the outbreak

By Daily Herald / May 8, 2020 / 0 Comments
In an effort to track COVID-19 and its impact on different populations, especially the most vulnerable, journalists and journalism students at news organizations and universities from across Canada have come together to compile data from government health authorities and self-reported...

Friday COVID-19 update: Canada at 157 cases, travel not advised, Tony Cote games and other events cancelled

By Peter Lozinski / March 13, 2020 / 0 Comments
Cancellations continued to pile up Friday, as both the E.A. Rawlinson Centre and Spark Theatre announced cancellations. Spark Theatre cancelled its planned upcoming pair of shows, Gin and the Real Inspector Hound. Friday's Terry Barber performance at the E.A. Rawlinson...

‘The general public does not need to be concerned’ — First presumptive case of COVID-19 confirmed in Sask.

By Peter Lozinski / March 11, 2020 / 0 Comments
Saskatchewan's first presumptive case of COVID-19 was confirmed by the province Thursday. According to a press release from the Ministry of Health, the first case is a Saskatoon resident who is in their 60s who recently travelled to Egypt. After...

Welcome home, Kendrah

By Peter Lozinski / May 19, 2020 / 0 Comments
Kendrah points enthusiastically at a parade held in her honour on May 19, 2020 (Peter Lozinski/Daily Herald)Kendrah, 5, reacts to a parade held in her honour on May 19, 2020. (Peter Lozinski/Daily Herald)Kendrah, 5, plays with a balloon before a...

Food truck owner looking for answer after being denied business licence

By Jason Kerr / May 19, 2020 / 0 Comments
At this time last year, Kyra Robillard was busy serving meals and taking orders. This year, she’s wondering if she’ll do that at all over the next three months. Robillard, the owner and operator of food truck Baby Got Bannock,...

22 cabins from USask Kenderdine Campus relocated to Montreal Lake Cree Nation

By Peter Lozinski / May 22, 2020 / 0 Comments
The University of Saskatchewan (USask) is relocating 22 cabins from the currently-shuttered Emma Lake Kenderdine Campus to assist an Indigenous community in need of additional housing during the COVID-19 pandemic. The relocation of 22 cabins, along with the demolition of...

Province planning for phase 3 of reopening economy to start June 8

By Jayda Noyes / May 21, 2020 / 0 Comments
Updated as of 5:37 p.m., Thursday, May 21. The government is giving businesses like restaurants and gyms the go ahead to reopen in just over two weeks should COVID-19 numbers stay put. Phase three of the Re-Open Saskatchewan Plan, set...

‘Like a grass fire on a much larger scale’

By Peter Lozinski / May 19, 2020 / 0 Comments
An abundance of old, dead underbrush and swirling winds are complicating matters for the small fire crew working on containing a large wildfire burning in the Fort à la Corne Provincial Forest. Named the English fire after a fire tower...

Weather gives firefighters help as English Wildfire growth slows

By Peter Lozinski / May 20, 2020 / 0 Comments
Smoke from the English Wildfire burning east of Prince Albert in the Fort à la Corne Provincial Fire is expected to blow into the city this afternoon. Environment Canada has issued an air quality advisory for the city. The fire...

Lots of interest from council in creating La Colle Falls historic site

By Jason Kerr / May 21, 2020 / 0 Comments
The Community Services Department and Prince Albert Historical Society will start outlining a plan to create a recreation development or historic site at La Colle Falls hydroelectric dam and the nearby city-owned property. Ward 5 Coun. Dennis Ogrodnick was responsible...

Feds eliminate minimum payroll requirements to access Canada Emergency Business Account

By Jason Kerr / May 19, 2020 / 0 Comments
Businesses with no payroll can now qualify for a Canada Emergency Business Account (CEBA) loan after the federal government expanded the eligibility criteria on Monday. The decision affects business owners who are self-employed or sole proprietors, family businesses who pay...

Province reports seventh death related to COVID-19

By Jayda Noyes / May 20, 2020 / 0 Comments
Updated as of 4:37 p.m., Wednesday, May 20. A seventh person in Saskatchewan who tested positive for COVID-19 has died. In a Wednesday news release, the provincial government said the resident was in their 60s and from the northern region....

‘My second dad:’ P.A. woman remembers Charlie Squires, the Jam Man, for a family promise

By Jayda Noyes / May 22, 2020 / 0 Comments
Although Prince Albert knew Charlie Squires as the Jam Man, the 93-year-old is being remembered for much more than his sweet spreads. Squires, a resident of the Northcote Manor, passed away early Wednesday afternoon. He's well known for making jams...