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Carlton students come home from skills competition with medals

Six students from Carlton Comprehensive High School proved Friday that they are some of the most skilled in Saskatchewan. The...

Three new Indigenous languages added to provincial curriculum

Starting next year, three more Indigenous language courses will be available for school divisions across the province. On Tuesday, the...

Producers and municipalities receive climate resiliance assistance

The Water Security Agency (WSA) of Saskatchewan has received a boost from the federal government as it works to help communities and agricultural producers...

Woman accused in homicide has case adjourned

One of five people charged with first-degree murder in the death of 22-year-old Kristopher Charles had their case adjourned to April 23.

Police seize two kilograms of meth, weapons, cash and a large amount of cocaine...

A lengthy drug trafficking investigation led to a large seizure of methamphetamine and of a cutting agent for cocaine.

Dispute over city land sale leaves local non-profit puzzled

A Prince Albert non-profit is wondering what it will take to purchase a piece of city property they previously tried to buy more than...

Search and rescue added to list for volunteer emergency responder tax credit

The provincial government appears to have added a third group that was originally overlooked for its incoming tax credit for volunteer first responders announced...

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Dispute over city land sale leaves local non-profit puzzled

By Jason Kerr / April 16, 2019 / 0 Comments
A Prince Albert non-profit is wondering what it will take to purchase a piece of city property they previously tried to buy more than five years ago. KIN Enterprises Inc., a Prince Albert organization that employs roughly 190 individuals with...

Raiders headed to Eastern Conference final

By Lucas Punkari / April 14, 2019 / 0 Comments
The Prince Albert Raiders are among the final four teams in the 2019 Western Hockey League playoffs. Thanks to a 6-3 win over the Saskatoon Blades at the SaskTel Centre Sunday, the Raiders earned a 4-2 Eastern Conference semifinal series...

Stagnant liquor permits “do not exist” says SLGA

By Jason Kerr / April 12, 2019 / 0 Comments
Prince Albert city council is looking at changing city bylaws over concerns about stagnant liquor permits in the community, however the Saskatchewan Liquor and Gaming Authority (SLGA) has denied that any such permits exist. On April 8, Mayor Greg Dionne...

Drive-in proposed for Gateway Mall roof

By Peter Lozinski / April 12, 2019 / 0 Comments
The drive-in might be returning to Prince Albert this summer. Gateway Mall manager Sharon Faul confirmed that the mall is in talks to bring a drive-in to the rooftop parking lot this summer. Nothing has been finalized as of yet,...

Exhibition explores loss of language and identity steps from where it happened

By Peter Lozinski / April 12, 2019 / 0 Comments
When you walk into Audrey Dreaver’s solo exhibition at the Mann Art Gallery,  the first thing on your right is a clicker.  Friday afternoon, mere hours before the show’s opening reception, it read “1472.” Everyone who views the touring show...

Saskatchewan Polytechnic laying off 19 staff members

By Peter Lozinski / April 12, 2019 / 0 Comments
Saskatchewan Polytechnic has announced that it is laying off 19 staff members. In a media statement, the institution said the layoffs are part of its annual operational review “to ensure program alignment with current market demand, operating efficiencies and budget...

2018-19 WHL Season Review: The Quarter-Finalists

By Lucas Punkari / April 15, 2019 / 0 Comments
This is the third in a six-part series that will run over the course of the next two months as the 2018-19 Western Hockey League season draws to a close. As each of the 22 teams wrap up their campaigns,...

Raiders cruise to Game 5 triumph over Blades

By Lucas Punkari / April 12, 2019 / 0 Comments
After being stymied by Nolan Maier for two straight games, the Prince Albert Raiders offence made sure that wasn't the case Friday. In front of another sellout crowd at the Art Hauser Centre, the Raiders were able to solve the...

Carlton students come home from skills competition with medals

By Peter Lozinski / April 16, 2019 / 0 Comments
Six students from Carlton Comprehensive High School proved Friday that they are some of the most skilled in Saskatchewan. The school sent 16 students to the Provincial Skills Canada competition last week, and came back with six medals, including two...

Prince Albert archers on target at 2019 provincial tournament

By Jason Kerr / April 15, 2019 / 0 Comments
Competitors from Prince Albert’s Timberland Bowbenders came away with five gold medals and another four silvers as archers from across the province descended on the Alfred Jenkins Field House for the 2019 SAA Indoor Archery Target Provincial Championships. Timberland archers...

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