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Council looking to cap retail cannabis operations

A Prince Albert city councillor says two cannabis stores is enough for the city, but there are questions about how best to keep it...

‘Dylan has been my daily inspiration, my strength and my saviour’

GoFundMe supports mother of Lloydminster man found deceased outside of Prince AlbertA GoFundMe for Dylan Chretien and his...

Affinity Credit Union gives Hope’s Home a hand

Hope’s Home is getting a massive boost this Christmas season thanks to a matching grant program from Affinity Credit Union.The not-for-profit...

Caribou plan a step forward, but more work to be done, not-for-profits say

Two not-for-profits dedicated to conservation and sustainable land management say the recently-released draft SK2 West caribou range plan is a positive step forward for the...

FSIN calling for federal child welfare funding

The Federation of Soverign Indigenous Nations (FSIN) says its members are ready to implement jurisdiction to care for First Nations children, but a lack...

Google gives the gift of technology to Sask. Ronald McDonald House families

65 per cent of Canadians live in communities without a children's hospitalSick children and their families at Saskatoon's...

Île-à-la-Crosse couple gives gifts to local children with giant homemade Advent calendar

Brenda Morin and her husband Harold decorate their front yard differently every holiday season—one year they transformed it into Candyland and last year they...

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Autopsy identifies Dylan Chretien as deceased person found outside of city

By Peter Lozinski / December 11, 2019 / 0 Comments
Dylan Chretien has been identified as the deceased person found outside of Prince Albert last week. Chretien, 30, was last seen in the city on Oct. 27. His blue Toyota Tundra was found abandoned in Nordale on Nov. 1. Police...

Parkland Ambulance award recipients surprised and humbled by recognition

By Jayda Noyes / December 9, 2019 / 0 Comments
“Work is my escape. It's where my people are, my second family. They're the ones who help me through.” - Marissa Nyberg Parkland Ambulance handed out its 2019 awards at its annual Christmas party on Friday evening. Director of Public...

Updated: Missing BC woman found safe

By Peter Lozinski / December 11, 2019 / 0 Comments
Update: Debbie Schindler was found safe and sound. The RCMP thanked the public for its support. *** Original story below: The RCMP is asking for the public's assistance in locating a 52-year-old woman. Debbie Schindler was last seen leaving a...

Province invests $4.5M into gang reduction

By Jayda Noyes / December 10, 2019 / 0 Comments
STR8 Up providing services in central and northern Sask. with help of Prince Albert groups People involved in gangs and the associated criminal lifestyle will soon have more access to help. Saskatchewan's Ministry of Corrections and Policing announced its investing...

‘Dylan has been my daily inspiration, my strength and my saviour’

By Jayda Noyes / December 13, 2019 / 0 Comments
GoFundMe supports mother of Lloydminster man found deceased outside of Prince Albert A GoFundMe for Dylan Chretien and his mother is shedding light on the 30-year-old's “big, contagious smile” and loving heart. Chretien, who was from Lloydminster, was last seen...

Île-à-la-Crosse couple gives gifts to local children with giant homemade Advent calendar

By Jayda Noyes / December 12, 2019 / 0 Comments
Brenda Morin and her husband Harold decorate their front yard differently every holiday season—one year they transformed it into Candyland and last year they displayed a train made out of milk crates. This year they decided to make a giant...

Baker commits to University of Arkansas at Monticello

By Lucas Punkari / December 10, 2019 / 0 Comments
T.J. Baker got an early Christmas gift this past weekend. The Grade 12 student at Carlton Comprehensive High School will have a chance to continue his golf career south of the border next fall as he’s committed to the University...

‘You can see it in their faces:’ Common Ground partners building intercultural connections

By Jayda Noyes / December 10, 2019 / 0 Comments
Spring rolls, chicken abodo, bannock, dumplings and steam buns: those are just a few of the foods that were at a Prince Albert Common Ground Project event on Friday evening. The Common Ground Project consists of organizations such as the...

RCMP seize over half a kilogram of cocaine

By Peter Lozinski / December 9, 2019 / 0 Comments
The RCMP intercepted over 600 grams of cocaine during a routine traffic stop near Maidstone last Wednesday. According to a media release issued Monday evening, the RCMP Roving Traffic Unit was working on Highway 16 in the Maidstone area last...

Mintos dominate weekend series against the Argos

By Lucas Punkari / December 9, 2019 / 0 Comments
The Prince Albert Mintos’ final meetings with the Notre Dame Argos will go down as two of the most lopsided affairs in recent memory at the Art Hauser Centre. After cruising to a 12-0 triumph on Saturday, the Mintos followed...