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Hoback introduces bill to create home security tax credit

Prince Albert MP Randy Hoback has introduced a bill to create a Home Security Tax Credit, which the Conservatives say will help address rural...

Whitefish wins NDP nomination in Sask Rivers

For the second election in a row, Lyle Whitefish will represent the NDP in Saskatchewan Rivers.The former FSIN vice-chief...

Victoria Hospital Foundation joins forces with P.A. Pharmacy to offer memorial scholarship

The Victoria Hospital Foundation (VHF) has announced the owners of P.A. Pharmacy as its title sponsors for a new scholarship in honour of the...

Longtime Bears’ president to be inducted into women’s hall of fame

A champion for women’s hockey is being honoured for her work building the game.Laura Quesnel has been announced as...

RM of Big River garage battle headed to court

A dispute between a land owner and the RM of Big River is slated to appear before a judge.

Accessible transit improvements needed, Sask. Human Rights commissioner says

Chief Commissioner David Arnot said the Saskatchewan Human Rights Commission (SHRC) is hoping to work with Prince Albert stakeholders to improve accessible transportation within the...

Weapons bust leads to 30 charges for Prince Albert man

A 40-year-old man is facing 30 weapons and firearms-related charges following a traffic stop on Wednesday.The Prince Albert...

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Rules dispute amongst levels of Métis Nation – Saskatchewan holds up funding for Prince Albert

By Peter Lozinski / February 25, 2020 / 0 Comments
A dispute between different branches of government in the Métis Nation-Saskatchewan has led to funding for urban programming to be held out while the two sides sort out their issues. Last week the three urban Métis locals for Prince Albert...

No injuries reported after school bus collides with truck on Highway 3

By Daily Herald / February 26, 2020 / 0 Comments
No injuries were reported after a collision between a school bus and a half-ton truck on Wednesday. The incident occurred along Highway 3 near Birch Hills just before 4 p.m. Traffic will be rerouted for the next several hours as...

Prince Albert group stands in solidarity with Wet’suwet’en First Nation

By Jayda Noyes / February 22, 2020 / 0 Comments
"We are connected to the earth as one, as a nation." - Talon Halsall A Prince Albert group is hosting peaceful gatherings to stand in solidarity with British Columbia's Wet'suwet'en First Nation. Hereditary Chiefs in the unceded territory—meaning they never...

Councillor removed from meeting according to RM of Prince Albert

By Michael Oleksyn / February 26, 2020 / 0 Comments
On February 13 at the regular council meeting of the Rural Municipality of Prince an incident occurred with Division 5 councillor Wayne Acorn which necessitated his removal. As well council placed sanctions on Acorn by resolution. The RM of Prince...

PAGC hopes new curfew bylaw will benefit all Prince Albert residents

By Jason Kerr / February 26, 2020 / 0 Comments
The Prince Albert Grand Council is hopeful that a new curfew bylaw passed by city council will benefit all residents and keep the community safe. Prince Albert city council voted to implement the new bylaw by a 7-2 margin at...

Winter Festival tournament shows arm wrestling isn’t just a show of strength

By Jayda Noyes / February 23, 2020 / 0 Comments
It’s lunchtime on the last Saturday of the 2020 Prince Albert Winter Festival. While many flooded the fish fry tent ready to scarf down a meal, some were only hungry for a big win. Arm wrestling may not be the...

Early Years Family Resource Centre takes on first day of operation

By Daily Herald / February 25, 2020 / 0 Comments
The Prince Albert Early Years Family Resource Centre opened its doors on Tuesday. The centre—located in the Gateway Mall—is available for families with children up to five years of age. The space contains several play areas targeted for babies and...

Council drops lot prices in bid to boost residential construction

By Jason Kerr / February 25, 2020 / 0 Comments
City-owned lots in Prince Albert’s Crescent Acres neighbourhood will be a lot cheaper after city council voted to reduce sale prices by adjusting the franchise fee. As a result, the 38 lots currently for sale in Crescent Acres will be...

The end of an era

By Lucas Punkari / February 23, 2020 / 0 Comments
Beardy's Blackhawks play their final game in the Saskatchewan Midget AAA Hockey League As players from the last 25 years of Beardy's Blackhawks Midget AAA hockey were introduced at the Willow Cree Memorial Sport Centre, a fan yelled out to...

Sask. Poly meat shop sees successful sales on first day open for spring students

By Jayda Noyes / February 27, 2020 / 0 Comments
Store an element of modernized program after boom in meat cutting industry, says instructor Saskatchewan Polytechnic's student-operated meat shop is open for the season. Retail Meat Cutting instructor Don Cyr said the 22-week program runs two times a year, one...