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‘You still have hope:’ Prince Albert contestant for Miss World Canada...

Prince Albert's Laeticia Mwayuma is hoping to inspire other immigrants to follow their dreams now that she's following hers—the 26-year-old is set...

‘Small step on a road of many, many steps:’ USask COVID-19...

A potential COVID-19 vaccine developed in Saskatchewan is one step closer to a clinical trial.The University of Saskatchewan's...

COVID-19 pandemic sets back Sask. tourism sector

It may be Saskatchewan Tourism Week, but the COVID-19 pandemic has forced many of the province's must-see sites into a standstill for...

St. Mary student hopes winning artwork portrays strength after struggle

Grade 11 student Maria Trapane was shocked to hear she won the Best in Show Award at the Mann Art Gallery’s High...

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

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

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

Updated as of 5:37 p.m., Thursday, May 21.The government is giving businesses like restaurants and gyms the go...

Trudeau ‘really hopes’ landlords will apply for small business rent relief

The federal government is asking landlords to help small businesses by applying for a new loan program in light of COVID-19.

Province reports seventh death related to COVID-19

Updated as of 4:37 p.m., Wednesday, May 20.A seventh person in Saskatchewan who tested positive for COVID-19 has...

Lumeca to expand health care app to Sask. First Nations after...

Lumeca Health is hoping to improve access to licensed doctors and nurses in Saskatchewan First Nations.Lumeca is an...

Multicultural Council going virtual with this year’s Canada Day celebration

People in the Prince Albert and surrounding area can still take part in a local Canada Day celebration this year, although it...