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Alcohol strategy committee encouraging a rethink of drinking habits

The Prince Albert Community Alcohol Strategy Steering Committee (CASSC) is encouraging people to be more aware of their drinking habits.

David Leask uses ‘musical museum’ to tell story of Sask. Doukhobors

Award-winning singer/songwriter David Leask has released a new record inspired by a guitar made up of fragments of Canadian history, including the...

Prince Albert hosting month-long Culture Days to provide accessible activities

Prince Albert residents have the opportunity to enjoy a variety of free arts and culture activities starting on Friday.

City approves River Street location for missing and murdered monument

A Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls (MMIWG) monument will soon sit along the riverbank.Prince Albert city...

Rawlinson lights up red to alert public of pandemic’s impact on...

A Prince Albert venue lit the night red on Tuesday to raise awareness for an industry that COVID-19 has left in the...

John M. Cuelenaere library set to reopen Oct. 5 with COVID-19...

The newly renovated John M. Cuelenaere Public Library is reopening its doors on Oct. 5.In the meantime, the...

Local Terry Fox Run raises over $14K for 40th anniversary

The Prince Albert Terry Fox Run raised over $14,000 for cancer research this year despite the pandemic forcing the committee to take...

City planning on redirecting Rotary Trail after erosion near 16th Avenue...

The City of Prince Albert is preparing to realign a portion of the Rotary Trail after a soil erosion report earlier this...

The Knotty Pine Bistro owner hopes to draw more visitors to...

Prince Albert's Little Red River Park has a new addition: The Knotty Pine Bistro.This comfort food-style restaurant housed...

‘No case is ever closed unless we have the truth’

Prince Albert police have one main message to the public when it comes to missing persons: “Any information is good information.”