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P.A. author and artist discusses role of mittens in Métis culture In her latest book, local artist and author Leah Marie Dorion examines traditional Métis mitten-making and encourages others to participate in that tradition as well. Dorion introduced the book, Métis...
Prince Albert Concert Band presents first small ensemble concert For the first time the Prince Albert Concert Band is performing not as a single unit, but as multiple smaller ensembles. “I was thinking about how we hear the sound of the...

Timeless tribute

Brent Stewart’s Rod Stewart tribute has been called as close to the real thing as you can get, with a voice so similar  producers use it to pitch songs to the legend himself The E.A. Rawlinson Centre will be rocking...
Local rock group returns to Telemiracle to perform extended overnight set Prince Albert-based rock group Einsteins of 9 have been invited back to perform at the Kinsmen Foundation Telemiracle telethon in Regina next month. “Just based on last year’s audition and...
La Ronge author tells the story of life in the north in new book Miriam Koerner didn’t set out to write a book about dog sledding and life in the north, she just sort of fell into it. The La Ronge...
Winter Art Show guest curator maps out annual exhibition of local art Zachari Logan says taking on the role of guest curator and juror for the Mann Art Gallery’s (MAG) Winter Festival Juried Art Show and Sale is a challenge...
An award-winning pianist is stopping in Prince Albert today as a part of his preparation for one of the world’s biggest piano competitions. Saskatoon’s Samuel Deason, who now resides in Indiana, is preparing for the 15th Van Cliburn International Piano...
Saskatoon band Bombargo played their third ever Prince Albert gig on Saturday. For lead singer Nathan Thoen, it’s just another visit back home. In a packed Rock Trout Café, Thoen could see his old guitar teacher. His piano teacher was...
Local artists present scenes from nature in watercolours and oils Bonnie Denny and June Ricklefs have set out to capture on canvas the beauty of Northern Saskatchewan, from the lakes below to the skies above. Denny and Ricklefs, two members of...
One of the province’s most renowned historians was in Prince Albert Saturday to promote his latest book. It’s a synthesis of early Saskatchewan history that makes indigenous people actors in their own story, not part of the set. A World...

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