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Prince Albert, Saskatchewan
Monday, April 23, 2018


Jared Charles’ sentencing was delayed again due to continued problems with information contained in a Gladue report prepared ahead of his sentencing. Charles pleaded guilty late last year to kidnapping and sexually assaulting an eight-year-old girl. The abduction led to...
NDP leader Ryan Meili questioned the Saskatchewan Party’s commitment to reducing the impacts of climate change during a stop in Prince Albert Friday. Meili visited the Prince Albert Daily Herald office during a day of meetings in the city. He responded...
The provincial government isn’t doing enough to support northern Saskatchewan or the Indigenous population, the NDP says. The provincial budget, tabled on April 10, included a 1.5 per cent decrease for targeted First Nations and Métis funding. According to a...
The government should be doing more to improve education and economic development, instead of boasting how much it is spending on health and social services, NDP leader Ryan Meili says. Meili and other members of the provincial NDP caucus were...
Play to depict old cons showing corrupt mayor new tricks This week’s production of the Robin Hood Caper put on by the Prince Albert Community Players will highlight a handful of firsts. The comedy, written by Fred Carmichael, consists of a...
Dozens of delicious cookies and a trio of talented singers will be on display for the 11th straight year this Sunday. The annual Arioso concert, a fundraiser for Grandmothers for Grandmothers, is a partnership between the Arioso trio (Linda Jensen,...
Students reminded of dangers of impaired driving Robin Keays knows what it’s like to be in a devastating car crash caused by an impaired driver. The vice president of MADD Prince Albert is a survivor of such a crash herself. That’s...
Store celebrated grand opening Thursday night There may be many grocery stores in the city, but Prince Albert’s newest store thinks it has the right ingredients to stand out from the pack. Save-On-Foods held its Prince Albert grand opening celebration Thursday...

A fresh start

Former pharmacy technician opens city’s first Freshii After working in some of the city’s pharmacies for eight years, Rishi Sankhla knew he wanted a change. Sankhla came to Prince Albert nine years ago. He’s a pharmacist by trade, but doesn’t have...
Members of a ’60s Scoop survivor advocacy group say they are pleasantly surprised with how the provincial government has responded to a day of protests held last month. On March 16, ’60s Scoop survivors and their supporters held a day...

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