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Evacuees from wildfires in a northwestern Ontario community are not currently expected in Prince Albert as conditions improve. Roughly 420 people from the Pikangikum First Nation area arrived at the University of Regina late last week,...
A 19-year-old man is deceased and another 17-year-old male has non-life threatening injuries after a single vehicle rollover in Montreal Lake. According to an RCMP news release, Waskesiu Lake and Montreal Lake officers responded...
Angela Morrison was a bubbly high school graduate who loved gymnastics, scary movies, her siblings and reading. After she lost her battle with depression in March 2018, her family and friends began looking for ways to...
The inaugural Emergency Services Partners Fundraiser Golf Tournament was a successful one, and organizers are hoping for more of the same in 2019. Last year Parkland Ambulance and the Prince Albert Fire Department partnered together with Northern...
Prince Albert is in line to receive a few hundred wildfire evacuees from Northern Ontario. Saskatchewan answered a call for assistance put out by the Ontario Government Wednesday seeking help accommodating evacuees fleeing wildfire and smoke in...
City staff aren’t concerned about the health or safety of the two remaining paddling pools, though the long-term plans are to replace them with spray parks. Earlier this month the Herald reported on the Kinsmen Park spray...
Paramedics took one person to hospital on Friday after a car crashed into the Lake Country Co-op Food Store in Prince Albert. Located in the Cornerstone area on 15th Street East, the building and...
The new mental health beds coming to Prince Albert and other communities are a welcome start, but far from adequate to keep up with the need, NDP mental health critic Danielle Chartier says. The 75 new...
Bailey Sutherland, Daily Herald While shopping at farmers’ markets are a great way to get fresh, local food, Health Canada would like to remind Canadians of some food safety tips to keep you and your family...
Bailey Sutherland, Daily Herald The number of distracted drivers has gone up in May and the province is looking at implementing harsher punishments. The dramatic rise in numbers, with 1042 distracted...
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