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Downtown was filled with children wearing plastic fire hats and carrying balloons and umbrellas on Saturday. It smelled of street food as music wafted through the air. The annual Street Fair consisted of sidewalk sales,...
“Nearing the end, you start getting hungry and you're fantasizing about the snacks.” - Kyra Ives, winner of the 2019 Summit Run female half marathon Participants of the Prince Albert Summit Run crossed the...
The province is taking a look at its income assistance programs and services and a leader of a local non-profit has been named to the group. The province announced the members of its new...
A national not-for-profit is hoping to show dads that they can be there for their children — even from prison. The Canadian Families and Corrections Network (CFCN) is running a program called Dad HERO (Helping Everyone...
A ten-year sentence has been handed down to a man who pleaded guilty to fatally stabbing Jason Bird during a 2016 riot at Saskatchewan Penitentiary. Kelfort Watatech pleaded guilty to manslaughter on May 2....
A group of Saskatchewan women have launched a new provincial advocacy organization for those suffering from Lipedema, and a local resident who helped found it says it’s long overdue. The Saskatchewan Lipedema Association (SLA) officially received non-profit...
“You never know what could actually happen during an emergency.”- Pierce Pellerin, Saskatchewan First Nations Emergency Management First Nations communities from across Saskatchewan are gathering in Prince Albert for training in firefighting.
UPDATED: Jonte Montgrand has been located. The Prince Albert Police Service (PAPS) is seeking public assistance in locating 14-year-old Jonte Montgrand. He was last seen on the 1200 block of 1st...
Prince Albert residents had a chance to air some of their concerns about the provincial health system during an open house held by the provincial NDP Monday evening. The town hall was one of many being...
Expanding the hospital and providing affordable services to the province’s most vulnerable are two concerns agencies and residents of Prince Albert say are at the forefront of local residents’ minds, the provincial NDP says. Prince Albert Northcote...
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