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Prince Albert, Saskatchewan
Friday, March 23, 2018


Jeremy Thompson of the Saskatchewan Rush talks to students about the healing power of lacrosse It hasn’t been an easy journey for Jeremy Thompson. The Saskatchewan Rush transition player and defender has faced a long uphill battle in his life, but...
Ward 4 Coun. Don Cody says there’s no doubt the city needs some upgraded recreation facilities, but whether it can afford the costs that come with in it another matter. Cody made the comments following the city’s third neighbourhood meeting,...
Prince Albert was the latest stop on a Senate Committee fact-finding mission designed to lay the groundwork for an improved relationship between the Canadian government and Canada’s Indigenous peoples. On Thursday, six members of the Canadian senate spent the day...
Hoopla tips off Thursday evening at four locations across the city; 48 teams from 12 regions will play 54 games over three days Saskatchewan’s version of March Madness is back, and for the first time in 22 years it’s being...
A day after a historic church was demolished in the Village of Meath Park, the village's bylaw officer has responded to concerns about how the process was handled. Chris Letendre of B&B Enforcement Service is the appointed bylaw officer and...
Parkland Ambulance is reminding people to be careful with old medications This week is National Poison Prevention Week, and between that and spring-cleaning, director of public affairs Lyle Karasiuk thinks there isn’t a better time to check your medicine cabinet...
An aging landmark in the Village of Meath Park is no more. The former Ukrainian Catholic* Church, located across from Meath Park School, was demolished Tuesday afternoon after falling into disrepair more than a decade ago. Students from the school and...
The Prince Albert and District Chamber of Commerce is looking for a new CEO, again. The chamber announced CEO Kelvin Pankiw, who took over the job from retired former CEO Larry Fladager on January 15, has been terminated effective Friday. The...
Legal marijuana is coming, and businesses need to be ready. That was the main message of the marijuana portion of Saskatchewan Chamber of Commerce CEO Steve McLellan’s message Friday afternoon at the upstairs boardroom above My Place. McLellan was in...
Sask. Chamber of Commerce CEO urges businesses to find ways to improve unemployment gap for Indigenous people One of the province’s biggest untapped resources is the skillset of Indigenous peoples. That was one of the topics Saskatchewan Chamber of Commerce CEO...

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