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The City of Prince Albert’s transportation department head is recommending that 26 new bus stops be added and five removed to better serve the city’s transit users. On Monday, Prince Albert transportation and traffic manager Keri Sapsford presented findings and...

Chain of life

Pro-life supporters gathered up and down Second Avenue West on Sunday to pray and bring what they say is a message of hope to women considering abortion. Supporters and members of the Prince Albert Right to Life group held signs...
Twobears Bird will face one more year of jail for a string of break-and-enters, auto thefts and high-speed chases in rural areas
Police Chief Troy Cooper has gone from doubtful to critical on Ottawa’s marijuana plan, rejecting some key parts of the legislation and saying he’s “nervous” about next summer’s legalization deadline. Cooper has long seemed hesitant over marijuana legalization. Thursday, the...
A woman has been taken to hospital in good and stable condition after a brazen assault in broad daylight. Police were called to the corner of Central Avenue and 10th Street at about 1:30 p.m. for a call about an...
The Prince Albert Grand Council is selecting its next leader Tuesday, as four-term grand chief Ron Michel enters retirement. “It’s certainly a big day,” the 65-year-old Michel said. “It’s hard. I’ll miss everyone.” Three men – Brian Hardlotte, Elmer Ballantyne and...
Dulcie Charles and her daughter Christina are what you’d call “avid swimmers.” How avid? Some people visit theme parks or tourist attractions when travelling. The Charles’ will stop for a swim in the local pool and check out the programming. Given...
More than three decades ago, Marjorie Bodnarchuk began looking for ways to teach her two daughters about their Ukrainian heritage. On Sunday, she was recognized for her work promoting Ukrainian culture. It was a long journey for Bodnarchuk, who never expected...

Giving a little more

Edward Korzenoski wasn’t entirely sure what he was supporting, but that didn’t stop him from offering a donation. Korzenoski was one of hundreds of Prince Albert residents who gave to the Victoria Hospital Foundation during Give a Little Life Day...

Access denied

A proposal to allow snowmobiles access to Cosmo Lodge in Little Red River Park was shot down on Monday due to safety concerns. Prince Albert City Council voted unanimously to deny a request by the P.A. Trail Riders to allow...

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