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The effects of the provincial budget passed in March continue to be felt in Prince Albert as groups complete their budgets. The latest organization to reveal how the spending reductions will affect services is the Saskatchewan Rivers School Division. The...
Annual event honours workers killed and injured on the job Last year in Saskatchewan alone, 31 people were killed as a result of a workplace injury or illness. Friday morning a small group gathered outside City Hall to raise a flag...
Economy showing signs of life The Province of Saskatchewan received some good economic news this week as oil and retail sectors are showing projected increases. The Petroleum Services Association of Canada (PSAC) is forecasting a major increase in oil and gas...
An army of volunteers spread out across the city Thursday for the annual pitch in week clean-up. The City of Prince Albert and the Prince Albert Downtown Business Improvement District (PADBID) were two of the groups who worked to organize...
The wine flowed freely at the 27th annual Samuel McLeod Business Awards Thursday, a gala evening that recognizes Prince Albert’s leading companies and entrepreneurs. In front of a packed house at the Ches Leach lounge, Redhead Equipment was declared 2016’s...
The Ministry of Environment will unveil new standards that direct forestry operations to recreate the natural patterns of forest fires
For the last two days Prince Albert has been overflowing with firefighters as the Saskatchewan Association of Fire Chiefs (SAFC) kicked off their annual conference on Thursday. The event provides a venue for the province’s fire chiefs to network, learn...
With the 2017 Prince Albert city budget officially put to rest, city councillors can now turn their attention to an even bigger monster that needs slaying. Due to provincial cuts, the city faces a $3.5 million shortfall in 2018, and...

Down on the farm

Not every Prince Albert child has the chance to get out to a farm, so this week the Prince Albert Exhibition Association (PAEX) helped bring the farm to them. Students from more than 20 schools were on hand to learn...
A woman struck by a bus yesterday in Prince Albert has died. The 82-year-old woman from Prince Albert was crossing the intersection of 10th Avenue West and 24th Street East at 2:30 p.m. April 27 when she was hit by...

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