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local entertainer will be the one to take people through it. Magician and hypnotist Roger Boucher has been named as the host of RiseUp TV, a program created to introduce the world to the personalities, sights and sounds of artists...
Old classics will mix with new fun next week as the annual Prince Albert Summer Fair comes to town. The 134th annual runs from Aug. 1-5, and is bringing in world-class entertainment to complement traditional livestock showings and a plethora...
Terra Lennox-Zepp loves Prince Albert’s downtown. The neighbourhood is more than just part of the city councillor’s ward. To her, it’s a unique part of the city to be celebrated. Lennox-Zepp wants others to know what she does about the...
Prince Albert's SWAT team assisted with a high-risk search Tuesday that turned up weapons, money and drugs. The search followed an investigation by Prince Albert's Integrated Street Enforcement Team, which concentrates on gang and drug activity. Police executed the warrant just...
Police Chief Troy Cooper said Monday's Statistics Canada numbers don't necessarily reflect the true impact of crime on the community
Changes could be coming to how the city provides public notice on controversial closures, developments and amendments. At Monday’s executive committee meeting, city councillors approved four recommendations governing the way walkway changes, Discretionary Use Development Permits and zoning bylaw amendments...
It’s nearly lunchtime, and Dr. Morris Markentin is busy testing a volunteer patient for Hepatitis C at Access Place. He’s using what’s called a Fibro-Scan, a “non-invasive ultrasound machine” that checks the liver for disease or scar tissue. The entire...
Police chief Troy Cooper filled us in about last week's Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police conference, where delegates talked cybercrime, marijuana and high-tech policing
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...
Every few years, Lela Arnold leaves her home in Green Lake and travels south past Prince Albert for Back to Batoche. Her family, like hundreds of others from British Columbia to Ontario, makes the trip to celebrate and learn about...

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