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Prince Albert residents can now ride the bus later in the evening. New routes, longer hours and $25 monthly passes for seniors, students and children took effect Tuesday. Transit will not run until 11:15 p.m. Monday to Saturday. Previously, the bus...
Aaron Pritchett always has a good time at the Canadian Country Music Awards. The B.C.-based country music artist, who is up for two awards this year, doesn’t expect this year to be an exception. But before Pritchett arrives in Saskatoon for...
A new special needs transportation service is open for business. AV Shuttle has been in business in Saskatoon since 1994. It’s run by Kelly Rapko, who was born and raised in Prince Albert. The company recently expanded its operations to...
During a trip to Prince Albert for a save-our-Crowns demonstration, NDP leadership candidate Trent Wotherspoon said he’d accept union donations to support his campaign. That comes just days after his main competitor, Ryan Meili, said he’d refuse contributions from corporations...
A small fire broke out at Vincent Massey Community School Wednesday, prompting the safe evacuation of hundreds of students. According to Battalion Chief Gerald Parks of the Prince Albert Fire Department, the fire broke out shortly before noon. He said...
A man charged with molesting a minor pleaded not guilty Wednesday, sending his case to a November trial. Michael T. Fosseneuve appeared by video in front of a judge in Prince Albert's provincial court. He had a small team of...
After a generous gift from a Saskatoon woman, Marlene Bird is ready to roll. “Now I can walk,” she said, “pretend I have my legs.” It was Tuesday in front of the Prince Albert Indian Métis Friendship Centre. Bird, best known...
A recent survey conducted by CAA shows parents are growing more concerned about unsafe driving practices in school zones. Results from the survey indicate the top two driving behaviours parents spotted in school zones are speeding and distracted driving. The news...
Ken Tickner doesn’t pick his photo subjects. They pick him. The Saskatoon-based photographer, who grew up in Prince Albert, photographs scenes of nature that capture his attention. A selection of those images of man-made and natural environments is on display...

Moving along

Local band releasing first single off forthcoming album All Mighty Voice is singing a different sort of tune. The local band released the music video for the first single off of their forthcoming album. The track, Keep on Moving, will be...
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