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Prince Albert city council has rejected a plan to get a head start on next spring’s paving projects. On Monday, representatives from the city’s Department of Public Works brought forward a plan calling for additional work to be done on...

Going to the pound

Changes could be coming to impound lot fees as the City of Prince Albert weighs the pro’s and con’s of creating an impound to program. On Monday, city councillors approved a motion calling for the implementation and development of such...
Forestry and conservation were front and centre on Monday as the Canadian Institute of Forestry (CIF) and Ministry of Environment kicked off National Forest Week on Monday. The annual celebration of Canada’s woodlands launched at the Prince Albert Forest Centre...
It’s hard to get King George Public School librarian Corinne Bantle to say anything bad about books. But she’ll admit that some of her resources are a little bit dated. “There’s like a lot of really old and tattered titles...
Nearly a year after a fatal crash east of Saskatoon, police have charged a Prince Albert man with two counts of impaired driving causing death. David Deagnon, 31, was arrested Wednesday morning and charged in connection with a collision on...
Two men are dead and a woman is in hospital with multiple injuries after a Sunday night collision just north of Prince Albert. At about 8 p.m., Prince Albert RCMP were called to a collision on Highway 2 about 5.5...
New data shows suicide rate among First Nations teens more than four times higher than non-First Nations people in the same age group A discussion paper on suicide prevention authored for the Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations (FSIN) has revealed...
Both of Prince Albert’s school boards have announced their graduation rates for the last school year, and the news is mainly positive. Saskatchewan Rivers Public School Division reports that 69.4 per cent of their students due to graduate in 2016-2017...
Marlene Bird clutched a tissue in provincial court on Friday. Hearing Leslie Black apologize, three years after he left her burning in a parking lot, brought tears to her eyes. She learned that Black will serve a 16 year sentence...
Two people are caught up in a local child neglect case that one prosecutor said is among the worst she’s ever seen. Issac A. St. Pierre and Denise J. Danttouze are facing charges for criminal negligence and aggravated assault against...
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