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The Parkland Community Club has a one-year lifeline after Prince Albert city council officially voted on Monday to operate it through 2018. The club entered dire straights on July 31, 2017 when city’s operation agreement with North Sask. Métis Nation...
City administration has revealed its proposed 2018 budget, recommending a two per cent tax hike to fill gaps left by provincial cuts and inflation. Under the proposal, the city would require $70.3 million in revenue. That’s up $2.4 million from...
Saturday, as the soldiers of the Salvation Army celebrated a 125-year presence in Prince Albert, captain Laura Van Schaik read a letter. It came all the way from London, England. “A celebratory occasion such as this offers a timely opportunity...
Mayor Greg Dionne stopped just short of endorsing Scott Moe for Saskatchewan Party leader, after meeting the candidate during a campaign visit Monday. During their talk, Moe reiterated his support for a fully funded regional hospital in Prince Albert –...
Liana Maloney said she can still help animals at the new retail store, which adopts out dogs and cats from Northern Animal Rescue
Strong winds and Saskatchewan wildlife combined to leave most of Prince Albert and vast areas of northern Saskatchewan in the dark on Sunday. Parts of the city were without power for roughly an hour after a beaver gnawed away at...
Agriculture, infrastructure funding, healthcare priorities and education were just some of the topics up for debate as Saskatchewan Party leadership candidates gathered in Melfort on Thursday. Tina Beaudy-Mellor, Ken Cheveldayoff, Alanna Koch, Scott Moe and Gord Wyant all took the...
The strength of the Saskatchewan Party has traditionally been in rural areas, but if Thursday’s debate in Melfort is any indication, success in the next election will depend on the cities. Of the five candidates who took part Thursday’s debate,...
The Prince Albert Catholic School Division (PACSD) has one of the highest per capita rates of French Immersion students in the province, and that number will soon be reflected in the name of their largest high school. Starting in January...
Two of the six people arrested in Prince Albert’s largest-ever cocaine bust have pleaded guilty. Kelsey Bear and Trevor McKay were facing trafficking charges after police found 11.25 kilograms of cocaine in an apartment last August. Both entered guilty pleas...
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