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Michelle Anaquod has struggled to live on her own. She’s had trouble paying her rent and accessing social services she needs to get through her day-to-day life. Not anymore. Anaquod is one of four Prince Albert residents who have moved into brand...
Prince Albert is about to get moving to support people with brain injuries. The 15th annual Saskatchewan Brain Injury Association (SBIA) Brain Boogie is coming on September 9. The walk/run raises money that will be used to provide supports and...
Alexis Anderson was hardly a model prisoner during her last stint at Pine Grove Correctional Centre. According to the Crown, she threatened other inmates, tried to persuade her guards to bring in contraband and successfully smuggled crystal meth into...
Police say a missing 14-year-old girl could be in Prince Albert. Monica Bird was last seen at a residence in Rosthern on July 10, 2017. The RCMP say they’ve been investigating the case since the teen was reported missing, but...
Marlene Bird and Patrick Lavallee used to visit the lakeshore by their home in Timber Bay. It reminded Bird of her teenage years, when she went fishing with her family. “I thought about my grandma,” she said. The trip to the...
The Crown has consented to the release of a man facing manslaughter charges for a Pelican Narrows killing. Brennan Lee Cook was set to be freed from jail on Thursday, after appearing briefly by video in Prince Albert’s provincial courthouse....
A Deschambault Lake First Nation man received medical attention for a gunshot wound after being shot by a member of the Deschambault Lake RCMP. According to a press release, RCMP members were responding to multiple complaints about a gunshot on...
A leading First Nations figure came out against the province's new rural crime plan, which she said could put more Indigenous people at risk. Heather Bear, a vice chief with the Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations, said the move to expand...
Prince Albert’s police chief says the province’s new rural crime strategy will have an impact on the city’s police force, forcing them to reshuffle officer priorities. But the end result, Chief Troy Cooper told the Daily Herald, should be a...
A new survey from job website Monster Canada is shedding light on one of the main reasons people leave their jobs – stress. According to the survey, one in four working Canadians have left a job due to stress and...
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