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Automatic licence plate readers make it easier on police to bust drivers who shouldn't be on the roads Motorists driving in Saskatchewan wish a suspended licence or in a stolen vehicle have an even greater chance of being caught thanks...
Final touches on preparations for the 2017 Prince Albert Winter Festival are underway, and this year organizers are working to appeal to even more people. The festival, one of Canada’s longest consecutively-running, kicks off next Thursday with the 25th anniversary...
The province’s public sector unions are in an uproar over comments made my Premier Brad Wall that seem to indicate his government is considering cutting thousands of jobs in health care, and possibly education. Wall made the comments during his...
Contest asks entrepreneurs to pitch their best ideas for a chance at a free year at Gateway Mall Budding entrepreneurs in Prince Albert, get ready. A competition is coming that could land you a free first year of a lease...
Winter Festival exhibition reception to be held Friday, Curator walk Saturday The first highly anticipated Winter Festival-related event is almost here. Friday marks the official launch of the 41st annual Winter Festival Art Show and Sale at the Mann Art Gallery. This...
The Prince Albert Minor Hockey Association is defending itself after game officials accused parents and the coaching staff of verbal abuse. The incident arose during Bantam Hurricanes road game in Hague, Sask. On Jan. 26. According to reports from Chris Vandenbreekel...
The Prince Albert Council of Women is calling for nominations for the 2017 induction into the women’s hall of fame. This will be the 14th consecutive year a woman has been inducted into the local hall of fame. According to a...
As Black Lake grapples with a wave of suicide attempts, Health Canada said they have mental health resources standing at the ready – they’re just waiting for a call.
Traffic enforcement officers will be riding with a stock of booster and car seats, which they’ll hand out to parents they catch without one
P.A.’s Ashley Viklund to play for Canada at international football tournament Four years after being cut in the first round of national team selection, Prince Albert-raised offensive linesman Ashley Viklund will suit up with Team Canada at the 2017 International...

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