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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...
A Paddockwood man facing murder charges for a 2016 death near Christopher Lake is back in custody, after his bail was revoked. Ryan Clark appeared by video in Prince Albert’s provincial courthouse on Tuesday. He is facing a new charge...
Police pulled out a Taser while subduing a teenage suspect, after responding to a disturbance within shouting distance of their headquarters. It was just after 10 p.m. on Monday when officers heard male voices yelling in a parking lot just...
Justice Minister Gordon Wyant has announced the creation of a new team to fight rural crime. Known as the Protection and Response Team, the body will bring together 258 armed officers from the RCMP, municipal police forces, highway enforcement and...
Police have made an arrest in a Monday afternoon armed robbery. At about 4 p.m., police received a call about an armed robbery that had just occurred in the 1000 Block of River Street West. Police say once they arrived on...
Police are now treating the suspicious death reported on August 16 as a homicide. The Prince Albert Police Service issued an update on the death Tuesday, following the conclusion of an autopsy. They also confirmed the identity of the deceased man...
CUPE followed a suggestion from Coun. Charlene Miller and bought $500 of peanut butter for the Prince Albert Food Bank.
Two people have died in a motor vehicle crash just south of Debden. The Big River RCMP received a report of a three-vehicle collision at about 9 p.m. Sunday. They responded to the scene of the accident, on Highway 55...
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