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Brad Wall told the Saskatchewan Urban Municipalities Association convention that revenue sharing is “on the table” as the province battles a deficit now estimated at $1.2 billion
In its first year in PA, the Coldest Night of the Year fundraiser is sending walkers along the frigid river trail to support Prince Albert Community Meals
P.A. author and artist discusses role of mittens in Métis culture In her latest book, local artist and author Leah Marie Dorion examines traditional Métis mitten-making and encourages others to participate in that tradition as well. Dorion introduced the book, Métis...
Prince Albert Concert Band presents first small ensemble concert For the first time the Prince Albert Concert Band is performing not as a single unit, but as multiple smaller ensembles. “I was thinking about how we hear the sound of the...
Six new inductees have been named to the P.A. Sports Hall of Fame This year’s inductees to the Prince Albert Sports Hall of Fame were announced on Friday, and the class of 2017 will include six sports organizations and individuals...

Falling stars

Mintos chase two Stars goalies from the net in 9-1 win over Battlefords Logan Barlage and Ty Mosimann each had five-point nights as the Prince Albert Mintos defeated the Battlefords Stars 9-1 at the Art Hauser Centre on Thursday night. Barlage...
The MP for Saskatchewan’s far north called for federal action to address a wave of attempted suicides in Black Lake. Georgina Jolibois, who represents the riding of Desnethé—Missinippi—Churchill River for the NDP, grilled the government on the issue during question...

Timeless tribute

Brent Stewart’s Rod Stewart tribute has been called as close to the real thing as you can get, with a voice so similar  producers use it to pitch songs to the legend himself The E.A. Rawlinson Centre will be rocking...
Local rock group returns to Telemiracle to perform extended overnight set Prince Albert-based rock group Einsteins of 9 have been invited back to perform at the Kinsmen Foundation Telemiracle telethon in Regina next month. “Just based on last year’s audition and...
Today is a special day for Whelan Woody. He lives with Shanno Lidster and her husband up in Whelan Bay, Sask. Population: about 40 people, a few domesticated geese and one pet groundhog. Whelan Woody may not be as famous as...

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