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Representatives from the Ministry of Corrections and Policing say they’ve accepted all nine recommendations from a the 2018 provincial auditors report that criticized medical care at Saskatchewan’s four adult-secure-custody correctional centres. The report from provincial auditor Judy Ferguson identified a...
More people appear to be working and fewer looking for work as Prince Albert’s year-over-year unemployment rate indicates an improvement for the third consecutive month. April’s numbers showed the city’s unemployment rate down about 4.4 percentage points as opposed to...
The union representing non-instructional staff at Saskatchewan Polytechnic has joined with the Students’ Union in decrying a recent decision by the institution to suspend recreation services, including athletics programs, intramurals and the closure of all recreation facilities including fitness...
A 39-year-old Prince Albert man is facing multiple charges following the search of two different residences on Monday. Police discovered the man, along with 73 grams of a substance suspected of being methamphetamine, 52 pills of 9 mg Hydromorphone and...
Saskatchewan’s provincial auditor is calling for improvements to mental health and addictions services in a report on the former Prince Albert Parkland Health Region (PAPHR). On Thursday, auditor Judy Ferguson released findings from her investigation as part of the first...
Donation of playground to youth and child mental health inpatient unit gives burdened kids an opportunity to be themselves, health officials say They’ve bought new mattresses, blinds for the windows and an outdoor garden and gazebo for adults. Now, the...
There were no fowl feelings at the duck launch at Memorial Gardens Thursday. The annual event, full of quacking, cheering and a handful of tears, is a celebratory affair, where children who have raised ducks from their first stages of...
New CEO Elise Hildebrandt ready to bring some stability to Chamber of Commerce It’s been a busy first few days for the new CEO of the Prince Albert and District Chamber of Commerce, but Elise Hildebrandt is embracing the challenges...
A 19-year-old Prince Albert resident is facing multiple charges after allegedly attempting to flee police and later assaulting a police dog Wednesday. At about 2 a.m. on June 6, a member of the police was searching for a male suspect...
Three people have been charged in connection with a murder investigation into the death of Duane Brett Ledoux. Ledoux was found dead inside a residence in the 800 Block of 17th Street West on August 16 of last year. Boden Umpherville,...

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