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Premier Scott Moe is telling everyone he can about Saskatchewan’s trade prowess while touting the benefits of free trade as US President Donald Trump mulls more tariffs on Canadian exports. Moe touched on trade as a topic of discussion during...
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Troy Cooper may have moved on to lead the Saskatoon Police, but his work with the Prince Albert Police Service has not been forgotten. He returned to P.A. Thursday to participate in the Prince Albert Grand Council’s (PAGC) annual walk...
The Prince Albert Teachers’ Association said goodbye to some of its longest-serving members Wednesday night. The annual superannuation dinner was a chance to look back on the careers of several retiring teachers, including four who made the journey to the...
Lessons learned from the 2016 spill will be used to ensure safety in the new build, the company says Husky Energy says it has learned its lesson from the 2016 oil spill in the North Saskatchewan River that knocked out...
Kobe Faval has read books and course outlines about giving CPR, but this is the closest he’s ever come to the real thing. It’s Thursday morning, and Faval is one of roughly a dozen people, most of them Wesmor Public...
Things are about to get crazy at Wesmor Public High School. Last May, a group of students from the Prince Albert school entered a Saskatchewan Teachers Federation (STF) video contest designed to showcase unique schools from across the province. On Wednesday...
The Street Fair is back this Saturday, and according to the Prince Albert Downtown Business Improvement District (PADBID), it may just be the biggest ever. The free event will take place between 10 a.m. and 8 p.m., with an after-party...
It’s been a long journey, but Calvary United Church has finally taken the last step. On Sunday, the Prince Albert church elected to join the Saskatchewan Conference of the United Church and the Tamarack Presbytery in becoming an open and...
A Prince Albert lawyer will serve a two-month suspension for professional misconduct, but his fine should be reduced, the Court of Appeal has ruled. Peter A. Abrametz (not to be confused with Peter V. Abrametz, his father), had his suspension...

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