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Jayda Noyes, Daily Herald Blue and yellow balloons and a large 'now open' banner are painting a new business in the Cornerstone area. Princess Auto decided just over a year ago it needed to satisfy Prince Albert's farm, hydraulics and industrial...
It’s not just small families that need access to comfortable, affordable housing. For larger families, it can be hard to find something where everyone fits comfortably on a budget. But Tuesday, River Bank Development Corporation celebrated the grand opening of...

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Wayfaring signs come to downtown Downtown regulars may have noticed a few new additions to the cityscape in and around the Central Business District area. A set of signs, funded by Prince Albert’s 2016 entry into the This Place Matters campaign,...
The Prince Albert Council of Women is launching a new, monthly event celebrating the achievements of women in the community. Called the Showcase of Women, the inaugural meeting is tonight and will highlight the contributions of the women who volunteer...
The recently-announced Indigenous Early Learning and Child Care Framework details goals and strategies for each of Canada’s three main Indigenous groups as it seeks to lay the groundwork for a new system of early learning and child care created...
A search warrant conducted by Prince Albert's Integrated Street Enforcement Team (ISET) on Thursday afternoon resulted in four arrests. ISET is made up of members from both the Prince Albert Police Service and RCMP. At 4:45 p.m., officers searched a home...
Jayda Noyes, Daily Herald The Victoria Hospital Foundation is launching this year's Give a Little Life Day campaign with a $2.2 million goal to expand their neonatal unit. “We've got a nursery here—a small, 375 square foot nursery if you can...
Jayda Noyes, Daily Herald Donating to a non-profit requires trust that the organization will use the money appropriately. Gaining that trust is one reason why Sherry Buckler, CEO of the Victoria Hospital Foundation, decided to become a Certified Fund Raising Executive...
Jayda Noyes, Daily Herald Prince Albert's Northern Inter-Tribal Health Authority (NITHA) had their 20th anniversary last week. The organization serves 33 First Nations communities in northern Saskatchewan, providing health care services and education abiding with living on reserves. It began in 1998...
An inaugural golf tournament organized by local first responders was a success in more ways than one. The tournament, put on by representatives from the fire department and from Parkland Ambulance, was able to raise funds for two local charities...

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