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Members from the Prince Albert RCMP are asking the public for their assistance in locating Sheena Halkett, a 32-year-old female from the Prince Albert area.  Sheena was reported missing to the Prince Albert RCMP on September 23, 2016.  Investigators...

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Council concerned about liability as it considers making Diefenbaker Bridge wheelchair accessible The City of Prince Albert has put a plan that would make Diefenbaker Bridge more wheelchair accessible on hold while...
When Ashley Peterson began working for the Prince Albert Literacy Network (PALN) she was in for a bit of a shock. Peterson, who joined the organization as an Indigenous social work practicum student, always knew reading was important, but she...
Mann Art Gallery pleased with turnout at sixth annual Wolf Back a Beer event The beer was flowing and the music was pumping Friday night at the E. A. Rawlinson Centre as the Mann Art Gallery hosted their sixth annual...
As a weekly user of the Prince Albert Seniors Transportation Service, Eleanor George has made plenty of trips in the organizations two cars. For George, the service is an essential one, so when she heard the Prince Albert Firefighters Charity...
Coun. Evert Botha has introduced a motion supporting a bid for a supervised injection site in Prince Albert, to be debated at an upcoming council session
Municipal administrators have been sent back to the drawing board following a marathon city council debate over licence fees and operation hours for Prince Albert’s two incoming retail cannabis stores. After 57 minutes and five seconds of rigorous discussion, council...
Northern Saskatchewan residents can breathe a sigh of relief – it appears there won’t be high levels of water runoff this spring, meaning the likelihood of flooding is low. The Saskatchewan Water Security Agency released their latest spring runoff forecast,...

Hunting for jobs

For recently arrived immigrants, finding a job in their new country can be a daunting challenge. On Wednesday, more than 100 of them were meeting that challenge head on. Job seekers from across the city arrived at the Quality Hotel in...
Twenty-seven bird watchers attended a meeting at Saskatchewan Polytechnic last week to learn how they can contribute to the province’s first-ever Breeding Bird Atlas

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