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Mason Gariepy’s dying wish to give back to hospital granted Mason Gariepy wanted to be a nurse when he grew up. The Prince Albert boy, who died late last year at the age of seven from acute myeloid leukemia, was inspired...
US President Donald Trump gave Canada until Friday to sign on to a new NAFTA agreement. That deadline came and went yesterday, with no new deal, but without Canada being officially excluded as the two countries continue to negotiate...
Tuesday’s snowfall was a fitting forerunner to Robert and Solange Samson’s upcoming wedding anniversary. After all, it was snowing on Oct. 12, 1946, the day they were married in La Broquerie, Man. The couple is set to celebrate that milestone for...
Student artists to have their work showcased at Kyla Art Show for first time Prince Albert’s Kyla art group has added a dash of youth to its yearly exhibition. The 38th edition of the Kyla Art Show and Sale is taking...
P.A. theatre director switches from comedy to drama for upcoming production Maureen Pepper was first introduced to the 1958 Edward Albee play The Zoo Story around 10 years ago. The Prince Albert theatre director said she’s been keeping that play...
Saskatoon’s In With the Old discover “unique” style on sophomore release Saskatoon-based old-time country music trio In With the Old is back home following a busy touring season that saw the group play to audiences from Alberta to Manitoba and,...

A New Year’s special

An annual New Year’s tradition is starting to gain a large following in Prince Albert. In January 2016, the Prince Albert Grand Council (PAGC) held its first New Year’s meal for the less fortunate. The event proved so popular that...
Police arrested a woman who once figured on the city’s most wanted list, and turned up 14 baggies of methamphetamine. Officers were following up on a tip, called in through Crime Stoppers, that the woman had been spotted at a...
Orren Johnson and Jordan Herron both pleaded not guilty to the murder of Clayton Bear
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

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