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The City of Prince Albert has officially announced plans to sell 11 vacant residential lots for $1 in a bid to increase economic development.All 11 lots are located in the West Flat and West View neighbourhoods, and will be...
The City of Prince Albert has hired former planning manager Craig Guidinger to take over as the new director of planning and development services.Guidinger replaces John Guenther, who left in mid-June to take on a provincial role as director...
Thanks to the help of Police Service Dog Febee, a fleeing suspect was arrested without officer injury during the evening hours of July 5.At 10:45 p.m., police received a complaint of a suspicious vehicle in the parking lot of...
A man facing kidnapping and sexual assault charges made his first appearance in Prince Albert Provincial Court on July 6.Charles next court appearance will be by video on July 7. The crown is opposed to his release.The accused appeared...
A man police say is from St. Louis, Sask. is accused of abducting an 8-year-old girl from a Prince Albert playground on July 4.The girl was located safe at 8:40 p.m. She had been playing at the Vickers School...
Chris Fuss still remembers the first time he tried an escape room game.He was in Calgary with his family, who were all big fans of board games, card games, crosswords, Sudoku, or just about any type of puzzle or...
Plans to create of a rental licensing program have hit rocky ground, but the councillor who kickstarted the process said he’s not giving up the fight.During an executive council meeting on Tuesday, city councillors voted down a motion to...
For Prince Albert Grand Council (PAGC) Grand Chief Ron Michel, Canada’s sesquicentennial is a chance to celebrate the future rather than the past.Michel, who has spent roughly 40 years in politics, said Indigenous people have suffered the loss of...
Spanish students visit PA for a taste of Saskatchewan culture A group of 12 students from Spain are vising the Prince Albert area this week to improve their English skills and learn about life on the Canadian prairie.Although the delegation...
PACI salutes 37 students at graduation ceremony On Wednesday morning 37 Prince Albert Collegiate Institute (PACI) students tossed their caps in the air to celebrate the end of their high school careers and the beginning of the rest of their...