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New single from Prince Albert’s the Wolfe indicative of direction of new EP The Wolfe is hoping to build on the momentum they gained during a busy 2017.The Prince Albert trio held a single release party to celebrate the official...
A new business has opened in downtown Prince Albert.Anwar Group International, or AGI, officially celebrated the open their Prince Albert branch Monday. The business, owned by Saskatoon’s Naveed Anwar, welcomed Mayor Greg Dionne, representatives from both MLA offices and...
Randy Bachman, Jim Cuddy among acts coming to Prince Albert in coming weeks The E.A. Rawlinson’s winter and spring line-up has been announced, and it features some big names sprinkled in with local talent.The season starts off with young country...
An award-winning blues musician is bringing his honest, intimate sound to the Rock Trout Café Thursday.Ken Hamm, who won a Juno award in 1991, is hitting the road and touring again after a bout with cancer.For the last nine...
Cooper moving to Saskatoon force after six years at the helm in P.A. Troy Cooper will be Saskatoon’s next chief of police.The Saskatoon Police Service introduced Cooper as chief-elect during a press conference Wednesday afternoon. Cooper has been police chief...
A Prince Albert man recently charged with fraud is accused of misdirecting over $100,000 from a Waskesiu region destination marketing organization.According to a press release sent out Wednesday morning, the Waskesiu Wilderness Region Inc. (WWR), a destination marketing organization,...
According to the Saskatoon StarPhoenix, Prince Albert Police Chief Troy Cooper will be introduced as the new Chief of Saskatoon Police Wednesday.Cooper, 52, is from Big River, and has been chief in Prince Albert since December 2004.Cooper and Prince...
For the foreseeable future, Kelvin Pankiw plans on doing a lot of listening.The longtime businessman finished his first day as the new Prince Albert and District Chamber of Commerce CEO on Monday. Pankiw, who recently completed his Masters in...
Brian Howell shivers, even though he’s not outside.The interior of the River Bank Development Corporation office isn’t nearly as cold as the exterior, where pedestrians brave -27 C temperatures and cars sputter and groan when starting. Still, you can...

Up in smoke

The city’s proposed Smoking in Public Places Bylaw is heading to a regular city council meeting for final consideration after a rocky ride through executive committee on Monday.Council members ultimately voted to pass the motion, which was based on...