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A downtown favourite is re-opening its doors. On May 31, the Rock Trout Café announced it was opening under new management in the coming weeks. The eatery had closed in February, as costs and time commitments became too much for the...
Ambulances are worth thousands of dollars fully equipped, and maintaining an emergency room on wheels is not an easy task When most people think about the tools used by a paramedic, they might think about a first aid kit, gloves...
LJ Tyson’s newest single to debut on June 13 A local musician is set to release his new single in the coming weeks, and it’s all about Prince Albert. ‘Locals’ is the upcoming track from LJ Tyson Kimbley, known professionally as...
Ambulance agencies right across Canada are celebrating paramedic services week, and Parkland Ambulance here in Prince Albert is no exception. Wednesday, the agency held an appreciation barbecue for its members and members’ families, but it’s just one of many activities...
Police to hand out helmets to kids with uncovered craniums this summer The Prince Albert Police Service is hoping kids out cycling will be a little safer thanks to a new helmet initiative. The police held a press conference Thursday to...
Prince Albert’s Canada Day celebrations for the 150th birthday of this country will be one of the city’s largest ever. This year’s celebrations, put on by the Prince Albert Multicultural Council, Prince Albert Legion and the city, will take place...
While the STC is gone for now, it could be back in the future. On Wednesday, Saskatchewan NDP leader Trent Wotherspoon said his party would restore service if elected, and Prince Albert Northcote NDP MLA Nicole Rancourt backed up...
It’s just after 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday night, and although the sun is still shining, the mood around the Prince Albert STC terminal is a somber one. Only moments earlier the last bus out of Prince Albert rumbled through an...
Anthony Blair Dreaver Johnston has overseen numerous special initiatives and projects for Mistawasis First Nation, but this one is different. In September, the Saskatchewan First Nation will officially join the Buffalo Treaty, a historic agreement between First Nations groups in...
Changes are coming to Prince Albert’s yard waste collection policy as the city tries to spend less money and become more environmentally friendly. Starting on July 1, the city will stop collecting plastic bags for yard waste collection and instead,...
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