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Carolyn Strom faces fines and legal costs after criticizing the care her grandfather received, but an online campaign has already raised more than $3,100 to help her
City celebrates Horn family at Legacy Brunch As soon as his name was called, P.A.’s business community rose and gave a rousing standing ovation.The business and community members had packed into every corner of the Travelodge ballroom Thursday to celebrate...
Urban municipalities still reeling from provincial budget The Saskatchewan Urban Municipality Association (SUMA) is still reeling from the provincial budget, and members got together in a conference call Thursday to see if there’s anything else they can do to lessen...
The nominees for the 2017 Samuel McLeod Business Awards were unveiled Thursday.The announcement was made at the annual Legacy Award Brunch, where, this year, Ron and Shelley Horn received the prestigious honour.“There’s a long tradition of us recognizing outstanding...
Councillor Evert Botha is fighting plans to evict his family’s company from a downtown building, and says there’s a plan in place to buy it back
A Prince Albert church facing a $375,000 tax bill wants the city to take a second look at how city officials have assessed their property.Embassy Church, located at 888 Central Avenue, currently owes the City of Prince Albert $200,000...
It’s been more than two hours since school ended, but the halls of the Prince Albert Collegiate Institute (PACI) are still filled with students.Most are chowing down on freshly baked bannock and stew, but a select few are just...
For nearly a decade, a Prince Albert pro-life group has raised a flag at City Hall as part of Celebrate Life Week, but that tradition may come to an end this year.On Monday, Prince Albert city councillors heard a...
Ward 8 Coun. Ted Zurakowski said he’s concerned about the amount of speeding in Prince Albert’s school zones, and wants to see proposals brought forward that will curb the problem.Zurakowski made the comments after the February bylaw report was...
Musician Donny Parenteau led a celebration after the long-term care home bought much-needed tables and chairs