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Three pedestrians and a cyclist were injured in motor vehicle collisions on Sunday.Parkland Ambulance media liaison Lyle Karasiuk said a spike in pedestrian-vehicle collisions is typical at the onset of warmer weather, when more people are out and about....
Students from Wahpeton and Ahtahkakoop First Nations got a special tour of Prince Albert National Park, visiting kill sites in the company of an elder
The international community marked World Tuberculosis (TB) day Friday, and Health Canada took the opportunity to spread awareness about the breadth of the problem in northern Saskatchewan.Every year, 10 million people are diagnosed with TB worldwide. Of those, about...
The province would be prepared to step in if the dissolution of the Saskatchewan Transportation Company has unintended side effects, the provincial finance minister has said.Minister Kevin Doherty confirmed the province would act should it need to while speaking...
It was Russia’s day at the model United Nations assembly at St. Mary’s Wednesday.The delegation, made up of St. Mary’s students Lucas Mitchell and Matthew Buglass, will now represent Prince Albert at a regional competition in Winnipeg.The pair of...
P.A. businesses challenge tax increases at chamber luncheon Provincial Finance Minister Kevin Doherty faced a tough crowd at the Prince Albert Inn Friday as he stopped by Prince Albert for a luncheon talk hosted by the Chamber of Commerce.Doherty used...
Friday’s visit from the finance minister was the perfect opportunity for Prince Albert Mayor Greg Dionne.The provincial budget had docked over $2 million from city coffers, and seemed to ignore concerns the city had about the hospital and other...
The provincial government has completed its investigation into the Husky pipeline incident from the summer, and it’s mulling whether to press charges against the company.The incident, which took place on July 21, 2016, resulted in 225,000 litres of oil...
The 2017-18 federal budget might as well be called the buzzword budget.The 280-page document contains billions of dollars worth of new spending buried amongst pages of rhetoric and hypothetical situations.Titled ‘Building a Strong Middle Class,’ the document contains 108...
Police have released both suspects from custody in the city’s first homicide of 2017, and published the name of the victim: 34-year-old Damian Ballantyne.Ballantyne died on Wednesday in a residence at 347 9 Street East. Police arrived at the...