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City expects big savings from new telephone system contract The City of Prince Albert has officially decided to award a new VoIP Telephone System Update contract to Shaw Communications Inc. Originally, city councillors were expected to vote on the motion at...
Annual Canadian Cancer Society fundraiser ready to go Some of Prince Albert’s most prominent residents are set to become jailbirds this Thursday as the Canadian Cancer Society (CCS) gets ready to hold its annual Jail-N-Bail Fundraiser at Gateway Mall. This year...
Local paramedic looks to get people talking about PTSD For more than 20 years, Karyn Steinke witnessed first hand the difficulties post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) or occupational stress injury (OSI) can cause paramedics. This weekend, she’s hoping local emergency service workers...
In a long legal dispute with a wheat farmer in St. Paul, Alberta, Mayoral candidate Josh Morrow was accused of intimidation, dangerous driving and property damage, according to court documents obtained by the Daily Herald Mayoral candidate Josh Morrow was...
At Wednesday’s debate, the four mayoral candidates painted widely different pictures of Prince Albert’s economic past, present and future Despite the frequent distractions, Wednesday’s mayoral forum gave residents their clearest look yet at the cast of characters competing to earn...
City looks to cut down on fire lane parking problems by changing bylaw The Prince Albert City Council has approved a new motion to cut down on the number of vehicles clogging up fire lanes within the city, a move...
City council officially approves $2 million purchase After months of planning and deliberation, the City of Prince Albert has officially passed a motion to purchase seven new city buses at a combined cost of nearly $2 million. On Tuesday, city councillors...
Local health worker and educator to hold interactive talk on diabetes awareness Registered nurse Jan Cochrane says more people are learning about diabetes, but that influx of awareness can also lead to an influx of misinformation. Cochrane, who is also a...

Debut release

Wesley United Church choir records first album; proceeds to fund church projects Fans of the Wesley United Church choir will soon be able to listen to the group’s music on the go. The choir gathered at Wesley United Church on the...
Local filmmaker to debut new short production Writing, directing and staring in her latest production was a different experience for local filmmaker Carli Robertson, and she’s hoping that feeling will transfer over to the audience. Robertson spent the last nine months...
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