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A big donation of elk, moose and boar hunted by First Nations across Saskatchewan will help the food bank keep up with the Christmas rushChief Bobby Cameron of the Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations was in Prince Albert Monday...

Joy and healing

Trudel Family hopes to collect 1,000 pounds of food at annual Christmas concertEvery year the Trudel Family returns to Albertville, Sask. for their annual Christmas concert, and every year Janice Trudel is surprised by the support her family band...
An investigation is underway to determine the cause of a vehicle fire that occurred along River Street West on Tuesday.Firefighters were called to the scene at 5:25 p.m. on Dec. 13, where they discovered a vehicle fully engulfed in...

Potent poems

Saskatoon poet returns to Prince Albert with latest book of poetry and sketchesWhen Joan Bell was growing up on a farm near Leask, Sask., poetry was part of her language.“My mom and dad loved poetry and for some reason,...
A 30-year-old man from Montreal Lake is facing two charges after police responded to a complaint that a man was walking around a Prince Albert residential building with a gun.The incident occurred in the evening of Dec. 10, when...
Local organizers take on hunger with Little Free Pantry projectAfter three months of activity, a newly introduced project is putting a dent into local hunger.In September, nursing students from the University of Saskatchewan began collaborating with Prince Albert Parkland...
Prince Albert Winter Festival to recognize long-time contributor at inaugural galaMore than 30 years after his last year with the Prince Albert Winter Festival, Wes Stubbs is back where he started.Stubbs, a former winter festival board member for 17...
Tribute concert ‘reimagines’ the music of Roy Orbison and the Everly BrothersTwo years ago singer Ben Hale had the idea to put together a travelling show that combined the music of Roy Orbison and the Everly Brothers. He said...
Regent Academy continues its tradition of staging original Christmas playsWhen Regent Academy puts on a play, every student has a job to do either on stage or behind the scenes.“Some of the kids are doing media and some are...
Prince Albert girl learns to walk with help from Saskatchewan Shriners Two weeks ago Rochelle Diehl watched as her nine-year-old daughter Addison emerged from the arrivals gate at the John Diefenbaker International Airport in Saskatoon. With crutches on both her...