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Eden Shirley was out on a call when she received the news.The five-year veteran of Parkland  Ambulance was one of the employees working nights during the company’s Christmas party.Her friend sent her a text.Shirley had been named employee of...
A Prince Albert police officer dismissed more than six years ago for “discreditable conduct” has lost his appeal to be reinstated. On Dec. 6, 2017, the Court of Appeal for Saskatchewan found that a lower court was correct in upholding...
E.A. Rawlinson Centre’s Darren McCaffery calls 2016 a year of artistic growth for P.A. Citing the arrival of new performance spaces and increased collaboration between disparate arts bodies, E.A. Rawlinson Centre general manager Darren McCaffery says 2016 was a year...
It takes a lot to lead a police force. In the view of Prince Albert’s police chief, you need to be caring, empathetic, disciplined and “good looking.”But most of all, you need to be strong. That’s why Chief Troy...
Saskatoon’s In With the Old discover “unique” style on sophomore release Saskatoon-based old-time country music trio In With the Old is back home following a busy touring season that saw the group play to audiences from Alberta to Manitoba and,...
City sells $975,000 lot to Prince Albert Co-operative Association Ltd. A new development is coming to the north end of Prince Albert after city councillors approved the sale of a 5.34 acre lot on Monday.The property, located just off Hwy...
New music teacher makes her St. Mary directorial debut at annual Christmas showAfter the final notes of the Hallelujah Chorus ring out and the curtain falls at the annual St. Mary High School Christmas Concert, music teacher Erika Rybinski...
Local artists return to celebrate 10th anniversary of 'Festive Magic' showEvery year the E.A. Rawlinson Centre’s Festive Magic show gives local performers the opportunity to share their art in a seasonal setting with a hometown crowd.This Friday that annual...
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...