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Low and moderate income residents looking to purchase their first home could get a bit of help from the City of Prince Albert.On Monday, city council approved a new Down Payment Assistance Program at their...
A report released on Tuesday shows a lack of progress in reducing child poverty 30 years after the House of Commons voted to end the issue by the year 2000.2020: Setting the Stage for a Poverty-Free...
Health Canada is reminding residents about the importance of testing their homes for radon.Radon is a lung cancer risk. It’s the leading cause of lung cancer among non-smokers and the second overall behind tobacco. It contributes...
A December fundraiser held by the Prince Albert Raiders helped local families get into the spirit of the season while also raising money for one of the city’s preeminent projects.On Tuesday, the Raiders donated $5,500...
Four people are facing first-degree murder charges and one person with accessory after the fact in relation to the death of Sheena Marie Billette.A motorist located the 28-year-old woman's lifeless body on Dec. 23 north...
Mayor Greg Dionne says there will be changes around City Hall in 2020 if more projects start to run over budget.Dionne made the comments during a year-end interview with the Daily Herald. The mayor said...
A project looking to break down barriers faced by local First Nations and Métis people accessing cancer care is asking for public input. The Knowledge to Change Initiative is in the second of its four years. Its...
Prince Albert gained jobs in 2019, the latest data from Statistics Canada shows.December’s labour force statistics indicate that 300 more people were working in the city in December 2019 than one year prior.
The local branch of the Canadian Cancer Society is hoping to expand a successful program that helps get patients to their appointments in Saskatoon.The Wheels of Hope program runs in both Regina and Saskatoon to help...
"Cancer's not going to stop, nor am I."A trade show at Carlton Comprehensive Public High School on Saturday raised $2,421.35 for the Victoria Hospital Foundation.The event is part of...