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Representatives from Rio Tinto were preaching patience as Prince Albert residents gathered at the company’s open house for an in depth look at the Star—Orion South Diamond Project. More than 200 people gathered at the Coronet...
Prince Albert Mayor Greg Dionne is calling this week’s trip to the Saskatchewan Urban Municipalities Association (SUMA) annual convention one of his most productive yet. From Feb. 3-6, delegates from the province’s cities towns and villages met...
A private member’s bill put forward by Desthene-Missinippi-Churchill River MP Georgina Jolibois to establish a national statutory holiday for truth and reconciliation looks like it has enough support to pass a forthcoming third reading. Jolibois and her...
Prince Albert’s SWAT team has some brand new gear thanks to the Civil Forfeiture Fund. On Thursday, the province announced almost $330,000 in funding to seven police and community-based organizations for new tools and programming. An additional...
One of Saskatchewan’s most prolific donors with ties to Prince Albert has made a major contribution to the new Saskatchewan Hospital North Battleford (SHNB) provincial psychiatric rehabilitation hospital. On Thursday, the Saskatchewan Health Authority (SHA) announced that...
Organizers of one of Prince Albert’s oldest winter traditions are putting the finishing touches on preparation for the annual Prince Albert Winter Festival. The festival, the largest of its kind in western Canada, has been running since...
The federal government has introduced a new piece of legislation aimed at strengthening Indigenous languages. Bill C-91, An Act respecting Indigenous languages, was given first reading Tuesday. It recognizes the rights of Indigenous peoples and...
Prince Albert’s Victoria Hospital is one of the biggest spenders on security services across the Saskatchewan Health Authority (SHA), data from a recent security review reveals. The system-wide security review was released Tuesday. It includes recommendations and...
A review of security services across the Saskatchewan Health Authority (SHA) is calling for a single, province-wide security program. The security review, which began in April, was released Tuesday. It was conducted to fulfill one of...
The Prince Albert Police Service has confirmed it is investigating a reported kidnapping and forcible confinement case. A series of social media posts allege that a Prince Albert man got in a taxi and...

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