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Right from the beginning, Eliza Bird’s father made sure she knew about Remembrance Day.Bird recalled many loud, active and carefree days as a young girl, but with one exception, which came every year on...
The Prince Albert Police Service is requesting the public's assistance locating a missing man.Dylan Chretien, 30, has not been seen or heard from since Oct. 26.Chretien is described as...
Couns. Terra Lennox-Zepp and Dennis Nowoselsky gave a variety of different reasons for voting against the 2020 municipal budget, but on at least one point they agree: council should not dip into reserves to lower the tax increase.
City officials hope they never have to deal with another water crisis, but they’ll be ready if they do.On Friday the City of Prince Albert officially unveiled a newly completed 15-million litre reservoir, as well...
A former Prince Albert Northern Bears Hockey Club manager is facing criminal charges for alleged sexual misconduct.Court records confirmed that Jamie Engen, 38, made a first court appearance on Oct. 31 and...
“You're not scared until after it's over...That's when you start to shake."Prince Albert veteran Ed Laird was 21 years old during the Battle of Ortona—the now 96-year-old survived out of the 502 people...
Unifor is pleased with what it was able to accomplish at the bargaining table and with its accomplishments in terms of job action, the Saskatchewan NDP heard during day three of their convention in Prince Albert on...
The 2019 Rotary Wine Premier proved positive for residents of the Mont St. Joseph Home. Thursday afternoon, the Rotary Club presented a cheque for $11,000 for the home, which will go to support the organizations’ Tree of...
After two days of deliberations, Prince Albert City Council settled on a 2.9 per cent tax increase for 2020, a change that works out to an extra $63.83 in annual taxes on an average property assessed at...
The Saskatchewan Health Authority and AIDS Saskatoon are providing naloxone kits and training on how to use them to staff at bars and lounges.Fred Simpson is with AIDS Saskatoon regional support services in Prince Albert. He...