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Lifeguards at the Kinsmen Water Park are being lauded for their quick actions that saved the life of a nine-year-old child who had lost consciousness in the main pool. The incident occurred at about 3:30 p.m. Wednesday. Lifeguards responded to...
Prince Albert’s two new cannabis retailers will have to shell out $20,000 for the privilege, barring a major change of direction at the next council meeting. On Monday, council voted by a 6-2 margin to approve the new policy, which...
Not-for-profit seeks to help build and develop youth social skills through new Lego Club The Prince Albert chapter of a provincial non-profit is hoping to use Lego as a way to teach children about social cues, cooperation and empathy. At this...
The Government of Canada says it has approved a device that is able to detect whether someone has consumed marijuana or cocaine before driving. The Drager DrugTest collection kit and reader is already in use in the United States. Unlike...
Police want the public's assistance in finding a 15-year-old girl, Clarice Maurice, who was reported missing a month ago. They said the teen has been observed in the city and could be staying with friends. Maurice was last seen wearing a...
For Leon Gobeil, Remembrance Day isn’t just about honouring the fallen. It’s also about being thankful for a life many never had. Gobeil, who was raised on a farm north of Prince Albert near Albertville, joined the Canadian Army during the...

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Local writers group helps those with mental illness express their experiences For more than three years, Prince Albert poet Lynda Monahan has been helping people living with mental health issues express themselves through writing. Over that period, Monahan said she has...
New Victoria Hospital family room seeing lots of use, but needs volunteers With construction finished on the new Ronald McDonald Family Room in Victoria Hospital, administrators have turned their attention to the next hurdle they need to clear: volunteers. The organization...
When Christmas day rolls around, some people brace themselves to feed a few dozen family members. But when December 25 comes by for Isabelle Impey, it means it's time to feed several hundred. Impey is the coordinator of the annual Prince...
Sexual assault charges against Duane Moosehunter were dismissed Wednesday, after the complainant declined to testify at trial. Moosehunter, of Sturgeon Lake, was set to face trial at Prince Albert’s Court of Queen’s Bench for an alleged sexual assault dating back...

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