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Prince Albert musician Nathan Thoen returns for first hometown show since last winter This summer Carlton Comprehensive High School alumnus Nathan Thoen was invited to address the school’s graduating class and give them some advice he wish he had at...
Real-life married couple cast as fictitious pair in upcoming dinner theatre show To kick off Odyssey Productions’ 25th season, theatre company president Kim Morrall is bringing to the stage the Saskatchewan play Baba and Gido’s 50th Wedding Anniversary — and...
Fighting alcoholism and the problems that come with it won’t be quick or easy, but two members of the Community Alcohol Strategy (CAS) steering committee in Prince Albert say progress is being made.The committee officially released their strategy earlier...
The provincial government has selected a former deputy minister with more than 35 years experience in the civil service to review elementary and high school education across Saskatchewan.On Tuesday, Dan Perrins, who served as a deputy minister under Lorne...
Operation Red Nose campaign returns to Saskatchewan for eighth straight year A familiar holiday safety campaign will begin a little earlier than usual this year, as Operation Red Nose officially kicks off its eighth season of operation in Saskatchewan.The non-profit...
Barveenok Ukrainian dancers begin new season, learn from the professionals Prince Albert’s young Ukrainian dancers had their season debut over the weekend.More than 50 dancers age 4 to 18 showed off their moves on Saturday night as P.A.’s Ukrainian community...
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...
City councillor calls for more program funding to fight crime With the proposed 2017 city budget calling for an additional $1,177,550 in funding, one Prince Albert city councillor wants to look at different ways to keep crime down.Ward 1 Coun....
Phillip Ledoux was looking for adventure when he graduated from high school, and he found it in the army.Ledoux, who hails from Mistawasis First Nation west of Prince Albert, had always been interested in the military, and as soon...
For indigenous First World War volunteers, their lives weren’t the only thing they risked losing Remembrance Day is about honouring sacrifice, but for First Nation soldiers who took part in the First and Second World Wars, that sacrifice went above...