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P.A. entrepreneur’s food delivery service now available in P.A. Four years after Prince Albert’s Josh Simair helped found the Saskatoon- and Winnipeg-based food delivery company Skip the Dishes, the service is now available to P.A. residents.Skip the dishes was co-founded...
For more than 40 years the Evergreen Artisan Market has provided artists with a place to share their work Gail Carlson has been involved with the Evergreen Artisan Market since the very first show at the Prince Albert Arts Centre...
Longtime P.A. singer Heidi Munro makes her return for a “real groovy” show For 24 years, singer Heidi Munro was a presence in the Prince Albert music scene, known for her country and rock vocals.Munro moved to Saskatoon three years...
Staff took serious precautions to prevent the disease from spreading outside the shelter. Adoptions should start again Saturday.The SPCA plans to open for business as usual Saturday, after an outbreak of giardia forced the animal shelter to spend a...
P.A. theatre director switches from comedy to drama for upcoming production Maureen Pepper was first introduced to the 1958 Edward Albee play The Zoo Story around 10 years ago. The Prince Albert theatre director said she’s been keeping that play...
Up to 3,000 visitors expected to attend annual artisans’ show and sale Lorri Wiberg says the Evergreen Artisan Market is more than just a trade sale.“It’s a happening. It’s an event… This is an artistic, creative venue where anybody coming...
Country music show shines a spotlight on young musicians from around Prince Albert Following a “successful” inaugural outing, the Prince Albert Country Music Association (PACMA) is holding its second annual “Tribute to Country Music” show.More than 20 musical acts from...
Incumbent mayor Greg Dionne was re-elected on Wednesday.Sitting in his truck outside of City Hall on Wednesday night, Mayor Greg Dionne nerv- ously awaited the results of the day’s election.“How’s it going?” he asked with a hopeful inflection.“You’re ahead,...
Mann Art Gallery curator hopes to foster curiosity at Impressionist art talk Mann Art Gallery director and curator Jesse Campbell is giving a presentation on French Impressionist painting at John M. Cuelenaere Public Library On Tuesday, Nov. 1 as part...
Local self-help author to follow up debut release with a new pair of books When Tammie Leonard released her debut self-help book, Thoughts to Give You Wings, in 2013, the Prince Albert writer sought to help women overcome hardship and...