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Prince Albert police have arrested three suspects after two break-and-enters on Tuesday afternoon. Around 2:40 p.m., officers were dispatched to the 2100 block of 2nd Ave. West. A basement window was taken out and electronics, sunglasses and a watch were...
Federal minister Scott Brison came to Prince Albert Tuesday to make a major funding announcement and to speak to the city’s business community at a luncheon. And while the crowd was polite, they weren’t letting the minister go without...
Jayda Noyes, Daily Herald About 30 animals visiting PetSmart this weekend don't have proper homes, but workers are hoping to change that reality with their adoption event. PetSmart Charities hosts a national campaign four times a year to support animal welfare,...
Moody's Investors Service confirmed Saskatchewan's AAA credit rating on Tuesday, their highest available for Canadian provinces. According to Finance Minister Donna Harpauer, it's "a further demonstration that the government's fiscal plan is on track." "We're heading in the right direction, reducing...
Millions of dollars are sweeping across the province's small communities to modernize water quality treatment and roads. François-Phillippe Champagne, Minister of Infrastructure and Communities, and Warren Kaeding, Minister of Government Relations, made the announcement Tuesday. More than $53.9 million is being...
Prince Albert and northern Saskatchewan families account for over 20 per cent of all of Saskatchewan’s Canada Child Benefit dollars, according to data unveiled by Treasury Board president Scott Brison Tuesday. Brison was in Prince Albert to make a $1.9...
Today, there will be hockey in Humboldt. Five months and six days after the horrific crash that killed 16 and injured 13 more, the Nipawin Hawks and Humboldt Broncos will meet in Humboldt, at the Elgar Peterson Arena,to open the...
Jayda Noyes, Daily Herald The federal government is providing nearly $1.9 million in funding to Prince Albert's Catholic Family Services (CFS) for a crime prevention program. The gesture is part of The National Crime Prevention Strategy (NCPS), which aims to tackle...
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...
At just 19-years-old, Donovan Fraser has overcome more obstacles than many people twice his age. An enthusiastic soccer player, Fraser’s time on the field was cut short when he was diagnosed with Leukemia in 2011. He spent the next four...

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