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Grade 1 class makes Christmas Child donation Mrs. Parenteau’s Grade 1 class was full of energy and anticipation Monday when Parkland Ambulance arrived for a visit. While the students were excited to see what the inside of an ambulance looked like,...
The uranium market has improved enough for Cameco to make a profit, but not enough to re-open the McArthur River/ Key Lake mine site, the company revealed during its latest quarterly update. The company updated investors during a conference call...
The latest job numbers from Statistics Canada show more people working both in Prince Albert and in Saskatchewan as a whole. The data comes from the monthly labour force estimates, which provide a month-to-month and year-to-year snapshot o how many...
They come from a variety of fields, but their culture unites them. From science to government to the arts to local community groups, the 10 winners at the 2018 Ukrainian Canadian Congress of Saskatchewan Nation Builder and Community Recognition Awards...
Husky Energy, the company responsible for the 2016 oil spill into the North Saskatchewan River, has agreed to a three-year partnership with the City of Prince Albert to help fund a series of local projects. Mayor Greg Dionne officially unveiled...
Prince Albert property owners are looking at a 3.9 per cent property tax increase according to the proposed 2019 municipal budget, however Mayor Greg Dionne said that number could go even higher. In past years, property tax increases have hovered...
Jayda Noyes, Daily Herald The Canadian Cancer Society (CCS) of Saskatchewan's health policy analyst is speaking out about concerning smoking statistics. According to the 2017 Canadian Tobacco, Alcohol and Drugs Survey, 22 per cent of youth between the ages of 15...
A provincial plan to move back the upcoming 2020 municipal election to early November isn’t sitting well with Prince Albert Mayor Greg Dionne. On Wednesday, the provincial government announced that the 2020 provincial, municipal and school board election dates would...
Jayda Noyes, Daily Herald When one door closes, another one opens—that's the mindset of Rider Express Transportation owner Firat Uray. With Greyhound's services ending in Western Canada on Nov. 1, the Regina-based company is picking up some of its major routes. Uray...
Three suspects are facing numerous charges after a man was robbed and shot in the foot. At approximately 5:46 a.m. on Wednesday, Prince Albert police attended Victoria Hospital. The victim said he had been partying with three others at a home...

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