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A Prince Albert man is being fined $4,900 after an employee suffered serious injuries in a workplace accident. Bradley Davidson-Vermette pleaded guilty to violating Occupational Health and Safety legislation. The accident happened on June 2, 2017 near Wakaw. “While removing debris from...
Walkers may have needed sleeves and long pants for the tenth annual Brain Boogie at the Elks Lodge Saturday, but just seeing the support warmed Patti Koivisto’s heart. Each year at the event, a fundraiser for the Saskatchewan Brain Injury...
Event to return to downtown in 2019 An initiative designed at bringing more people downtown in the warmer months is likely to continue next year after finding success in 2018. The downtown art walk was started by Gail Carlson, an artist...
Prince Albert police have identified a suspect in the city’s first homicide of the year. An arrest warrant has been issued for Tyrone Nontell, 32, in the shooting death of Tyrell Bird. Nontell is wanted for second-degree murder. Bird was shot...
Prince Albert Police Service relay team coach Josh Peterson has an easy explanation for his team’s success. The PAPS relay squad defeated teams from the Prince Albert Fire Department and Parkland Ambulance to reclaim the Terry Fox Relay title on...
Jayda Noyes, Daily Herald Soon children will immerse in bright-coloured slides, monkey bars and swings where wheelchairs or walkers won't limit their play. Prince Albert will have an accessible playground at Alfred Jenkins Field House this October, where over 20 volunteers...
Mason Gariepy’s dying wish to give back to hospital granted Mason Gariepy wanted to be a nurse when he grew up. The Prince Albert boy, who died late last year at the age of seven from acute myeloid leukemia, was inspired...
Death ruled not suspicious Police cordoned off a residence in the 600 Block of 20th Street East Thursday morning for a report of a man who wasn't breathing. Police confirmed the death of a 47-year-old man. Police and the provincial coroner...
Jayda Noyes, Daily Herald A hole in the ground on Prince Albert's 7th Street East will soon hold a safe, affordable space for those requiring support because of mental illness. Spearheaded by the Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA), the future home...
A new survey by the Canadian Payroll Association (CPA) shows Saskatchewan workers faring the worst nationally when it comes to economic indicators such as savings and debt. The survey, released today, also shows Saskatchewan employees have one of the lowest...

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