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After Alana Ross was announced as the Saskatchewan Party's Prince Albert Northcote candidate, she said she was overwhelmed and excited. She was the first of three candidates to announce they were seeking the nomination, followed by Martin...
Two companies and an individual have been charged with violations of Newfoundland and Labrador’s Occupational Health and Safety Act in connection with a 2017 incident that killed a Prince Albert man. On June 7, the Newfoundland...
UPDATED: Quinton Pone has been located. The Prince Albert RCMP are asking for the public's assistance in locating 14-year-old Quinton Pone. The teen went missing from the R.M. of Buckland—about 20...
Despite cold weather, gusts of wind, and rain that stopped and started throughout the ceremony, veterans, cadets and their families were out in force for an annual spring tradition. The bad conditions had attendees ducking for...
Little Red River Park doesn’t have the mountains of British Columbia, but Brad Clifford is more than happy to be here. Clifford, a former Saskatchewan resident who now trains skiers, mountain bikers and motocross athletes in...
“What is the future that we are all striving to achieve? Can we articulate it? Can we visualize it?"- Sen. Scott Tannas Prince Albert's Trevor Dubois voiced topics important to Indigenous youth at...
Prince Albert police responded to 274 calls between Friday afternoon and Monday morning—one of which involved arranging a meeting with an accused online seller of a stolen watch. Earlier this month, someone broke into a home.
Some Nordale residents are upset after learning that heavy truck traffic will be diverted through their neighbourhood for the next two weeks. On Thursday, the city sent out notices that due to construction on Central Avenue north,...
A pair of Carlton students have returned from the national Skills Canada competition that was held in Halifax last week. Emily White represented Saskatchewan in the baking competition, while Nicholas Doucette competed in precision machining.
It took almost a year, but Habitat for Humanity’s biggest Prince Albert construction project is finally complete. The organization officially handed over the six-bedroom, 1,175 square ft. home—complete with finished basement—to the its new owners on Friday.
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