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Prince Albert
Tuesday, May 28, 2024

CUPE strike saved City $535,000, finance department reports

The three-month CUPE 882 strike resulted in roughly $535,000 in savings for the City of Prince Albert. That’s according to a report from the City’s...

Transit ridership booms in 2023, but cost efficiency still ‘slightly lower than optimal’: report

The number of Prince Albert residents taking the bus hit new highs in seven of the 12 months last year, according to the City’s...

Prince Albert delivery driver to stand trial for manslaughter

A Prince Albert delivery driver accused of killing a fast food worker in the Cornerstone business district will stand trial for manslaughter later this...

Council votes to implement fee for non-residents who use recreation facilities

Non-residents will have to pay a $150 fee to use indoor City of Prince Albert facilities and a $75 fee to use outdoor City...

Hargrave happy with Sask. Party’s direction, cites age and family plans as reasons for not running

Prince Albert Carlton MLA Joe Hargrave said he’s happy with the direction of the Saskatchewan Party, and recent allegations from outgoing Speaker Randy Weekes...

Prince Albert MLA defends legislature work environment

Prince Albert Northcote MLA Alana Ross said the provincial legislature has a great work environment on Friday. Ross made the comments after being asked if...

Alberta rainfall helps crews contain Fort McMurray wildfire

Scott HayesLocal Journalism Initiative ReporterJasper Fitzhugh It was a wet and cool long weekend for most of Alberta, and this weather was especially pertinent to...

Gilliland candidacy bid for Aurora-Oak Ridges-Richmond Hill nixed by Conservatives

Brock WeirLocal Journalism Initiative ReporterThe Auroran Ward 2 Councillor Rachel Gilliland’s bid to carry the Conservative Party of Canada banner for Aurora-Oak Ridges-Richmond Hill in...
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