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  • Combatting operating room fatigue

    In an effort to combat operating room fatigue, the Prince Albert Parkland Health Region has updated the way it staffs on-call positions. Burdened ...

  • Addressing the “outrageous” rate increases

    It’s “outrageous” that SaskPower request a 10.25 per cent rate increase over the next eight months, David Kerr said last week. Speaking to a ...

  • “Grave concerns” over council decision

    The Prince Albert Seniors Advocacy Centre has taken up the cause of a group of local seniors who are fighting City Hall for the reinstatement of ...

  • Supporting an inclusive community

    “We are a diverse community and we should be inclusive of everyone,” Coun. Lee Atkinson said, proclaiming it Pride Week in Prince Albert. In a ...

  • The old stomping grounds

    Prince Albert’s St. Paul’s Presbyterian congregation will hold a special service in their namesake church for one final time on June 18. For a ...

  • Counting 101 homeless citizens 

    On March 22, two teams of researchers and local shelter staff counted 101 homeless people living in Prince Albert between 8 p.m. and 2 a.m. The ...

  • “It’s a family disease”

    While the “anonymous” status of their membership keeps everyone on the same level, it might also prevent their good word from getting out. On ...

  • Mayor gets time with federal minister

    Infrastructure funding. It’s the go-to point of inquiry for elected officials the nation over, and on Thursday, Mayor Greg Dionne gained insight ...

  • A push against privatization

    The Sask. Party’s push to privatize liquor stores is a mistake, argued Saskatchewan Government and General Employees’ Union (SGEU) representative ...

  • Rancourt pushes for in-province hires

    The Saskatchewan government contracted $500,000 in reforestation work to out-of-province companies during a time in which the Prince Albert area ...