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  • Pipe ceremony offers a prayer

    A public pipe ceremony along the southern bank of the North Saskatchewan River offered prayers for those dealing with the oil leak. The prayer ...

  • Potential water solution north of the river

    If everything goes to plan, taps north of the river might begin flowing again by this afternoon. “If” everything goes to plan, RM of Buckland ...

  • Oil leak timeline called to question

    It took Husky Energy about 14 hours to go from suspecting they had a leak to confirming said leak and alerting the Government of Saskatchewan to ...

  • City continues finding water [FULL STORY]

    The City of Prince Albert’s water supply is getting tight, with their reserves down to about 50 per cent by press time on Tuesday -- about a ...

  • Tracking the oil

    Oil began spilled out of a Husky Energy pipeline near Maidstone, Sask. on Thursday, July 21. The leak occurred about 300 metres from the North ...

  • “Respect and communication”

    Standing on the bank of the North Saskatchewan River on Monday, Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations Chief Bobby Cameron made a request. He ...

  • Rural partners struggle without water

    With limited warning, the City of Prince Albert shut off water to its rural partners at midnight on Sunday. As of Monday afternoon, area RMs were ...

  • Oil spill: Sunday’s update

    The oil spill flowing toward us will affect City of Prince Albert water operations for “up to two months,” public works manager of engineering ...

  • Pokémon explore the Prince Albert Historical Museum

    There are Pokémon throughout the Prince Albert Historical Museum, and associate curator Tim Panas is thrilled about it. The Prince Albert ...

  • WARNING: Oil flowing our way

    Stock up on water on Saturday and begin running the taps sparingly by Sunday morning, city manager Jim Toye urged City of Prince Albert water ...