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  • Drainage work starting soon

    This month, crews from Allan Construction will begin digging out a series of drainage channels in Prince Albert that have grown over or eroded. ...

  • Federal NDP won the city

    NDP candidate Lon Borgerson won the Oct. 19, 2015 federal election among polling stations situated within Prince Albert city limits. City polling ...

  • Improving seniors’ quality of life

    The Herb Bassett Home is a long-term care facility in great need of the public’s help. City various blanket needs, director of care Frank ...

  • Big month for the museum

    The Prince Albert Historical Museum is marking the city’s 150th anniversary with a significant overhaul of their museum space. Their basement ...

  • Six vehicles impounded

    City bylaw staff has seized six vehicles since last week during their crack down on the city’s worst unpaid parking ticket offenders. Three of ...

  • Reviving Bill C-590

    When local addictions counsellor John Fryters presented his alternate alcohol strategy to the community earlier this month, he was only getting ...

  • Candidates to address seniors concerns

    Considering last year’s federal candidates forum to have been a great success, the Prince Albert Seniors Advocacy Centre is hosting provincial ...

  • Throwing away misconceptions

    One of the strongest points against Prince Albert’s downtown core is the idea that it’s a dangerous place to be -- that the area’s low-income ...

  • Opening The Gate

    Paul Egerton will be sleeping outside tonight; tucked into blankets in a makeshift shelter hidden among trees within city limits. In spite of his ...

  • Emergency vehicles resolution passes

    This year’s Saskatchewan Urban Municipalities Association (SUMA) resolution went over well for the City of Prince Albert. Coun. Martin Ring ...