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Prince Albert Herald
The local news source for Prince Albert, Saskatchewan, since 1894.
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Prince Albert Herald 1h
Teams of 10 worked together to push through each leg: long distance running, paddling, cycling, running with a heavy pack, log cutting and fire starting.
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Prince Albert Herald 8h
A set of signs, funded by Prince Albert’s 2016 entry into the This Place Matters campaign, have finally arrived and have been installed to help people find their way around downtown P.A.
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Prince Albert Herald 24h
"UPS is, of course, big brown trucks, that's what everybody's image is and...there are no big brown trucks in Prince Albert," said Owner Bill Chow.
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Prince Albert Herald Sep 19
“We know how important affordable housing is for families. The need is really huge."
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Prince Albert Herald Sep 19
Blue and yellow balloons and a large 'now open' banner are painting a new business in the Cornerstone area.
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Prince Albert Herald Sep 19
Three men from Edmonton and a woman from Île-à-la-Crosse were arrested and charged.
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Prince Albert Herald Sep 19
The Victoria Hospital Foundation is launching this year's Give a Little Life Day campaign with a $2.2 million goal to expand their neonatal unit.
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Prince Albert Herald Sep 19
“We have an ethical duty to ensure that the donor's donation is being used for its intended purpose and that they are recognized accordingly and in a meaningful way,” said Sherry Buckler.
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Prince Albert Herald Sep 18
“My goal is to continue to improve those relations and build bridges," said Medical Health Officer Nnamdi Ndubuka.
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Prince Albert Herald Sep 18
"I was made aware of one particular scarring reality. Among numerous ways of reprimanding children in residential schools for speaking their mother tongue, many had their tongues pierced with pins."
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Prince Albert Herald Sep 17
“The supports are there. Whether you're fire, EMS, corrections, police — we all see the dark of our jobs and we need to be beside each other to make sure that we all hold each other high," said Advanced Care Paramedic Chris Pacey.
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Prince Albert Herald Sep 17
"Everyone on the team is extremely proud of what we've been able to do here and with how far we've come," Whiskey Jacks forward Darcy Murphy said.
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Prince Albert Herald Sep 17
"If a 15-year-old girl or boy's family think they are going to commit suicide...it's very hard for them to deal with those kind of situations."
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Prince Albert Herald Sep 17
“The post-fire environment is diverse," said Ecologist Team Leader Dustin Guedo.
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Prince Albert Herald Sep 17
The Amber Alert has been cancelled.
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Prince Albert Herald Sep 17
UPDATE: RCMP have confirmed six-year-old Emma O'Keeffe has been found safely in North Battleford. That's after the missing girl triggered an when she was inside a stolen vehicle. The Ambert Alert was cancelled around 7 this morning.
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Prince Albert Herald Sep 16
Police say missing six-year-old Emma O'Keeffe requires medication every 12 hours to prevent "extreme medical distress." Gas stations across western Canada are urged to lookout for the stolen SUV. The Amber Alert has been expanded to include Manitoba and Alberta.
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Prince Albert Herald Sep 16
Amber Alert update: Emma O'Keeffe was sitting in the back seat of the family vehicle when it was stolen outside of a North Battleford strip mall. The mall is adjacent to highway 16,...
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Prince Albert Herald Sep 16
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Prince Albert Herald Sep 14
Replying to @PADailyHerald
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