Community leaders take a seat for accessibility
9 hours ago
By Jeff Labine Most people don’t have a problem with stairs and steps but wheelchair user Blair Morgan considers them his arch nemesis. “That’s my biggest peeve, really,” he said. Morgan’s motorcycle riding career came to an abrupt end in...
Domestic violence calls increasing despite police initiatives
12 hours ago
By Taylor MacPherson The issue of domestic violence is a growing one in Prince Albert. Use of safe shelters and domestic violence programming are both up in the city over previous years, and the police have also noticed the upward...
Symposium brings attention to chronic condition
14 hours ago
By paNOW Staff A chronic condition that is rarely heard of and hard to diagnose will be the focus of a symposium in Prince Albert this weekend. Lymphedema is a collection of fluid that causes swelling of a body part...
Rabid animals rare, but concern still real: health region
14 hours ago
By Jeff Labine As the weather improves and more people venture outdoors, animal encounters increase. The health region reminds some of these animals carry potentially deadly diseases. ... Read More
Union lobbying city to support door-to-door mail
May 23, 2017
By Dana Reynolds A local union is lobbying hard to bring back a service members call crucial to the community. Door-to-door mail is an essential service Ellen Bowles with the Canadian Union of Postal Workers said. Her group will be...