Union lobbying city to support door-to-door mail
1 hour ago
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...
Accused cocaine trafficker denied bail
4 hours ago
By Taylor MacPherson A Prince Albert man accused of being involved in a major cocaine trafficking conspiracy was denied bail after he was allegedly caught with more cocaine while under 24-hour house arrest. ... Read More
1.1 billion dollar highway construction season ramping up
6 hours ago
By paNOW Staff Drivers can expect several highway construction sites this summer across the northern half of the province. The Ministry of Highways and Infrastructure is set for a near-record construction season that will see work done on roughly 990 km of provincial highways. ... Read More
1 alcohol-related arrest in P.A. over long weekend
6 hours ago
By paNOW Staff Prince Albert residents appeared responsible over the long weekend, as police report only one individual arrested for drinking and driving. A reported 340 vehicles were pulled over resulting in one impaired driving charge, and 17 alcohol-related tickets....
Brain injury association pushes for provincial helmet legislation
22 hours ago
By Tyler Marr One cyclist dies almost every day and of those, 90 per cent were not wearing a helmet. This is according to Glenda James, executive director of the Saskatchewan Brain Injury Association and why she works to raise...