Glenn Hicks

There were 3,700 seatbelt offences in this province in 2017 with some motorists still finding excuses not to buckle up.
There were 3,700 seatbelt offences in this province in 2017 with some motorists still finding excuses not to buckle up. submitted photo/SGI

SGI frustrated with lack of seatbelt use

By Glenn Hicks
February 1, 2018 - 10:00am

If you think wearing a seatbelt is uncomfortable, try flying through a windshield.

That’s the brutally frank statement from an SGI spokesman ahead of their Traffic Safety Spotlight for February, which will focus on occupant safety including seatbelt and appropriate child seat use.

845 Cameco jobs, most of them salaried, go on hold this week. Many will receive 75 per cent of their base wage as the expected 10-month closure kicks in.
845 Cameco jobs, most of them salaried, go on hold this week. Many will receive 75 per cent of their base wage as the expected 10-month closure kicks in. submitted photo/Cameco

Cameco shut down starts this week

By Glenn Hicks
January 31, 2018 - 2:12pm

The final shift at Cameco's Key Lake and McArthur River uranium operations is wrapping up, which will leave a total of 845 people out of work for an expected 10-month lay-off.

It will certainly be all smiles if Kelvin Pankiw and the P.A. and District Chamber can get the ear of premier-designate Scott Moe and work towards the construction of a second bridge.
It will certainly be all smiles if Kelvin Pankiw and the P.A. and District Chamber can get the ear of premier-designate Scott Moe and work towards the construction of a second bridge. Tyler Marr/paNOW Staff

P.A. Chamber confident new premier will heed call for second bridge

By Glenn Hicks
January 30, 2018 - 2:00pm

The CEO of the P.A. and District Chamber of Commerce says he's quietly confident the new premier of Saskatchewan will respond to a resounding call for a second bridge over the river.

Nominations are now open for the 2018 Women's Hall of Fame inductee. Last year Lynda Monahan was added to the list of women who have made an extraordinary impact on the community.
Nominations are now open for the 2018 Women's Hall of Fame inductee. Last year Lynda Monahan was added to the list of women who have made an extraordinary impact on the community. submitted photo

Looking for P.A.'s next Hall of Fame woman

By Glenn Hicks
January 24, 2018 - 5:00pm

If you know a woman who should be recognized for her contribution to the local or wider community, then the Prince Albert Council of Women (PACW) would like to hear all about it.

The organization is now accepting nominations for the Women's Hall of Fame class of 2018.

The lawyer for the company suing Embee Diamonds Technologies Inc.says the P.A. company is throwing up procedural roadblocks by attempting to get the case moved to Belgian courts.
The lawyer for the company suing Embee Diamonds Technologies Inc.says the P.A. company is throwing up procedural roadblocks by attempting to get the case moved to Belgian courts. file photo/paNOW Staff

P.A. diamond company wants debt dispute moved to Belgian court

By Glenn Hicks
January 19, 2018 - 5:00pm

A Prince Albert company embroiled in a lengthy lawsuit over a big diamond purchase is being accused of throwing up roadblocks in the legal proceedings.

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