Shane O'Neill

Aaron Peck, left, and Alex West, right, pose with the team leaders after winning the 12-dog Canadian Challenge.
Aaron Peck, left, and Alex West, right, pose with the team leaders after winning the 12-dog Canadian Challenge. Facebook/Canadian Challenge

Aaron Peck wins 12-dog Canadian Challenge, Marcel Marin takes 8-dog race.

By Shane O'Neill
February 24, 2017 - 12:00pm

Aaron Peck of Grand Prairie, Alta., has won the 12-dog Canadian Challenge dog sled race. He reached the finish line in La Ronge with seven dogs and a time of 46 hours and 29 minutes.

Jody Boulet, community services director, addresses the media from city hall on Thursday.
Jody Boulet, community services director, addresses the media from city hall on Thursday. Shane O'Neill/paNOW Staff

City unveils the latest in community services master plan

By Shane O'Neill
February 16, 2017 - 3:00pm

Prince Albert has taken the next step in its community services master plan.

On Thursday morning, the city held a press conference to update the public on the progress of the plan and to introduce the consulting firm tasked with implementing the community’s vision.

Ward 6 councillor Blake Edwards and planning and development services director John Guenther listen to questions during the neighbourhood planning meeting on Thursday at Vickers Public School.
Ward 6 councillor Blake Edwards and planning and development services director John Guenther listen to questions during the neighbourhood planning meeting on Thursday at Vickers Public School. Shane O'Neill/paNOW Staff

Neighbourhood planning meetings make waves in Ward 6

By Shane O'Neill
February 10, 2017 - 6:39am Updated: February 10, 2017 - 9:57am

Some Prince Albert residents want the city to jump right in and build a new year-round pool.

The newest inductees and their representatives to the Prince Albert Sports Hall of Fame, (L to R) Deanna Rindal, Mrs. Primeau on behalf of Douglas, Ken Morrison, Mike Mazurek on behalf of the Mintos, Brad Toporowski on behalf of PAMHA and Sensai Chris Lair.
The newest inductees and their representatives to the Prince Albert Sports Hall of Fame, (L to R) Deanna Rindal, Mrs. Primeau on behalf of Douglas, Ken Morrison, Mike Mazurek on behalf of the Mintos, Brad Toporowski on behalf of PAMHA and Sensai Chris Lair. Shane O'Neill/paNOW Staff

Morrison, Mintos and P.A. Minor Hockey highlight 2017 Sports Hall of Fame inductees

By Shane O'Neill
February 3, 2017 - 5:00pm

Six new portraits will adorn the Prince Albert Sports Hall of Fame in April.

The hall’s 2017 induction class was introduced on Friday afternoon.

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