Prince Albert

Thompson Venne, 16, goes through First Aid training while attending the Lifesaving Society Saskatchewan at Marion Aquatics.
Thompson Venne, 16, goes through First Aid training while attending the Lifesaving Society Saskatchewan at Marion Aquatics. Jeff Labine/paNOW Staff

Northern youth learn water safety in P.A.

By Jeff Labine
February 24, 2017 - 3:00pm

When Brianna Yew went to the beach in her home community of English River First Nation, she never gave a second thought to running into the water.

But after the 12-year-old attended a water safety course in Prince Albert this week, she said she knows now to be a bit more cautious.

The Sask. Registered Nurses’ Association found Carolyn Strom guilty of profession misconduct for a Facebook post she made back in February 2015 criticizing the care her grandfather was receiving.
The Sask. Registered Nurses’ Association found Carolyn Strom guilty of profession misconduct for a Facebook post she made back in February 2015 criticizing the care her grandfather was receiving. file photo/paNOW Staff

Outspoken nurse sees support from colleagues, public

By Jeff Labine
February 23, 2017 - 5:00pm Updated: February 24, 2017 - 6:52am

A decision to fine a Prince Albert nurse for speaking out on the care her grandfather received is getting backlash from both the nursing community and the public.

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