Prince Albert

In 1872, Reverend James Nisbet set up a missionary in the heart of the prairies and named it after Queen Victoria’s deceased husband, Prince Albert. The man built the Nisbet Church and used it as the first church and schoolhouse for the area.
In 1872, Reverend James Nisbet set up a missionary in the heart of the prairies and named it after Queen Victoria’s deceased husband, Prince Albert. The man built the Nisbet Church and used it as the first church and schoolhouse for the area. Glenn Hicks/paNOW Staff

Future of Nisbet Church unclear after budget talks

By Tyler Marr
November 19, 2017 - 9:02am

The future of what is believed to be the second oldest buildings in Saskatchewan is up in the air after the topic received a heavy spotlight during general budget deliberations.

The locally filmed documentary highlights the Indigenous practices used in the treatment and management of HIV/AIDS.
The locally filmed documentary highlights the Indigenous practices used in the treatment and management of HIV/AIDS. Merv Thomas/Canadian Aboriginal Aids Network

Locally shot HIV/AIDS documentary up for Los Angeles award

By Glenn Hicks
November 18, 2017 - 11:00am

A locally-shot documentary that highlights the use of Indigenous practices alongside western medicine in the treatment and management of HIV/AIDS has been nominated for an award.

After a number of care homes saw a nearly 200 per cent tax bill hike in 2017, council will explore the creation of a new fee structure for personal care homes during 2018 budget talks.
After a number of care homes saw a nearly 200 per cent tax bill hike in 2017, council will explore the creation of a new fee structure for personal care homes during 2018 budget talks. Tyler Marr/paNOW Staff

Tax changes for care homes to come in 2018

By Tyler Marr
November 17, 2017 - 12:00pm Updated: November 17, 2017 - 1:34pm

A number of care homes in 2017 were moved from a residential tax bracket to commercial and some saw a nearly 200 per cent tax increase.

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