Prince Albert

MLA Joe Hargrave (Sask.Party, P.A. Carlton) says the recent health funding deal with the federal government was a compromise needed to move the province forward.
MLA Joe Hargrave (Sask.Party, P.A. Carlton) says the recent health funding deal with the federal government was a compromise needed to move the province forward. file photo/paNOW Staff

P.A. MLA sees health deal as a compromise

By Jeff Labine
January 18, 2017 - 5:00pm Updated: January 19, 2017 - 7:32am

Saskatchewan and the federal government have come to terms on a health-funding agreement but it wasn’t the deal the province wanted, says one of Prince Albert's MLAs.

Senator Solomon “Sol” Sanderson addresses the crowd at the Senator Allen Bird Memorial Centre during the Nation to Nation, Government to Government, Sovereignty and Treaty Relations Forum. The forum will be hosted until Jan. 19.
Senator Solomon “Sol” Sanderson addresses the crowd at the Senator Allen Bird Memorial Centre during the Nation to Nation, Government to Government, Sovereignty and Treaty Relations Forum. The forum will be hosted until Jan. 19. Bryan Eneas/paNOW Staff

PAGC Conference: The code of silence

By Bryan Eneas
January 17, 2017 - 4:54pm

During a gathering hosted at the Senator Allen Bird Memorial Centre, Indigenous leaders and youth are learning about the treaties their ancestors signed into and the effect they have today.

Roughrider alumni Luc Mullinder, 2013 Grey Cup Champion Scott McHenry, and Roughrider fullback Spencer Moore have been spreading the Red Cross’ anti-bullying message to schools across Saskatchewan.
Roughrider alumni Luc Mullinder, 2013 Grey Cup Champion Scott McHenry, and Roughrider fullback Spencer Moore have been spreading the Red Cross’ anti-bullying message to schools across Saskatchewan. Taylor MacPherson/paNOW Staff

Riders and Red Cross tackle bullying in northern communities

By Taylor MacPherson
January 17, 2017 - 2:19pm

The Saskatchewan Roughriders and the Canadian Red Cross teamed up to tackle bullying in the province, and organizers want to spread their program to as many northern communities as possible.

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