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The Ministry of Parks, Culture and Sport launches its provincial park campsite reservation system for the summer on April 4, 2017.
The Ministry of Parks, Culture and Sport launches its provincial park campsite reservation system for the summer on April 4, 2017. submitted photo/Ministry of Parks, Culture and Sport

Province to launch 2017 park reservations

By CJME News Staff
March 27, 2017 - 11:07am

Summer is fast approaching and a sign of just that is the province is readying to open reservations for its parks.
 
The provincial park campsite reservation system will launch for the 2017 summer season April 4.
 

Minister of Finance Kevin Doherty stopped into the Prince Albert Inn to address the Chamber of Commerce on March 24, 2017 just three days after the provincial budget was tabled. He was questioned by business owners on the closure of STC, and the impact of the one per cent increase to the PST.
Minister of Finance Kevin Doherty stopped into the Prince Albert Inn to address the Chamber of Commerce on March 24, 2017 just three days after the provincial budget was tabled. He was questioned by business owners on the closure of STC, and the impact of the one per cent increase to the PST. Bryan Eneas/paNOW Staff

Doherty appears in P.A., provides answers to business owners

By Bryan Eneas
March 24, 2017 - 5:00pm

This year’s “tough budget” features a variety of cuts which had members of the Prince Albert Chamber of Commerce and business owners curious as to what the minister was going to say during his P.A. visit today.

The Senator Myles Venne Memorial School Huskies were able to best the Senator Allen Bird Memorial School in the second annual PAGC basketball tournament.
The Senator Myles Venne Memorial School Huskies were able to best the Senator Allen Bird Memorial School in the second annual PAGC basketball tournament. Bryan Eneas/paNOW staff

Myles Venne senior girls take PAGC gold

By Bryan Eneas
March 24, 2017 - 12:00pm

Students within the Prince Albert Grand Council (PAGC) communities filed into the Senator Allen Bird Memorial Center this week to shoot some hoops. The Senator Myles Venne Memorial School Huskies won the tournament after a hard fought game against Montreal Lake.

After months of hints and speculation, Saskatchewan's provincial budget is set to be released today.
After months of hints and speculation, Saskatchewan's provincial budget is set to be released today. file photo/panow.com

Anticipation mounts as Sask. budget to be revealed

By Sarah Mills
March 22, 2017 - 8:35am

After months of speculation, one of the most anticipated provincial budgets in recent memory will be revealed Wednesday afternoon.

We already know the deficit has ballooned to $1.2 billion and now Finance Minister Kevin Doherty admits to some "difficult decisions."

Prince Albert's Serra Gillis transfers bars via a Pak salto. She recently returned from Montreal, where she competed in Gymnix International, an international gymnastics competition with competitors from as far away as Russia.
Prince Albert's Serra Gillis transfers bars via a Pak salto. She recently returned from Montreal, where she competed in Gymnix International, an international gymnastics competition with competitors from as far away as Russia. Bryan Eneas/paNOW Staff

P.A. gymnasts continue to fly high

By Bryan Eneas
March 21, 2017 - 3:28pm Updated: March 21, 2017 - 4:32pm

In December, a Prince Albert gymnast qualified for an event few athletes from Saskatchewan have ever attended, Elite Canada.

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