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Red Wing School Choir performs.
Red Wing School Choir performs. Sarah Stone, paNOW Staff

VIDEO: Christmas carols stream from City Hall

By paNOW Staff
December 9, 2014 - 5:11pm Updated: December 10, 2014 - 6:01am

Students from several schools around Prince Albert are trying to bring Christmas cheer to City Hall.

From Dec. 8 – 12 various school choirs are singing in the main foyer for the public. 

The event, hosted by the Prince Albert Multicultural Council, runs from 12 p.m. to 1 p.m.

This will become a more familiar sight in 2015: empty council chambers. There’ll be fewer meetings now that council approved changes to the way it does business.
This will become a more familiar sight in 2015: empty council chambers. There’ll be fewer meetings now that council approved changes to the way it does business. Thia James, paNOW Staff

Mayor promises more transparency with fewer meetings

By Thia James
December 9, 2014 - 11:24am

Prince Albert will be reducing the number of council meetings held in 2015, but the city’s mayor promises the changes to the meeting structure will mean greater transparency.

Visitors to the Kinsmen Water Park will likely not see this sight next summer. With a $50,000 donation, Prince Albert’s mayor is 100 per cent confident the slides will be rebuilt.
Visitors to the Kinsmen Water Park will likely not see this sight next summer. With a $50,000 donation, Prince Albert’s mayor is 100 per cent confident the slides will be rebuilt. paNOW file photo

Kinsmen water slides’ rebuild moving forward: Mayor

By Thia James
December 8, 2014 - 9:47pm

Restoration work on the Kinsmen Water Park’s slides will get underway in the new year, even with snow on the ground, according to Prince Albert’s mayor, Greg Dionne.