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Water going down the drain.
Water going down the drain. file photo/paNOW Staff

P.A. residents ask city why their water bills are sky high

By Juliet Kadzviti
June 28, 2016 - 7:00pm Updated: June 28, 2016 - 7:43pm

Several residents have asked the city to get to the bottom of why their water bills are so high.

Council met for their regular meeting on Monday June 27 and asked city staff why residents have been receiving higher than average water bills.

Flowers surround the Gordie Howe statue outside SaskTel Centre in Saskatoon following the hockey legend's death on June 10, 2016.
Flowers surround the Gordie Howe statue outside SaskTel Centre in Saskatoon following the hockey legend's death on June 10, 2016. Daniella Ponticelli/CKOM News Staff

Saskatoon Councillor wants bridge named after Gordie Howe

By CKOM News Staff
June 27, 2016 - 7:59am

There is already a rink, football field, campground, statue and sports complex in honour of Gordie Howe in Saskatoon, but if Coun. Darren Hill gets his way, there will be one more thing in the city named for Mr. Hockey.

The intersection of 15th St. and 15th Ave. E.
The intersection of 15th St. and 15th Ave. E. file photo/paNOW Staff

Two week construction at busy intersection starts Monday

By paNOW Staff
June 25, 2016 - 8:25am

One of Prince Albert’s busiest intersections will be under construction for two weeks.

Construction at 15th St. E. and 15th Ave. E. is set to begin Monday, June 27 to widen the intersection.

Staff at the city said construction is expected to last two weeks, weather permitting.

Felix Casavant, Dean McKim, Ian Litzenberger, Mayor Greg Dionne at today's cheque presentation.
Felix Casavant, Dean McKim, Ian Litzenberger, Mayor Greg Dionne at today's cheque presentation. file photo/paNOW Staff

Project Triple Play receives $93K donation

By Nigel Maxwell
June 24, 2016 - 7:00pm

An initiative to build two world-standard softball diamonds in Prince Albert has received a huge cash injection.

The Federated Co-op presented a cheque for a total of $93,175 to the Project Triple Play committee today, $40,000 of which came from the local P.A. Co-op.