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Goats could possibly be walking the fields and munching on weeds as Prince Albert Food Coalition will present a series of ideas to city council Monday,  including researching the possibility of using sheep or goats to help manage the city’s weeds and unwanted brush.
Goats could possibly be walking the fields and munching on weeds as Prince Albert Food Coalition will present a series of ideas to city council Monday, including researching the possibility of using sheep or goats to help manage the city’s weeds and unwanted brush. File photo/paNOW Staff

Grazing goats could help with P.A. weeds

By Jeff Labine
June 24, 2017 - 11:03am

The City of Prince Albert could be looking to add goats or sheep to the payroll.

From left to right: student Stephen Gobiel; Debbie Schutte of the Prince Albert Food Coalition; Janet Carriere of the Prince Albert Indian Metis Friendship Centre; P.A. city councillor Don Cody; Keith Dodge of TreeCanada; Prince Albert-Northcote MLA Nicole Rancourt.
From left to right: student Stephen Gobiel; Debbie Schutte of the Prince Albert Food Coalition; Janet Carriere of the Prince Albert Indian Metis Friendship Centre; P.A. city councillor Don Cody; Keith Dodge of TreeCanada; Prince Albert-Northcote MLA Nicole Rancourt. submitted photo/City of Prince Albert

P.A. marks Canada's 150 by planting trees

By paNOW Staff
June 17, 2017 - 11:00am

To mark Canada’s 150th birthday, local organizations joined forces to plant trees along the Rotary Trail.

Janet Carriere, the executive director of the Indian Metis Friendship Centre of Prince Albert, and John Hanikenne, president of the Coalition of Aboriginal Peoples in Saskatchewan, attended Prince Albert city council on Monday to discuss the development of a cultural healing farm.
Janet Carriere, the executive director of the Indian Metis Friendship Centre of Prince Albert, and John Hanikenne, president of the Coalition of Aboriginal Peoples in Saskatchewan, attended Prince Albert city council on Monday to discuss the development of a cultural healing farm. Jeff Labine/paNOW Staff

Cultural healing farm looking for permanent home

By Jeff Labine
June 13, 2017 - 12:00pm

The development of Prince Albert’s Indigenous Garden and Cultural Healing Farm is on hold for now, after parties involved could not agree to terms.

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