Glenn Hicks

The province's dealers' association says with the PST only on the difference between the sale and trade-in price, and along with the trade-in allowance the price of used cars will not increase.
The province's dealers' association says with the PST only on the difference between the sale and trade-in price, and along with the trade-in allowance the price of used cars will not increase. Britton Gray/980 CJME

Some break for consumers on new PST rules on trade-ins: SADA

By Glenn Hicks
April 14, 2018 - 10:48am

The Saskatchewan Automobile Dealers' Association (SADA) is clarifying what the PST on used cars means for dealers and the public, and said: “it’s going to be a benefit all the way around.”

Saskatchewan schools are getting $30 million more this year following last year's $54 million cut. However, challenges will remain because the new money will be eroded through inflationary and fixed cost increases.
Saskatchewan schools are getting $30 million more this year following last year's $54 million cut. However, challenges will remain because the new money will be eroded through inflationary and fixed cost increases. file photo/paNOW Staff

Education leaders welcome budget restoration of some funding

By Glenn Hicks
April 12, 2018 - 2:00pm

Local educational leaders are calling this week's budget the heralding of a new beginning in the relationship between government and school divisions.

The aim of the province-wide gun amnesty program is to keep weapons like these out of the hands of criminals. A local gun store offered the public the option to bring them in for cash.
The aim of the province-wide gun amnesty program is to keep weapons like these out of the hands of criminals. A local gun store offered the public the option to bring them in for cash. submitted/RCMP

Gun stores argue safe storage, offer options to amnesty

By Glenn Hicks
March 31, 2018 - 10:00am

Why turn your unwanted firearm over to police for destruction as part of the province-wide gun amnesty when you can sell it and make cash?

Finishing touches are being made to the modern 36,000 square foot Save On Foods store at Prince Albert Crossings. It will employ 160 people, almost all of whom are from Prince Albert.
Finishing touches are being made to the modern 36,000 square foot Save On Foods store at Prince Albert Crossings. It will employ 160 people, almost all of whom are from Prince Albert. Glenn Hicks/paNOW Staff

Save On Foods opening imminent

By Glenn Hicks
March 28, 2018 - 5:00pm

The eagerly-anticipated opening of the city's newest grocery store appears imminent.

Staff at Save On Foods at the Prince Albert Crossings are finishing the interior and bringing in stock.

Criminal incidents at this apartment on Central Ave. are once again in the spotlight. Police say they responded to 21 calls in there during first 23 days of March, but the church that owns the building says things are improving.
Criminal incidents at this apartment on Central Ave. are once again in the spotlight. Police say they responded to 21 calls in there during first 23 days of March, but the church that owns the building says things are improving. Bryan Eneas/paNOW Staff

Safety still a concern at problem downtown apartment building

By Glenn Hicks
March 28, 2018 - 10:00am

Violence and crime at the problem-plagued former “CB building” in Prince Albert’s downtown are once again in the spotlight.

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