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University of Saskatchewan administrators say there will be new full-degree programming, possibly in the areas of agriculture, engineering and business, as the new single downtown campus grows. The reworking of the old Forestry Centre building on Central Avenue into the single campus will start in the spring of 2019 ahead of the fall 2020 opening.
University of Saskatchewan administrators say there will be new full-degree programming, possibly in the areas of agriculture, engineering and business, as the new single downtown campus grows. The reworking of the old Forestry Centre building on Central Avenue into the single campus will start in the spring of 2019 ahead of the fall 2020 opening. File photo/paNOW Staff

New campus in P.A. will see growth in full degree programs: USASK

By Glenn Hicks
September 11, 2018 - 5:00pm

The University of Saskatchewan administrators say in time there will be new full-degree courses offered at the new downtown Prince Albert campus, potentially including the fields of agriculture, business a

The turret on the home at 1919 Central Avenue is it's most obvious feature, but it also has a colourful past.
The turret on the home at 1919 Central Avenue is it's most obvious feature, but it also has a colourful past. Facebook/ REMAX P.A.Realty

A harkening for P.A.'s heritage homes

By Glenn Hicks
August 29, 2018 - 11:37am Updated: August 30, 2018 - 10:03am

Homes once occupied by prominent citizens of Prince Albert, including doctors, lawyers, church ministers, business leaders, and perhaps even ladies of the night, are ready to change hands once again.

Julianna Maggrah and Katelyn Lysitza are spending their summer working with the Prince Albert Historical Society, where there is a travelling exhibit looking at traditional foods of the Anishinaabe.
Julianna Maggrah and Katelyn Lysitza are spending their summer working with the Prince Albert Historical Society, where there is a travelling exhibit looking at traditional foods of the Anishinaabe. Charlene Tebbutt/paNOW Staff

Travelling exhibit looks at traditional ways of the Anishinaabe

By Charlene Tebbutt
August 14, 2018 - 5:00pm

There are just a few days left to take in a travelling exhibit on the traditional foods of the Anishinaabe people at the museum in downtown Prince Albert.

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