August 8, 2018 - 8:00amUpdated: August 8, 2018 - 11:01pm
After hearing passionate pleas from both sides, Prince Albert's lawmakers opted to adopt a lighter form of smoking restrictions, citing the new rules as a good first step to modernizing the city’s public smoking legislation.
Three days of traffic disruption on Central Avenue wraps up today.
City crews tied in a new 200 mm PVC mains pipe to the infrastructure under Central as they work their way along 13th Street East. The old cast iron pipe was originally put in the ground early in the previous century.
Round two of talks hashing out the cost for cannabis retail business licences went smoother than the first and ended with Prince Albert’s executive committee signalling its support to move forward on a $30,000 fee and to restrict storefront hours.