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Concerns about noise, dust and trucking have been made regarding a planned saw mill operation on Pulp Haul Road but the RM's reeve figured those arguments "don't hold water."
Concerns about noise, dust and trucking have been made regarding a planned saw mill operation on Pulp Haul Road but the RM's reeve figured those arguments "don't hold water." submitted photo/Jack Daniel Ermine

Arguments against Buckland saw mill not credible: Reeve

By Glenn Hicks
August 16, 2018 - 2:00pm

There's continued concern from some of the neighbours about a saw mill enterprise setting up soon on Pulp Haul Road in the RM of Buckland.

P.A. joins the rest of the province in a major decline in housing starts, which is also mirrored elsewhere in the country.
P.A. joins the rest of the province in a major decline in housing starts, which is also mirrored elsewhere in the country. File photo/lethbridgenewsNOW

P.A. housing slump mirrored across province and nation

By paNOW Staff
August 10, 2018 - 2:00pm Updated: August 10, 2018 - 4:32pm

Prince Albert’s housing construction scene may be in the doldrums, but the city is not alone as latest figures show the severe decline is widespread across the province and in other parts of the nation.

Despite a surge in part-time employment across the nation, Saskatchewan and Prince Albert did not fare as well.
Despite a surge in part-time employment across the nation, Saskatchewan and Prince Albert did not fare as well. File photo/The Canadian Press

Part-time work helps push Canada's unemployment rate down; province, city don’t fare as well

By Tyler Marr
August 10, 2018 - 12:00pm

Despite a surge in part-time employment across the nation offsetting full-time declines and pushing down Canada’s unemployment rate, the numbers paint a less-than-rosy picture in Saskatchewan and Prince Albert.

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