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Several RCMP vehicles were deployed north of Prince Albert late Saturday morning. The chief of the Montreal Lake Cree Nation says the incident was connected to the shooting death of a young woman in the community earlier.
Several RCMP vehicles were deployed north of Prince Albert late Saturday morning. The chief of the Montreal Lake Cree Nation says the incident was connected to the shooting death of a young woman in the community earlier. submitted

Special security measures in Montreal Lake after fatal shooting.

By Glenn Hicks
November 18, 2018 - 8:10am Updated: November 18, 2018 - 10:32am

Special security measures remained in place Sunday in Montreal Lake Cree Nation following a deadly shooting incident. An RCMP tactical unit had been deployed and road blocks had been set up, according to the chief of the First Nations community.

Malcolm Jenkins and baby Brielle. Brielle has spent three weeks in the Victoria Hospital Neonatal Unit and was just weaned off oxygen and will be going home very soon with her family.
Malcolm Jenkins and baby Brielle. Brielle has spent three weeks in the Victoria Hospital Neonatal Unit and was just weaned off oxygen and will be going home very soon with her family. Victoria Hospital Foundation

P.A. philanthropist kick-starts Victoria Hospital campaign

By Glenn Hicks
November 16, 2018 - 5:15pm

The size of the Victoria Hospital Level 2 Neonatal Unit has been labelled ”ridiculous” and “like being in a broom closet.”

From left: Coun. Evert Botha, Conrad Burns and MP Randy Hoback are working to make the Christmas season more special for men in the community who are in need.
From left: Coun. Evert Botha, Conrad Burns and MP Randy Hoback are working to make the Christmas season more special for men in the community who are in need. Brady Bateman/paNOW Staff

Gifts for the guys

By Brady Bateman
November 16, 2018 - 2:00pm

The 2018 annual Community Christmas Dinner is rapidly approaching, and in anticipation of the event gifts are being gathered to make the season a little merrier for men in the community.

The S.S. North West, a steamship which measured 200-feet in length, was used to transport the 200 or more rifles into the North Sask. River in 1885.
The S.S. North West, a steamship which measured 200-feet in length, was used to transport the 200 or more rifles into the North Sask. River in 1885. submitted photo/Prince Albert Historical Society

Researchers work to retrieve Poundmaker weapons from North Sask. River

By Brady Bateman
November 15, 2018 - 5:00pm Updated: November 15, 2018 - 5:45pm

Researchers in Saskatchewan may soon begin the hunt for weapons that have been lost to the world for more than 130 years.

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