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World Renown Psychic Medium Jodie Rollins - Live Event

Jodie Rollins, world renowned Psychic Medium and creator of The F**king Clarity Tour will be live at the Western Development Museum on JUNE 7th. As an expert in the Law of Attraction Jodie has been travelling internationally and changing people's lives for over two decades.

Canadian Tire Jumpstart Charities and Local Foundation to Bring Inclusive Play to Prince Albert

In partnership with the City of Prince Albert, Canadian Tire Jumpstart Charities announced today that it will build a universally accessible playground in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan.

Government funding welcome news for Meewasin

As part of the Government of Saskatchewan Budget tabled April 10, 2018 the Meewasin Valley Authority will receive $500,000, the same as was allocated to Meewasin by the province in 2017.


The FIBA 3x3 World Tour will return to downtown Saskatoon this summer, once again in conjunction with Taste of Saskatchewan on July 21-22, 2018.

Recruitment Process for Chief of Police Prince Albert Police Service

The Prince Albert Board of Police Commissioners have approved the Recruitment Process for the hiring of the next Chief of Police for the Prince Albert Police Service.

Families Begin 150 KM Winter Walk For Second MMIWG Inquiry in Northern Saskatchewan

Family members of missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls from Northern Saskatchewan are in Saskatoon today to participate in a walk from the capital city, northward into Prince Albert, Saskatchewan.

Ex-Broadcaster Hits the Comedy Stage

It's "Saskatchewan's Oldest Living Stand-Up Comedian", Bryan Cox, at The Laugh Shop on Tour Saskatoon and Regina.

Meewasin Announces Conservation Award Winner 2017

Don Kerr is the 2017 recipient of the Meewasin Conservation Award which is presented annually to an individual who has made an outstanding contribution to the heritage resources of the Meewasin Valley.

Giving Tuesday at Meewasin

Meewasin is joining the growing global movement called Giving Tuesday with a day of giving on Tuesday November 28, 2017 for the Meewasin Valley.

Regina Symphony Orchestra To Announce First-Of-Its-Kind Music And Art Festival, Forward Currents Festival

On November 23, 2017 – 11AM at the MacKenzie Art Gallery, the RSO will be officially announcing the Forward Currents Festival, a music festival which explores current socially relevant issues through music and art. The official subtitle of this year’s festival is “Listen and Hear: Toward Prairie Reconciliation” and is set to take place from March 2-4, 2018 at the MacKenzie Art Gallery.

Healthy Start / Départ Santé (HSDS) annonce trois années supplémentaires de financement lors de la Journée Internationale de l’Enfant

L'Agence de la santé publique du Canada et le Saskatchewan Community Initiatives Fund accordent des fonds pour l'initiative Départ Santé en Saskatchewan et au Nouveau-Brunswick.

Healthy Start / Départ Santé (HSDS) receives additional three years of funding

The Public Health Agency of Canada and the Saskatchewan Community Initiatives Fund extend funding for an early years health promotion initiative in Saskatchewan and New Brunswick.

Public Art Stimulus Partnership Fund Now Accepting Applications

The City of Prince Albert is now accepting applications for the Public Art Stimulus Partnership Fund.

The Regina Symphony Orchestra Presents Dancing Queen - The Music of ABBA

The Regina Symphony Orchestra (RSO) is proud to present the Shumiatcher Pops Series opener, Dancing Queen – The Music of ABBA, this Saturday, October 21 – 8PM at the Conexus Arts Centre.

First-ever Fall Household Hazardous Waste Day a big success

350 vehicles, and over 11,800 kilograms of waste was collected.

Community Alcohol Strategy Steering Committee Recognizes World No Alcohol Day in Prince Albert and Area

The Community Alcohol Strategy Steering Committee (CASSC) held a media conference at City Hall this morning in participation with World No Alcohol Day.

Yellow Fish Road News Conference Scheduled for Friday, September 29, 2017

Meewasin Valley Authority & Partners FOR the Saskatchewan River Basin (PFSRB) invites all media to join us for a news conference to recognize World Rivers Day – Friday, September 29, 10:00 am, at Meewasin Valley Authority, 402 Third Avenue South.

The Regina Symphony Orchestra Presents Scheherazade With Dame Evelyn Glennie

The Regina Symphony Orchestra (RSO) kicks off their 2017 – 2018 season, this Saturday, September 23, 2017 – 8PM at the Conexus Arts Centre with Scheherazade. Commencing the season is a performance from the world’s premiere solo percussionist, Dame Evelyn Glennie.

Meewasin Reminds the Public to be River Wise

The Meewasin River Valley is anticipating a warm weekend, which will prompt an increase in individuals accessing the river sandbars especially with the lower water levels creating even greater sandbar availability.

SEDA Offers Municipalities and Organizations Mobile App to Drive Local Commerce

The Saskatchewan Economic Development Association (SEDA) is now the exclusive provider of the 468 Insider platform across Saskatchewan. In an increasingly digital and mobile world, communities are challenged to stay engaged with visitors and residents. To support shop local initiatives and tourism, the 468 Insider platform from 468 Communications allows municipalities to maintain their own branded mobile apps that reward users for visiting places in the community.

City of Prince Albert Offers Regional Solution for Municipal Purchasing

System reduces duplication and streamlines services for participating cities and suppliers.

The RSO Presents "Pictures at an Exhibition"

The Regina Symphony Orchestra (RSO) is thrilled to conclude their 2016-2017 season with the sonic blockbuster Pictures at an Exhibition this Saturday, May 13, 2017 - 8PM at the Conexus Arts Centre.

Right to Life Flag Request on Hold

After conferring with the applicants, the City of Prince Albert has deferred an application for a Right to Life flag raising in Memorial Square at City Hall.

Regina Symphony Orchestra presents Mozart in March

The Regina Symphony Orchestra (RSO) is proud to present the next installment of their Government House Series, Mozart in March, this Saturday, March 18, 2017 at 8:00 pm and Sunday, March 19, 2017 at 2:00 pm.

Saskatchewan Gentle Procedures: Dedicated Practice for Circumcision and Vasectomy

The Gentle Procedures Clinic in Saskatchewan will likely be adding an office in Regina in 2017, in addition to locations in Saskatoon and Swift Current. Gentle Procedures Clinic Saskatchewan is a dedicated practice for virtually-painless circumcision and No-Needle, No-Scalpel vasectomy.

The third clinic location will further the availability of male health services in Saskatchewan for infants, boys and men.

City of Prince Albert and Area sign inter-municipal business license agreement

Businesses can apply for a license under new IMBL program to operate in multiple jurisdictions.

Regina Symphony Orchestra presents "A Celtic Tenors Christmas"

The Regina Symphony Orchestra (RSO) is proud to present the first installment of their holiday programming this Saturday, December 3 - 8PM at the Conexus Arts Centre with A Celtic Tenors Christmas.


The Regina Symphony Orchestra (RSO) is excited to announce a celebration of Beethoven’s moving 4th symphony this Saturday, November 26, 2016 at 8:00PM during their concert, Beethoven Symphony No. 4.

Press Conference on City’s response to latest Husky Energy report

There will be a press conference to be held in the City Hall foyer at 1 pm Monday, November 21.

Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs Seeks Opinion to Appeal Provincial Court Ruling Against Treaty Hunters in Saskatchewan

The Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs is seeking a legal opinion to appeal a provincial court ruling against two Anishinabe Indigenous hunters hunting in their treaty area in Saskatchewan.

Regina is Nearing the Tail-End of the Recent Economic Slowdown

Regina business leaders paint a picture of optimism and signal the recent economic slowdown is shifting, according to the 4th Quarterly Report of the Regina Executive Leadership Outlook (RELO) released today by Economic Development Regina Inc. (EDR).

Regina Symphony Orchestra Presents "Reimagining Broadway with Sarah Slean"

The Regina Symphony Orchestra (RSO) is proud to present Gordon Gerrard’s inaugural Shumiatcher Pops concert, Reimagining Broadway with Sarah Slean, this Saturday, October 22, 2016 at 8:00 pm.

Shumka to Perform at National Gala Showcase in Regina

Edmonton's Ukrainian Shumka Dancers have been invited to perform in Regina, Saskatchewan, as one of the featured guests for the National Gala Showcase celebrating 125 years of Ukrainians in Canada. The event is part of the Ukrainian Canadian Congress' 25 Triennial Congress of Ukrainian Canadians.

The province clears municipalities to resume water intake to N. Sask River

City of Prince Albert begins process to resume intake to N. Sask River.

Construction Begins on Max Power Ball Parks

Following close to two years of development and fundraising, Project Triple Play along with the City of Prince Albert are excited to announce that construction on Max Power Ball Parks at Prime Ministers Park is underway.

City of Prince Albert is requiring property owners to clean up their front lawns

The City of Prince Albert has passed a new Property Amenities Bylaw to ensure that residents keep their front lawns tidy.

Symphony Under the Sky at Motherwell Homestead National Historic Site

The Regina Symphony Orchestra (RSO) and Parks Canada proudly present Symphony Under the Sky at Motherwell Homestead on August 27, 2016. The annual outdoor RSO concert returns to Motherwell Homestead National Historic Site again this year with a variety of family activities and outdoor fun.

A Circumcision Clinic for Saskatchewan

Gentle Procedures Clinic is now open in Saskatchewan, offering circumcision for infants, babies, older boys, and teens - as well as adult men.

Circumcision clinics operate in Saskatoon and Swift Current, and a Regina clinic location is planned for later in the year.

The City of Prince Albert receives first deposit from Husky Energy

The City of Prince Albert has received a $5 million payment installation payment from Husky Energy to pay the direct costs and indirect losses the City has incurred from the Husky Energy oil pipeline spill.

The City of Prince Albert begins compensation claims process with Husky Energy

The City of Prince Albert has begun its claim process seeking financial remuneration from Husky Energy, following a lengthy oil spill crisis that has cost the City millions of dollars.

Husky Claims Centre to be set-up in Prince Albert this weekend

The independent insurance adjuster handling all Husky Energy claims - Braemar Adjusters - will be hosting a Husky claims clinic this weekend in Prince Albert to assist the public in all areas of the claims process.

Mayor Greg Dionne announces positive support from Husky Energy for the City

Prince Albert Mayor Greg Dionne announced at a press conference late Wednesday afternoon that high level officials from Husky Energy have been in talks with the City and are beginning to offer various levels of support.

Fifth straight month of Saskatchewan job losses

Saskatchewan's employment numbers continued to decline last month, with numbers dropping year-over-year for the fifth straight month.

Meewasin Interpretive Centre to Close July 1, 2016

On July 1, the Meewasin Valley Interpretive Centre (MVC), located in the lower level of the Meewasin Valley Authority building located at 402 Third Avenue South, will close.

Local business leaders bullish about future prospects of Regina’s economy

Regina business leaders are increasingly confident about the future of the local economy according to the 3rd Quarterly Report of the Regina Executive Leadership Outlook (RELO) released by Economic Development Regina Inc. (EDR) today.

Symphony under the Sky Festival at Motherwell Homestead National Historic Site

The Regina Symphony Orchestra (RSO) and Parks Canada proudly present Symphony under the Sky Festival at Motherwell Homestead on August 27, 2016 from 10:00 am - 5:00 pm. Be part of Gordon Gerrard's inaugural season and get a sneak peek of the fantastic music we have lined up with a full-length Symphony under the Sky concert from 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm.

Sask. Party suspending services at Preeceville Health Centre

Less than a year after a man passed away due to services cut at the Preeceville & District Integrated Health Care Facility, the Sask. Party government has chosen to cut the services all together.

In just 11 months, surgery waits triple as Sask. Party continues to cut

Since the Sask. Party cut the budget for surgeries last year, the number of people waiting over three months for surgery has grown by an alarming 174 per cent and those waiting more than six months for surgery has doubled.

Child and Youth Advocate report shows Sask. Party failing our kids

This morning, the Child and Youth Advocate released their annual report outlining how in just four years, our province has lost one in every five foster families and that the Sask. Party has not only stalled in its commitment to child welfare, but is actually starting to move away from it.

Wotherspoon announces New Democrat shadow cabinet

Newly elected Leader of the Official Opposition Trent Wotherspoon announced the NDP shadow cabinet today, highlighting the diversity, experience, and energy of the new caucus and demonstrating that this team of NDP MLAs is ready to get to work for the people of Saskatchewan.

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