Mayor Greg Dionne would like to announce that Husky Energy and the City of Prince Albert have formed a three year partnership for community enhancement projects in the city. Today, Mayor Greg Dionne was in attendance at the Rotary Club meeting to express thanks to the Club for their work on the Rotary Trail and to make the first announcement.
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Prince Albert, SK (May 29, 2018) – 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. The playground will be jointly funded by Jumpstart though its Inclusive Playground Project initiative and the Malcolm J. Jenkins Family Foundation Inc. supported by local Canadian Tire Dealer Malcolm Jenkins. The playground will be the first of its kind in Prince Albert and will set a new standard of inclusive play.
Prince Albert, Sk. – Volunteer Community Clubs throughout the City of Prince Albert build and maintain 10 outdoor natural ice skating sheets that are accessible by residents. The city has launched a page on their website where the status of each facility is listed at http://citypa.ca/Things-to-Do/Facilities/Outdoor-Ice-Sheets. As well, hours that the skate shack and warm up room at each facility will be open are indicated.
City of Prince Albert
1084 Central Avenue
Prince Albert, SK