City of Prince Albert to begin demobilization of temporary water pipelines
City to return to using N. Sask River for primary water source.
Prince Albert, SK. - The provincial regulatory body – Water Security Agency, announced Friday morning that municipalities are cleared to resume using water from the North Saskatchewan River for their residents. The City of Prince Albert is now beginning the process of decommissioning its temporary water pipelines that have been operating during the nearly two-month long oil crisis.
Prince Albert, Sk. – A City of Prince Albert park has a new name, thanks to a substantial sponsorship from a local business. The former Downtown Lions Park was announced in a special press conference Thursday evening to be named hereafter as Lakeland Ford Park. Lakeland Ford Park will be home to the PA Slo-Pitch League – a seven-diamond facility located in the Pehonan Parkway on the north side of the North Saskatchewan River. The park has been known as Downtown Lions Park since 1987 and prior to that as Burns Park.
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