Prince Albert is the third-largest city in Saskatchewan, after Saskatoon and Regina. On the banks of the North Saskatchewan River, it is located not far from the province’s center. It was established as a logging center in the early 1900s and was named after Queen Victoria’s consort. Currently, Prince Albert acts as a distribution hub for the uranium and gold mining operations in northern Saskatchewan. Oil extraction, carpentry, pulp and paper milling, and food packaging are some of its industries....Continue reading...
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