Lift Truck Chain Prince Albert - Prince Albert is the 3rd largest city within Saskatchewan. Chatelaine Magazine, recently ranked the city of Prince Albert amongst the "Ten Best Places to Live in Canada." The city of Prince Albert was among the oldest communities in the province and was nicknamed the "Gateway to the North" as it was among the final stops for resources before entering northern Saskatchewan. The city celebrated its 100th anniversary in 2004.
The city of Prince Albert supports the cultural and fine arts community, and it provides numerous events and opportunities so as to help artists to pursue their passions. Some of them comprise: the Art Gallery of Prince Albert, the E.A. Rawlinson Centre for the Arts, The Prince Albert Arts Centre, John G. and Olive Diefenbaker Theatre, John V. Hicks Gallery, and several museums. The E.A Rawlinson Centre for the Arts showcases the Art Gallery of Prince Albert and the John G. and Olive Diefenbaker Theatre. It also showcases local talent as well as the arts and entertainment from all-over the world. The Art Gallery of Prince Albert's objective is to be able to facilitate and engage the development, presentation, and preservation of the visual arts in a diverse and inclusive community. Named in honour of the donation of the Diefenbaker Trust Fund to the E.A Rawlinson Centre operating budget, the John G. and Olive Diefenbaker Theatre features a fly tower, over 600 padded seats, a lobby providing both a bar and picturesque view of downtown Prince Albert, and an air-conditioned seating area and performance space. The Prince Albert Arts Centre promotes instructional programs meant for children and adults such as university accredit instruction, photography, clay/pottery, children's painting First Nations cultural art, adult mixed media and weaving. The John V. Hicks Gallery features local and regional art. It even has craft exhibitions year-round.
The Prince Albert Transit, together with the Saskatchewan Transportation Company, provides bus services all over Saskatchewan. Rail services are provided by the Carlton Trail Railroad, while air service is provided by Prince Albert's Airport.
Prince Albert's geography is quite rich and diverse that offers a lot of benefits to its economy, especially in its service centre, retail, mining, forestry, agriculture and tourism sectors. The city has more recently been undergoing major developments, like for instance the Fort a la Corne diamond exploration. Aside from this, bio-fuels and uranium are expected to play a bigger role in Prince Albert's future development.