SASKATCHEWAN — The City of Prince Albert has approved a request by the group planning to build a new OSB mill to section off 200 acres of land near the pulp mill. While not all the hurdles have been crossed yet, Mayor Greg Dionne is confident the project will proceed, with construction starting as soon as this summer. “Now they’ve got their subdivision, they’ve got all their environmental permits and everything, now they’re planning their development schedule,” said Dionne. Council was unanimous in its support of the subdivision, which is expected to create over 700 jobs in Prince Albert and area and will cost about $250 million. “Seven hundred and fifty jobs coming soon to Prince Albert. That is good news to our city, very positive news,” said Coun. Blake Edwards.