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The Fort Times is the community newspaper of Fort Qu’Appelle and surrounding area. With a readership of over 2,500 people a week, the Fort Times has been publishing weekly since 1951.

Food Bank in search of new location

Fort Qu’Appelle The Food Bank in Fort Qu’Appelle is leaving the Qu’Appelle Valley Friendship Centre on Victoria Avenue and moving into a temporary location in...

Compassion and concern on the other end of the line

A moment, can rival eternity.It might be the moment when a crisis you did not see coming, appears ready to devour you.It might be...

Who will follow Regina’s plastic ban bylaw?

The City of Regina’s bylaw banning plastic bags comes into effect on February 1, 2022.The Plastic Checkout Bag Ban Bylaw prohibits a retail or...

PVSD issues COVID-19 outbreak at Indian Head High School

On Tuesday afternoon, Jan. 18, Prairie Valley School Division (PVSD) issued a notice that Saskatchewan Health Authority had declared a COVID-19 outbreak at Indian...

Ice fishing popular during the long winter

“We’ve caught so many fish out of this lake over the past 45 years, we keep coming back, year after year” said Al Storer,...

Fort mayor looks back at last year

Gus Lagace says his first year as Fort Qu’Appelle’s mayor was not without frustration but on balance he’s “pretty happy and satisfied” with the...

Orioles unsuccessful in first games of New Year

The is no doubt that the Whitewood Orioles were hoping that 2022 would bring with it a bit more luck and success on the...

Fort Knox struggle in 2022 start

It has been a rough start to 2022 for the Fort Knox in the Prairie Junior Hockey League (PJHL) as the team was unsuccessful...

Provincial News

Grenfell man charged with trafficking in stolen property

A 59 year-old male from Grenfell, SK, has been charged in connection with possession of stolen property, and trafficking in stolen property, as the...

Grasslands News Fall Ag 2021