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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.

Town selects engineers for short-term projects

Fort Qu’Appelle town council intends to ask for tenders for future infrastructure projects, but in the short term has selected Associated Engineering (AE) to...

Moonlight Madness kicks off Christmas Shopping

Merchants in Fort Qu’Appelle have geared up for the most important holidays of the year — and one of their biggest months in retail sales. Some...

Be vigilant, wintertime is still train time

With rapidly changing road and weather conditions hitting the Melville area for the start of the winter season, motorists are reminded to drive according...

RCMP target drunk drivers

December is National Impaired Driving Prevention Month and the RCMP was on the province’s roads this past weekend looking for drivers operating vehicles in...

Aboriginal actor inspires local students

Justin Rain Justin Rain has an interesting occupation. “I don’t really work for a living; I get paid to have conversations,” he told the students assembled...

Good Buy to Hunger aims to help 100 families

The food bank in Fort Qu’Appelle kicks off its Good Buy to Hunger campaign this week to make Christmas a little better for more...

Community groups benefit from casino grants

Five community organizations in Fort Qu’Appelle will share more than $30,000 that has been made available through a $35,000 grant from the Living Sky...

New policy lays out hiring guidelines

The Town of Fort Qu’Appelle has a new hiring policy that seeks to ensure all employees and potential candidates are considered for employment opportunities...

Deloitte chosen as new auditor for Fort

Auditing firm Deloitte has been chosen to provide services to the Town of Fort Qu’Appelle for the next three years after the previous auditor...

Fire Prevention Week 2018