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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.

Cyclists cruising Canada coast-to-coast

Tour du Canada make a stop in Melville A group of avid athletes making their way from coast to coast stopped for a break in...

Pilgrimage of Thanksgiving on Aug. 22

Church of Our Lady of the Assumption at Kaposvar, SK Now that COVID restrictions have been lifted, a pilgrimage of thanksgiving to the historic church...

Zagime signs TLE agreement

Zagime First Nation is one step closer to receiving the land it should have been granted after the initial signing of Treaty 4.According to...

O’Toole visits Grenfell and Cowessess

Erin O’Toole, Leader of the Official Opposition of Canada and the leader of the Conservative Party of Canada, spent last weekend visiting communities in...

MPs demand equal deal for Saskatchewan

Saskatchewan’s Conservative Members of Parliament have sent a letter to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau demanding that Saskatchewan be given the same carbon tax deal...

Town council tours fire hall

Mayor Gus Lagace and members of the Fort Qu’Appelle town council were brought up to date on the operations of the local fire department...

Tansi the welcome turtle

The weather worn roadside attraction, Tansi the Turtle, that has welcomed visitors to Fort Qu’Appelle has been refurbished and inscribed with appropriate Cree syllabics....

Playground celebration

A day-long midsummer celebration to mark the official opening of the kids’ playground structure in Fort Qu’Appelle is being planned for Saturday, July 31.Local...

Grenfell’s summer celebration postponed again

Grenfell’s traditional summertime celebration has been postponed again.Canada Day is typically a time for community celebration in Grenfell. However, the impending removal of public...

New chief wants residential school to be re-purposed

Muskowekwan First Nation The new chief of Muskowekwan First Nation would like to see the last surviving residential school building in Canada repurposed as a...

Provincial News

Two arrested, two others wanted on warrants after aggravated assault, firearms...

On July 28, 2021 at approximately 7:10 p.m., Carlyle RCMP received a complaint of an assault outside of a business on Pheasant Rump Nakota...

Class of 2021