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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.

Rider Nation takes part in Treaty Four

Rider Nation had a seat among the gathering of First Nations following the Grand Entry at the Treaty Four Powwow in Fort Qu’Appelle on...

Fort council frustrated with street paving delay

Fort Qu’Appelle’s town council observed a minute of silence at its Sept. 8th meeting in memory of Queen Elizabeth II and for the victims...

Work begins; paving delayed until spring

Preliminary work the $3.1-million Broadway Street project in Fort Qu’Appelle is expected to begin on September 19th with curbs and gutters being replaced. But...

Fort mayor leads ‘business walk’ to discuss bylaw

Council increases building fees, hires new auditor Mayor Gus Lagace led a ‘business walk’ along Fort Qu’Appelle’s ???? on Friday to talk to merchants on...

Affordability plan includes $500 rebates

The government of Saskatchewan has announced a four-point affordability plan to address the current rising cost of living across the province.The plan was announced...

Minister won’t intervene in Fort San dispute

Saskatchewan’s Minister of Government Relations would like to see the resort village of Fort San settle its differences with the mayor on its own...

Memorial park opened for officer killed on duty

Cst. Shelby Patton died last June while responding to a stolen vehicle call in Wolseley Hundreds of people gathered in Indian Head last Saturday afternoon...

‘Bring the Children Home’ ride reaches Piapot

A 10-day, 1,400 km ride on horseback through six Saskatchewan First Nations to draw attention to the disproportionate number of indigenous children in child...

Federal gov’t delivers apology at Peepeekisis

The federal government has at last formally admitted that a social experiment aimed at forcing residential school graduates to become farmers on the Peepeekisis...

Fort San dispute between mayor & council continues

Public meeting to be held on Saturday A meeting of Fort San village council ended abruptly Tuesday evening when the embattled village mayor, Steve Helfrick...

Provincial News

Full RCMP statement on arrest and death of Myles Sanderson

Following is the complete statement by Saskatchewan RCMP Commanding Officer Rhonda Blackmore made on September 7, 2022 regarding the arrest and death of Myles...

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