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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.

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...

Ice castle built at Echo Lake

It took Sean Frisky and five other families only four and a half hours just before Christmas to carve more than 30 tonnes of...

Goal reached for Cst. Patton Memorial Park

National Police Federation donation of $10,000 helps push fundraising over $150,000 goal Local support and donations from national groups have enabled a committee in Indian...

Paul Avanthay assumes command as Police Chief

Files Hills Police Department A new police chief assumes command of the File Hills Police service in the new year.Paul Avanthay replaces retiring police chief...

Food bank expecting to see an increase this Christmas

He was 80 years when he found himself out on the street with no place to go.Even though he paid for his room and...

Town hires new CAO

Fort Qu’Appelle Cheryl Martens, who administered the British Columbia resort community of Nakusp for the last two years before moving back to Saskatchewan earlier this...

Daywalker-Pelletier to meet Pope Francis

A residential school survivor who served as chief of the Okanese First Nation for almost 40 years will travel with a delegation of Canadian...

New helipad launched in formal dedication

The $700,000 helicopter landing pad at All Nations’ Healing Hospital in Fort Qu’Appelle was formally dedicated Friday, Nov. 19 with an indigenous invocation and...

Acting CAO appointed by Town of Fort

Mary-Lynn Paquette to fill role until replacement found The Town of Fort Qu’Appelle has appointed Mary-Lynn Paquette as its acting Chief Administration Officer until a permanent...

Search begins for unmarked graves

Lebret The search for evidence of unmarked graves on the site of the old Lebret residential school is underway. Dozens of volunteers helped to lay...

Provincial News

2022 SaskTel Tankard Relocated to Whitewood

The on-going COVID-19 pandemic has forced CURLSASK to change host locations for the upcoming SaskTel Tankard Men’s Provincial Championship, it was announced today.  The event,...

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