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‘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...

New director conducts Calling Lakes Choir

After a two year absence The Calling Lakes Choir begins rehearsals in Fort Qu’Appelle on Aug. 29 under the direction of a new conductor....

Balcarres Hospital lab service will be restored in phases

Laboratory services at the Balcarres hospital have been curtailed indefinitely.Although council initially had been led to believe that the lab is closing permanently, Health...

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...

Huntington responds to sidelining of Fort San mayor

Fort San Village councillor Jack Huntington has responded to an article in the last issue of the Fort Qu’Appelle Times which questioned the legitimacy...

SARM President says federal government’s Fertilizer Emission Reduction Target sets a...

It has been a difficult year for farmers in Saskatchewan.Increased costs combined with supply chain issues that made necessary inputs difficult (sometimes impossible) to...

Film making provides kids alternative outlet

Indigenous actor and motivational speaker Kyle Nobess spent two days in Fort Qu’Appelle at the end of July helping 15 teens create a short...

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...

Skyrocketing costs is hurting Saskatchewan small businesses

SaskEnergy’s recent proposal to hike natural gas rates for the small commercial sector by nearly 20 per cent with only three weeks’ notice comes...

Fort’s Farmers’ Market heading for showdown

Disagreement between popular summer market and town over business licensing The Fort Qu’Appelle Farmers’ Market is headed for a showdown with the town following council’s...

Provincial News

Two children subject of Amber Alerts in Saskatchewan and South Dakota...

Early this morning, Saskatchewan RCMP was advised by their policing partners in the United States that the four individuals who were the subject of...