Know the cannabis laws

Even though recreational use of cannabis has now been legalized, there are still many restrictions in place designed to protect young people and ensure...

Council eyes new town office building

The Town of Fort Qu’Appelle municipal office may be on the move after calling the historic Imperial Bank of Canada building on Company Avenue...

Council seeks dialogue with residents

Fort Qu’Appelle councillors and citizens will be able to exchange ideas and help to establish the community’s priorities at a meeting Oct. 22. Council wants...

Schools creating confident, eager leaners

Learning is not just something that we do. Learning is the integral and necessary process by which we become who we are. That process begins when...

U of S and Okanese measure climate change

University of Saskatchewan (U of S) researchers are working with the Okanese First Nation on a project to track and adapt to the effects...

Multi-use facility to be studied

Committee to perform feasibility study on attraction A steering committee will look into the possibility of creating and operating “a multi-use destination recreation facility” in...

More to chief than fighting fires

Being chief of a volunteer fire department involves much more than being ready to fight fires. “We’re called out to check on gas leaks, get...

Fire dept. responding to more vehicle collisions than fires

Since at least 2011, the Fort Qu’Appelle fire department has responded to fewer fire calls and instead has answered more calls for service for...

Hemodialysis machines arrive at Pasikow Muskwa Healing Centre

All Nations’ Healing Hospital, File Hills Qu’Appelle Tribal Council and the Saskatchewan Health Authority have announced that the satellite renal program at All Nations’...

Committee formed to study pool feasibility

A regional recreation committee has been formed to consider the feasibility of adding an indoor pool to the Rexentre in Fort Qu’Appelle, an undertaking that...

Fire Prevention Week 2018