Clean audit for PVSD

The 2016-17 PVSD audited statements have been given a grade and the results are good. Auditor Rod Sieffert, a partner with accounting firm MNP, who...

Council keeps walkway to lakefront

A second Fort Qu’Appelle town council has denied a property owner’s request to acquire a municipal walkway that leads to the lake. Jason Polischuk lives...

Pasqua demands gov’t reverse Quill Lakes decision

It isn't just that there are unanswered questions. For residents of the Pasqua First Nations, the bigger worry is there is no plan to search...

Fort Qu’Appelle cadet spends week at sea

Last month Fort Qu’Appelle Sea Cadet Nia McKay spent a week at sea with the Royal Canadian Navy (RCN) on board the Patrol Craft...

Community performs acts of Remembrance

How is it possible? How do you remember something that you've never experienced? How do you “remember” people that you never had a chance to know? On...

Rotary Club bulletin board celebrates 150th

Submitted by Lynn A. Minja, Rotary Club of Fort Qu’Appelle president A new structure has been erected on Fort Qu’Appelle’s main street — a community bulletin...

Draining Quill Lakes moves a step forward

It is another step forward for a project that will have a significant impact on residents in several downstream communities. The Quill Lakes Watershed Association...

Bylaw aims to clarify grant requests

Town council could soon have clear criteria about how it approves sponsorship or funding requests from community groups, as administration is developing a bylaw...

Remembrance begins with Poppy Campaign

It is one of our most enduring and meaningful symbols. It is also the means by which many of the needs of this country's veterans...

Education Week promotes friendships and mentoring

Education Week is an opportunity. Every school in the province is encouraged to use the week to bring attention to the specific programs and activities...

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