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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.

Help the Mounties name Musical Ride foals

The Royal Canadian Mounted Police needs your help naming foals that may be part of the Musical Ride one day. The winning names will be...

Landowners say SaskTel used bully tactics

Three B-Say-Tah residents say SaskTel bullied them and abused its authority when it tried to plow a fibre optic cable through their land. Larry and Heidi...

Social worker rolls up rim and wins $5,000 CIBC prize

Reanne Zaba now has enough money to buy everyone in Fort Qu’Appelle a dark roast double double from Tim Hortons. Zaba is from Indian Head...

Fort council raises cost of cemetery fees

It is going to cost more to rest in peace in Lakeview Cemetery. Council has given first reading to a bylaw that would increase the...

Prairie Co-op’s growth bodes well for success

Prairie Co-op members heard last week how the co-op’s presence in the community and its relationship with Canadian producers has helped to improve the...

Fort Pitch-In Day is set for May 11

Clean up the communityHelping to keep Fort Qu’Appelle looking neat and tidy after a long winter and a blanket of snow that covers up...

Last runs at Mission Ridge this weekend

The hills were alive with skiers and snowboarders who took advantage of the warm sunshine to get in some last-minute aerials and half pipes...

Council writes off old fire protection arrears

Sometime verbal agreements aren’t worth the paper they’re printed on. After writing off more than $15,000 for unpaid fire services, Fort Qu’Appelle will work with...

Hilderman generations bag three wildlife awards

Three generations of the Hilderman family, Mark, Murray and Hunter, walked away with three of the 12 trophies presented this year at the annual...

Despite Chinese ban, producers will plant canola

Farmers don’t believe there are pests in canola China has dealt canola farmers a body blow by banning Canadian canola imports. Canola accounts for 30 to...

Provincial News

Barricaded man arrested after two hour stand-off

On April 16, 2019 at 10:30am Fort Qu'Appelle RCMP responded to a complaint of break and enter into outbuildings located just south of the town of...