Fort Times

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.

Town dismisses CAO after just five months

Downing was seventh person to hold the position in seven years.The Town of Fort Qu’Appelle is looking for another Chief Administration Officer,...

Fort businesses struggling over pandemic

It is the silence on the streets that is most unnerving.The COVID-19 pandemic is slowly suffocating the service industry in Fort Qu’Appelle,...

Fort Qu’Appelle closed by virus

In step with the extraordinary precautions taken by many Saskatchewan Municipalities in the fight against Covid-19, Fort Qu’Appelle has after “much discussion...

LANOWAY – Donald

On Tuesday, March 10, 2020, Donald James Lanoway passed away peacefully on the family farm where he was born 82 years before...

McMorris strikes Norway gold

Mark McMorris, the comeback kid, is back with a vengeance. The 26-year-old who began snowboarding at his home hill at Mission Ridge...

Fort Winter Festival attracts 4,000

It was quite the weekend. Crowds took advantage of the full mix of wintry activities at the Fort Qu’Appelle...

$7 million needed to update Fort’s water and sewer

It could cost at least $7-million to upgrade Fort Qu’Appelle’s aging trunk main that supplies Fort Qu’Appelle with its water, the underground...

Eighteen are ready to take the cold plunge

RCMP Constable Codey Vansteelandt is bracing for a jump into the frigid waters of Echo Lake on Saturday, one of at least...

Fort Qu’Appelle Winter Festival three days of fun

Feb. 28 to March 1 The Fort Qu’Appelle Winter Festival returns in a new format this year on Friday,...

Catherine’s Cause still going strong

Intelligent, organized and remarkably self aware for an 11-year old, Catherine Okolita is a youthful idealist who is really on the ball....

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