|• Reeve||David Hoffort|
|• Administrator||Laureen Keating|
|• Governing body||Benson No. 35|
Froude is named after the English historian James Anthony Froude.
The post office opened on June 1, 1908, in a private dwelling, Section 27, Township 8, Range 10, W2. On December 31, 1969, the post office shut its doors.
The community of Froude had a peak population of 200 citizens in 1920–21. It has struggled over the years to maintain a steady population and has now become a semi–ghost town, with few residents remaining.
Froude once a had a booming economy with a variety of businesses such as Canadian Pacific Railway telegraph and Dominion Express services, two grain elevators, Federal Grain Co. and North Star Grain Co. offices, a bank, a hardware store, a general store, a blacksmith, and a Presbyterian church.
Froude School District No. 1896 was organized in the fall of 1907 and closed in June 1970.
- Jack Yateman, was awarded the Bronze Medal, the highest award to be given to a Boy Scout. He received this award at the age of 16, after saving the life of his patrol leader, E. Fox, during a swimming incident at a Scout camp at Bear Lake.
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