Alberta government seeks feedback in Lethbridge on new fishing legislation

By Emily Olsen Global News Posted January 20, 2020 11:54 pm Smaller font Descrease article font size –A Larger font Increase article font size A+ Alberta government officials are hitting the road for a series of open houses, following a…

Lethbridge businesses seeing increase in antisocial behaviours: study

A long-awaited study has been completed and presented to the City of Lethbridge’s community issues committee. The study, commissioned by the Heart of Our City Committee, looked at the local supervised consumption site (SCS) and its impacts on the surrounding…

Imagine Cheer and Dance Championship held in Lethbridge for 5th year

Young athletes from across southern Alberta competed in the fifth annual Imagine Cheer and Dance Championship at Enmax Centre in Lethbridge on Saturday. These athletes are not only letting everyone know how cheerful they can be but are also showcasing…

Hurricanes teammates return to Lethbridge after World Junior Championship win

A chorus of stick-tapping kicked off Hurricanes practice on Wednesday afternoon as Dylan Cozens and Calen Addison returned to Lethbridge ice after being away for nearly six weeks. But the 10-game absence was forgiven by those around the Canes as…

Moment of silence at University of Lethbridge to honour Iran plane crash victims

It was an emotional and meaningful moment for Elnaz Alikarami as her fellow students at the University of Lethbridge stood in support to honour the victims of the Ukraine International Airlines flight PS752. Related News “I felt that. I felt…

Spike in Alberta energy use during cold snap not as big in Lethbridge: ‘We peak in summer’

With people across Alberta desperately trying to stay warm during this cold snap, the demand for electricity spiked so much on Monday night that it triggered two energy emergency alerts from the Alberta Electric System Operator (AESO). READ MORE: Near-record…

Calgary man pleads guilty to stealing nearly $250,000 worth of tires and rims

Guilty pleas have been entered by a Calgary man charged with a string of vehicle tire thefts. Related News In an agreed statement of facts read to court in Lethbridge on Monday, 31-year-old Patrick Rouillard admitted to stealing more than…

City of Lethbridge shares Westminster Area Redevelopment Plan with neighbourhood residents

The City of Lethbridge held an open house on Thursday night to showcase the Westminster Area Redevelopment Plan (ARP), a project that’s been in the works since 2016. The process included a 12-person advisory committee, made up of Westminster residents. “What…

Albertans able to learn more about provincial climate change paterns on interactive website

The Alberta Climate Records website has been up and running for four years, explaining interactively how Alberta’s climate patterns have changed since the 1950s. However, the University of Lethbridge project was relaunched on Monday with the inclusion of future climate…

Kodiaks men’s basketball team enters second half of season undefeated

When the Lethbridge College Kodiaks men’s basketball team begins the second half of the ACAC season on Thursday night, the players will look to continue the team’s historic start. The undefeated record gathered through the first 10 games of the…