The best curlers on the planet will arrive in Lethbridge as we host the 2019 Pioneer Hi-Bred World Men’s Curling Championship from March 30 –April 7. The World Curling Federation and Curling Canada announced last year that Lethbridge was successful in its hosting bid, making this the third opportunity in seven yearsto see world champions crowned in our city.>>
Lethbridge Meet Richard Odei-Wontumi
Recent years have seen a lot of change at the Southern Alberta Ethnic Association (SAEA).After almost 18 years as a financial executive with British Airways, Richard Odei-Wontumiwas appointed as the Executive Director on August 1, 2018.
100 Kids Who Care: Small humans making a big difference
For what these pint-sized philanthropists lack in height, they make up for in heart. Tara Black and Olivia Oosterbroek are the masterminds behind the local chapter of 100 Kids Who Care.
Be Heard. Find Help. Begin To Heal: Inside the new Chinook Sexual Assault Centre
I Believe You. Three simple words that bear great impact for a sexual assault survivor. Yet our society still struggles with this, despite the shocking statistics – one in three women or girls and one in six men or boys will face some form of sexual violence in their lifetime.
Thank You Lethbridge! For 25 years of sharing your stories with our community
From the very beginning, Lethbridge living “had as its foundation the belief that Lethbridge was a more interesting city than a lot of people realized, that there were a lot of interesting people here, doing a lot of interesting things,” according to Rick Gillis, Publisher (Spring 1994-Winter 1996). Those words ring true as we celebrate a quarter century of publication this year.