In 2016, the United Nations General Assembly proclaimed 2019 as the International Year of Indigenous Languages. Since 1959, the UN has identified international years in order to focus on important issues and encourage action.>>
Finding Strength Within
Life doesn’t always unfold the way we hope it will. For Amanda Cimon it’s taken many twists and turns. As a survivor of sexual assault and human trafficking, she is learning to love herself again and giving back to those who were always there to help.
Not your average Caddyshack Golfers and marmots coexist at Lethbridge Country Club
When I first heard that we had a colony of marmots living at the Lethbridge Country Club, I was immediately reminded of the movie Caddyshack, and my first thought was that they probably wouldn’t last long. I couldn’t have been more wrong.
What Exactly is a “MRF”? Lethbridge Living takes a tour of the Materials Recovery Facility
Growing up, I always found a certain fascination by accompanying my dad to the dump. At six years old, it seemed to be a land of lost possibilities, where things that were once loved went to perish. While I was taught to “reduce, reuse, recycle”, the concept of regular recycling hadn’t quite caught hold yet in the early 80s.
More Than a Comic Shop: Building Community Beyond the Pages
With national Free Comic Book Day coming up on May 4th, I wanted to talk to a few local comic book stores that are participating in the event. In Lethbridge there are four comic book stores - Showcase Comics and Hobbies, Kapow Comics, Treasure Chest, and Pirates Cove. I met with Dylan Purcell, manager from Showcase Comics and Hobbies, and Wallie Desruisseaux, owner of Kapow Comics, to talk about the history of Free Comic Book Day and how each of their stores plans to celebrate in the event.