What’s popular on Lethbridgeliving.com this week: January 3–9



Photo by Paul Krajewski 

Here’s what’s popular on lethbridgeliving.com this week:

  • You don’t have to be a student at the University of Lethbridge to access its library…that is, its Little Lethbridge Library. Reading material for all ages, free of charge, is now available at the U of L in three indoor locations—1st Choice Savings Centre, LINC building, and the Atrium—with three more little libraries slated to be installed in various outdoor locations across campus. Little Lethbridge Libraries are community-operated book sharing spaces that operate on a “take a book, leave a book” philosophy.

  • The question of whether or not Lethbridge needs a third bridge has been discussed at great length on and off for over a century—every time an incident occurs on one bridge or the other, the debate is reignited. What do you think? In our January/February issue we ask, “Does Lethbridge need a third bridge, and where should it be located?” Log in, tell us what you think, and we’ll post the results along with your comments in our March/April issue.


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