It has been a busy month so far! Between Thanksgiving, Halloween prep, that first crazy snowfall and everything that is happening in between, Southern Alberta has been an exciting place to be. Check out this week’s Top 6 Articles and see what is happening in the city and what our readers have been interested in!
1) Things to do
Just because we had an early snowfall does not mean autumn is over yet! This popular article looks at 15 fun fall activities to check out before the cold weather sets in. There is not a lot of time left, so see what you can get up to in the coming weeks.
2) Information Communication and Technology education for Alberta Youth
The Lethbridge Community Network partnered with Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada to create 29 paid youth internships. These internships will not only allow young Albertans to hone skills in digital technology, but bring pre-existing knowledge and ideas of information technology to the table as well. Web design, database development and social media strategy are a few of the positions that will be made available.
3) Remember this?
Everyone loves a little downtown YQL history! This top article looks at Raworth Jewellers provided services to Lethbridge for more than 65 years on Round Street.
4) Online Security
October might be the month for turkeys and ghouls, but it also marks Cyber Security Awareness. Did you know that some app share information with each other? Or that even door locks or baby monitors hooked up to Wi-Fi can be hacked? The Better Business Bureau offs you tips and ideas for engaging in safe online activity with this top article.
5) Another thing…
98.1 The Bridge’s, Jay Herrington, and his family are still new to Lethbridge and getting used to life in Southern Alberta. Check out the first installment of his new Lethbridge living column ‘And Another Thing…’ and see why his comedic commentary is so popular.
6) This place matters
Bow On Tong Chinese Apothecary has been an iconic piece of Downtown Lethbridge for many years. Recently selected to compete in Canada’s ‘This Place Matters Competition’, your votes are needed so that the City can turn this historical building into an interpretive centre.