As we start planning out all of the work that needs to happen on our lawns and in our gardens, we may forget that the chemicals we use to make everything lush, green and fruitful can also be dangerous.
A total of 49 outstanding organizations, events, businesses and individuals are nominated for this year’s Celebrate Downtown awards. Winners will be announced at an awards event May 10.
From April 23 to 29, Volunteer Canada and Volunteer Lethbridge celebrate Canada’s 12.7 million volunteers during National Volunteer Week (NVW).
Teaching Innovation Fund supports remote sensing class project sending balloon to the edge of space.
Indexing the personal income tax system will save taxpayers an estimated $55 million in 2016 and a further $70 million in 2017.
Liberal education can be defined as an education that provides breadth across disciplines, the ability to connect and integrate knowledge across disciplines
A new Energy Efficiency Alberta program will support homeowners and local Alberta contractors through rebates for insulation, tankless hot water heaters and windows.
Volunteer Lethbridge Project Paintbrush Continues to Paint a Difference in Southern Alberta
With Earth Day just behind us, consumers are thinking of ways they can help improve the environment without breaking the bank.
Just because tobacco use is on the decline does not mean you do not need to talk to your kids about smoking and using tobacco. This is still a conversation you need to have to help ensure they lead tobacco-free futures.
The role of the Indigenous Hospital Liaison was introduced to Chinook Regional Hospital in 2015, through Alberta Health Services’ Indigenous Health Program in South Zone.
The City of Lethbridge has launched the first phase of its Lethbridge Parks app, making the City’s vast range of parks, playgrounds, pathways and outdoor facilities more accessible to those who prefer to look for information on the go.
Local Communication Specialist Alastair Paterson is being honoured with the Lethbridge Public Safety Communication Specialist of the Year Award for 2017.
Better Business Bureau encourages businesses and consumers to spring clean their data safely
Two Masters Dragon Boat teams are off to compete at World Masters Games 2017 (WMG) in Auckland, New Zealand from April 21-30, 2017.
BBB cautions businesses and consumers about common tax fraud.
Annual neighbourhood street sweeping will begin Monday, April 10, and residents are reminded that they play a key role in helping crews clean streets as thoroughly as possible.
Good oral health is important and can relate to good overall health. Oral pain, tooth decay, missing teeth and infections can decrease a person’s quality of life.
Construction will begin this month on two major road projects that will alleviate traffic congestion in central west Lethbridge.
Parks Canada is inviting Canadians from across the country to share their views on three design options for the new visitor centre in Waterton Lakes National Park. Canadians can provide their input from April 3rd to May 12th, 2017, to help shape the look, feel, and function of the new facility, both inside and out.