An activist, advocate, educator and artist, Jamie Ahksistowaki Medicine Crane has made an indelible impression on the way education is delivered to Indigenous communities.
New infrastructure funding will allow Lethbridge College to create a flexible, modular innovation space that will benefit students, faculty and industry by providing real-world research opportunities in all disciplines.
Lethbridge Public Library is teaming up with our local food banks to encourage community members with library fines on late items to participate with the Food for Fines program.
A distinguished group of seven people will be inducted this year, having made significant contributions to their communities in a variety of fields.
The City of Lethbridge’s next 10 year capital budget has been set with the approval of the 2018-2027 Capital Improvement Program (CIP).
The University of Lethbridge is pleased to announce that Dr. Maria Klawe, president of California’s Harvey Mudd College, will receive an honorary degree at the 2017 Spring Convocation ceremonies.
On May 23, 2017, Canadian retailer, London Drugs, launched #Welcoming150, a special program and donation drive that will support 150 new Canadian families across Western Canada who left their country of origin sometimes due to unsafe circumstances.
Lately, we have heard a lot of information about a helmet’s inability to prevent a concussion. This is a very complex discussion and we do need to make sure that we have all the facts prior to making a decision.
If any of these Kate Andrews High School students end up being tomorrow’s innovators, they may be able to attribute some of that success to playing with an iconic toy from their youth.
Renowned as an international scholar, speaker and leader, Dr. Leroy Little Bear is a pioneer in the advancement of Indigenous education and the winner of the 2017 University of Lethbridge Speaker Research Award.
The Rotary Los Amigos Project has been notified that the Alberta Government, Community Initiatives Program has approved a $15,000 grant for their 2017 Project.
A Lethbridge College student’s re-imagining of the uniforms worn by Canada Post employees has earned her second place in the national “Readdress the Postal Uniform” fashion design contest.
The 2017 Property Assessment and Tax Notices will be mailed on Wednesday, May 17 to all residential property owners in Lethbridge along with 2017 Tax Notices to owners of commercial, industrial and residential rental properties with four units or more.
Thanks to a grant from Status of Women Alberta, GirlSpace will be offered in Coalhurst and Coaldale for girls ages 8-12 starting in the summer.
May is Mental Health Month, and how fitting because it is hectic this time of year! School is winding down, students are prepping for exams, graduation, spring sports are starting, the list goes on.
More than 160 complaints about outdoor contractors has BBB helping homeowners make informed decisions. BBB has six steps to help you hire the right roofers, landscapers and other yard-workers.
The University of Lethbridge is pleased to announce that Dr. Dennis Connolly, a mathematics professor since 1967, will receive an honorary degree at the 2017 Spring Convocation ceremonies.
Following one of the most successful seasons in Canadian college women’s basketball history, Lethbridge College Kodiaks head coach Brad Karren has announced his retirement.
The Heart of Our City Committee is pleased to announce the winners of the second annual Celebrate Downtown Awards, which recognize and celebrate special people, businesses and organizations for contributing to the vibrancy of downtown Lethbridge.
With more than 6,000 inquiries about jewelers, florists, spas and gift basket businesses last year, BBB is encouraging sons and daughters to listen to their mothers and do their homework before handing over their money.