University and college students who feel stressed, isolated or overwhelmed will have more mental health professionals and services to stay mentally healthy.
The University of Alberta, University of Calgary and University of Lethbridge will each receive $3 million in grant funding over three years to expand campus mental health services and develop models of care that can be used on campuses across Alberta.
Relationships that begin online can lead to criminal behaviour once the romance sours, Lethbridge regional police have noticed, but they've seen no direct link between online dating meet-ups and sexual assaults.
A 58-year-old man's death remains a mystery as police search for clues in his northside home. Neighbours have identified the man as George Span, but police haven't released his name even though his family has been notified of his death.
Today, the Province of Alberta announced at City Hall that the City of Lethbridge has been named the host city for the 2015 Alberta 55 Plus Winter Games. Christine Cusanelli, Minister of Tourism, Parks and Recreation, made the announcement alongside Deputy Mayor Bridget Mearns.
Whether rounding up or down post-penny, the lack of a one-cent coin shouldn't make much difference to local businesses or consumers. With Royal Canadian Mint set to stop distributing the penny Feb.
Kaitlyn Ruth Smith was scheduled to stand trial for two weeks beginning Monday in Lethbridge provincial court on charges of dangerous driving causing death, impaired driving causing death and driving with more than 80 mg of alcohol in her blood.
Aboriginal children living in Lethbridge will get a head start thanks to one-time funding from the federal government.
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