With the consequences of the provincial budget cuts just now being fully realized by Lethbridge post-secondary education facilities, Alberta NDP leader Brian Mason took the week off from the legislature to tour southern Alberta to talk about what he thinks should have been done with the budget.
A funeral procession has been set for tomorrow to honour a member of the Lethbridge Fire Department, who died last Sunday.
Lethbridge regional police located Ana Rose Kljucaricek, 44, in the area of Bull Trail Park just off of University Drive and north of Whoop-Up Drive after receiving information about a possible sighting.
In southern Alberta, water has been managed and diverted for more than a century. Our rivers have been studied for decades. Now a $1-million grant will allow a University of Lethbridge research team to determine how much water can be taken out of a river system before its ecosystem suffers.
Petro-Canada locations throughout the city and in other Prairie provinces has featured unique gas-price signs the last few days. No, the zeros above the pumps are not advertising free gas, but rather reflect a current shortage the Suncor Energy company is experiencing.
He won two Paralympic gold medals, joined the Calgary sports hall of fame, overcame a mistake that almost cost him his career and beat testicular cancer. And he did it all with one leg.
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