Lethbridge's jail guards, sheriffs and provincial court clerks continued to walk off the job Monday, joining a rapidly expanding wildcat strike that is costing the province $1.2 million per day for policing alone.
The government is mulling over an idea to add extra taxes on out of province, medium sized and micro-breweries, which could cause some manufacturers to pull their products from Alberta shelves.
The Lethbridge Regional Police Service has located a 61-year-old woman who had gone missing earlier today.
Laura Parker, 61, left her south side home on April 26 but had not returned, and police were concerned for Parker’s well-being, due to health issues.
There has been no evidence to suggest foul play, police added.
The wild dust storm through much of southern Alberta on Saturday was still showing its effects Sunday, as residents of Fort Macleod went without power for about 24 hours and the Canadian Red Cross was called in to help 23 people on the Blood Reserve.
More than 650 students crossed the stage at Lethbridge College Friday, receiving their diplomas and then walking into the next stage of their lives. Among those students was a proud James Chang who participated in the college's inclusive post-secondary education for students with intellectual disabilities.
If he could go back in time, Manwar Khan would have fought harder to save a life. But he can't go back. All he can do is try to make sure it never happens again. Four months ago, the 37-year-old Edmonton man witnessed a deadly beating aboard the Alberta capital's light rail transportation line.
Thomas Lukaszuk, deputy premier and minister of enterprise and advanced education, took aim at fat-cat administrative salaries at some post-secondary institutions as one reason the post-secondary system in Alberta isn't sustainable as it is.
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