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.
A long-time cabinet minister says it's time for Albertans to talk about a provincial sales tax and a graduated income tax. Former finance minister Ron Liepert says after cutting essential services - and tabling another deficit budget - the provincial Conservatives should be opening public discussion on both issues.
An outbreak of a diarrhea-causing infection has led Lethbridge's hospital to quarantine a fourth-floor medical unit and review its cleaning practices. Eight patients had confirmed cases of Clostridium difficile (C.
The Alberta Hate Crimes committee, comprised of police, government and community services representatives from across the province, is working on a province-wide training course that would give communities the tools to recognize hate crimes and to do something about them at the local level.
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