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Waterton flexes mussels

Waterton Lakes National Park have banned motorized water vehicles like to try and combat an invasive mussel species. Parks Canada made the decision after large Aquatic Mussels larvae were found in the Tiber Reservoir in Montana last November. Once the species are found in an ecosystem they are almost impossible to get rid of and

Endeavour

Nicholas Rickards (Islamophobia not welcome sign) with other diversity supporters at a rally at City Hall on March 4.

Diversity rally

Nicholas Rickards (Islamophobia Not Welcome sign) with other diversity supporters at a rally at City Hall on March 4. Canada welcomes people from around the world from different faiths and backgrounds to make a new home here without fear of reprisal for being from a different religion. Across Canada the Canadian Coalition of Concerned Canadians

Sports

The team crowds around Robert Miles III to congratulate him after being named second team all-start for the CCAA national tournament.

Men’s Kodiaks clinch fifth place finish

The team crowds around Robert Myles III to congratulate him after being named second team all-start for the CCAA national tournament. The Lethbridge College Kodiaks men’s basketball team tipped off against the toughest teams across Canada last weekend. The men took over Prince Edward Island to compete in the CCAA championships. After upsetting the nationally

Life

No Latter-Day gays

Coming out can be hard for someone who is gay but even harder when adding in the pressure of religious condemnation. In the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter- Day Saints (LDS) or the Mormon church, they believe that same sex attraction is wrong. “Most people have inclinations of one kind or another at various

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Ending the mental health stigma

In this day and age, social movements can spark simply from the press of a button on a phone. We just finished up with Bell’s Let’s Talk day on Jan. 25, one of the biggest movements to come out of the last ten years. Not only has it raised almost 80 million dollars in the

Opinion

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Canada aiding the world

The Canadian government has announced the country will provide $119 million to countries in the midst of a food crisis. This includes $27 million to Nigeria, $21 million to Somalia, $37 million to South Sudan and $34 million to Yemen. These four countries have been identified as the most in need right now. Canada provided

Columns

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Winter’s seasoned drivers

Snow. It happens every year, around the same time in winter. We get a few inches here and there, and the occasional big dump of the white fluffy stuff. So why are we surprised by it since it’s something that happens every year? Growing up in a small town of rural B.C., snow has always

News

Mock Disaster 2017: Afternoon 2

In a drastic turn of events an afternoon get together turned into a crime scene, Todd Eagle Child reports from the frontline. Police have still not arrested anyone responsible for the crime.  

Constable Moore investigates an unknown substance.

Mock Disaster 2017: afternoon

Constable Moore investigates an unknown substance. A serious incident has happened on the Lethbridge College 30th Avenue residence hall. At approximately 1:45 this afternoon Emergency Responders and Lethbridge Police were dispatched to the location after a report of an assault. Upon arrival, it appeared to be a party happening at residence hall. EMT’s escorted a

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