Author Archives: Todd Eagle Child

Daughter of the Vote

A local young woman from the Blood Tribe recently travelled to Ottawa to sit in the House of Commons as an invited guest on behalf of an initiative called Daughters of the Vote. During the first week of March, Tiana Weasel Moccasin was chosen by an organization called Equal Voice which is focused on electing

Endeavour Column Heads

What does music mean to me?

Music is defined as an art form and an activity whose medium is sound organized in time. Music is drived from the Greek word, mousike “art of the muses.” Music has evolved throughout history that every culture or nation on Earth has defined themselves by, it sets the stage for events such as sports, or

Powerline technician training

The Saamis Aboriginal Employment and Training Association is partnering with Lethbridge College to offer training programs for Indigenous students in Southern Alberta. The program begins in April and is funded by Alberta Labour, Community Futures Treaty Seven and Rupertsland Institute Metis Centre of Excellence.

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.  

6k start

Over the bridge, under the moon

The start of the Moonlight Run’s 6Km walk n run race on March 18. City runners have a wide variety of trails to choose from whether it’s a light run around a lake, stairs and trails, along the coulee hills or down through the river valley. The 30th Annual Moonlight Run was held March 18

LPS paw patrol

The Lethbridge Police Service will be graduating two new Police Service Dogs named Myke and Robby who will be replacing retiring PSD’s Figo and Ivo.

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

Lethbridge College Open House

Lethbridge College held it’s Winter Open House Saturday, Jan. 28. Over 400 people came out and 190 registered for fall classes. At the Open House there were campus tours and a faculty fair of its 50 plus innovative programs for the public and prospective students.