Municipal articles

Zachary Gibb watching the updated polls of the Lethbridge City Council election with his sister Brooklynn Knight and nephew Max.

Start of movement for unelected candidates

Start of movement for unelected candidates

As the last of the ballots were cast in for the municipal election, three candidates learned they will not be serving on the new City Council. Candidates Zachary Gibb, Aileen Burke and Stephnie Watson came together to watch the polls roll in and share their unsuccessful fate together. Gibb is a new face to the campaign

Main crossing Whoop-Up Drive shortly after 3PM Wednesday afternoon.

Leth-Bridge the gap

A two-year old petition urging city officials to re-examine another bridge crossing is again gaining momentum. Lethbridge entrepreneur Karl Airey has created an online petition urging Mayor Chris Spearman and Alberta Minister of Infrastructure Brian Mason to take action on the long-debated third bridge crossing. Airey believes that the steady growth of our town demands

Zachery Gibb talking with his co-workers Taylor Sheu [right] and Annette Lagemaat [left] at the Real Canadian Super Store about issues they are facing.

New faces for City Council

Four years have passed and it is time for Lethbridge to decide who they want to represent their views and concerns inside the council chambers of City Hall. With only a little over a month until the election, people will have to deliberate between the decisions made by the current council and the new, different

Downtown uprising

The downtown core will soon be home to more residents in the coming months as the Downtown Business Revitalization Zone (BRZ) is expecting 43 condos built in the area. This will help in the overall project of making sure more visitors come downtown. Living downtown will change the cultural environment and help businesses. “It’s a

Articles of clothing gather in the United Way office as this colder months are ahead and will be handed out to those in need.

Research and efforts being made to end homelessness

Articles of clothing gather in the United Way office as this colder months are ahead and will be handed out to those in need. Most of us don’t worry about where we rest our heads to sleep. In many cases around Lethbridge, people face the reality of homelessness. The provincial government and communities around Alberta

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Cutting edge connections

Lethbridge organizations recently gathered under one roof to help out the less fortunate. Last Saturday the bi-annual Project Connect event took place at the Fritz Sick Centre. I had the chance to learn how this event helps take care of those in need. Over 50 organizations participate in Project Connect. The event takes place twice