Provincial articles

A Group gathers at Galt Gardens Monday afternoon.

City of Lethbridge finds new funding for those in need

City of Lethbridge finds new funding for those in need

Homelessness is a longstanding issue in Lethbridge and beyond. Lethbridge College Student James Meyer knows first-hand what it’s like to be without a place to call home. Meyer grew up a child of the system after his parents, both drug addicts, abandoned their four children when they were all very young. The resilient optimist spent


Alberta government attempts to brighten future

Tyler Graper (left) and instructor Ron Papp look over work during class in the Wind Turbine Technician program. Renewable energy is getting a big endorsement and hoping to make its footprint right here in Lethbridge. The Government of Alberta recently encouraged plans for legislation with the Renewable Electricity Program. The goal of the program is

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A culvert with a cause

A newly designed culvert behind the college has proved beneficial for environmental science students. The City of Lethbridge and Enviro Span installed a new crossing on a path in the coulees last year. Lethbridge College is gathering data on it’s reduced environmental impact. Sarah Redekop has more. Not only does the Enviro Span culvert protect


Waste matters

A European technology has made its way to southern Alberta. For the last two decades biogas has been generating power throughout Europe. Lethbridge became home to a bigoas facility two years ago, but the facility is still not operating at its full potential. Sarah Redekop has more. The hum of these engines carry waste that


School boards discuss new gender policy

Sexual orientation and gender identity have been hot topics recently among Lethbridge parents. These discussions originated from new guidelines for school districts that were recently released by the Alberta government. The document titled: Guidelines for Best Practices: Creating Learning Environments that Respect Diverse Sexual Orientations, Gender Identities and Gender Expressions, brings attention to segregation among

Rachel Harder supporters closely follow the polls on election night at Paradise Canyon Golf Resort on Oct. 19.

Polling and politics

Canadians have spoken and their voices have been heard. Monday night marked the official results of the federal election. The votes poured in and the Liberals swept the nation with a majority government. Although this may have been shocking for some, many polls had already predicted similar results prior to the election. As the weekend