Laurice Alexander

Laurice Alexander

Born in India, raised in Toronto- Laurice has also lived in Vancouver, England, and now calls Lethbridge home. Laurice is eager about reaching her community to get your story heard- no story too small to be covered. She is especially passionate about the special needs community, and faith-based stories.

Green Shirt Day

Canada is bleeding green today. It is Green Shirt Day. The day was inspired by hockey player Logan Boulet who donated his organs shortly after the tragic Humboldt Broncos bus crash in 2018. A car dealership in Lethbridge was decked out in green today to honour our local hero.Read More

Restaurants taking another hit with the latest restrictions

Restaurants have been ordered to close in person dining once again as of 12pm Friday but patio service will still be permitted in Alberta. Takeout orders are still being allowed as well but the Alberta Hospitality Association says those sales represent just five percent of the industry and the closure of indoor dining once again […]Read More

Salons making a strong comeback after reopening

Hair salons that have been allowed to reopen in Alberta have been scrambling to slot in a backlog of clients who are looking to clean up during the lockdown. As BCN's Laurice Alexander explains, some stylists are having a tough time trying to keep up with the demand of tangled tresses. Read More

‘Coffee with contractors’

A local flooring store will be doing something special for all the hardworking tradespeople in Lethbridge. “Coffee with contractors” is exactly what it sounds like, but there’s a little more to this story. Laurice Alexander has the details.Read More

Talks with a Fox Podcast

Andrea True Joy Fox was a former district principal and a teacher for over ten years. Fox is now the host of a popular podcast she started in the midst of a pandemic. The podcast entitled Talks with a Fox, features local artists, authors, and anyone with an impactful story to tell.Read More

Blankets of Hope

Students at The Children of St. Martha Elementary School took part in an event which saw them learn and write notes of encouragement to those who are suffering from homelessness. The students underwent what is called a kindness workshop administered by the non-profit group called Blankets of Hope.Read More

Fairytale cottages a treat for adults too

If you want to escape the pandemic for a little while and live in a fairytale, a Crowsnest Pass resort may be what you need. The Leavitt family has been making high end children's backyard playhouses for the rich and famous for five years — with some fetching up to a half-million dollars. Now, you can experience the same magic, Laurice Alexander has the details.Read More

I Read Canadian Day at Analog Books

Libraries and book lovers across the country are celebrating I Read Canadian Day. Initiated by author Eric Walters, it is a national day of celebrating books written by Canadians for young people. It honours the richness, diversity and breadth of Canadian literature.Read More