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Lethbridge Police attend Regimental Funeral

A bus with more than 30 members of the Lethbridge Police Service, Lethbridge Fire Department and Alberta Sheriffs headed to Edmonton on Monday to take part in the march and regimental funeral service for the two Edmonton Police officers who were shot and killed. Lethbridge Police Association president Jay McMillan says when something like this […]Read More

Thursday “tough day” for all police following shooting of two

Lethbridge Police Association President Jay McMillan says there’s a special camaraderie amongst police officers and that in Alberta first responders are particularly tight. He says Thursday was a very tough day for everyone at Lethbridge Police Service, adding that calls for domestic disputes are statistically the most dangerous for police officers other than traffic stops.Read More

The Alberta Budget and Upcoming Spring Election

Host Jeannette Rocher speaks with independent Cypress-Medicine Hat MLA Drew Barnes about the close battle between the NDP and UCP in Alberta.  Barnes also shares his thoughts on the recent budget and how he was hoping to see a more broad-based tax relief for Albertans.  He discusses some specific areas that need to see tax […]Read More

Teams fundraise to get volunteer a car

Anyone who has kids in sports in Lethbridge probably knows Cindy Adachi. She’s become an extended member of the youth sports family because of her unique gift of volunteering her time to capture moments on the field and the ice with her camera. This time, however, it was Adachi’s turn to be gifted when she […]Read More

BCN coverage from Calgary Stampede

Join Jeannette Rocher, Michael Klassen and Naveen Day as they host the Bridge City News Weekend Edition newscast on location from the Greatest Outdoor Show on Earth, all while checking out the sights and sounds, (sampled some eats, talked to a rodeo cowboy, rode the Superwheel and took in one of the largest powwows in […]Read More

Golf tips from a Pro

Golf… it’s either one of the most relaxing, enjoyable games on the planet – or one of the most frustrating, depending on your mindset. We wanted to learn a bit more about how to enjoy and improve our golf game, so we visited the Lethbridge Country Club to get a few tips from Eric Porter, […]Read More

Shannon Phillips’ LPS appeal denied

Lethbridge West MLA Shannon Phillips has had her latest appeal against the Lethbridge Police Service denied by the Law Enforcement Review Board. In this case which goes back five years, Ms Phillips filed the appeal when she was unhappy with the disciplinary decisions to demote two officers who spied on her in a Lethbridge diner […]Read More

Bibles influencing the lives of younger people

Gideon’s International has been putting bibles in hotel rooms around the world for over 100 years. The group has also been handing out little new testament bibles to students in Grade 5. I asked Dr. Al Anderson with Gideons which is now known as ShareWord Global in Canada why they chose Grade 5 for handing […]Read More

Former Alberta surgeon critical of government’s handling of pandemic.

There are some within the medical community who question the way the government handled the pandemic. You can include Dr. Dennis Modry in that conversation. Dr. Modry implemented Western Canada’s first heart and lung transplantation system. He also served on many hospital committees. Dr. Modry says the Alberta government and Premier Kenney should have put […]Read More

Voting for more than candidates this municipal election

Monday, millions of Albertans will go to the polls to vote for their next municipal governments. There will also be a couple of referendum questions on the ballot including if we should keep Daylight Savings Time and end equalization payments. Cory Morgan is a columnist with the Western Standard. Cory. He spoke with BCN about […]Read More

Vaccine passport will be in Alberta for some time says

The Alberta government announced that its vaccine passport system will remain in effect until sometime in 2022. This comes as Alberta launched its QR code reader for vaccine passports. Our legislative reporter, Tyler Dawson, says even though many Albertans may not be happy with the vaccine passports they may be around for quite some time.Read More