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YWCA launches new Valentines Day campaign

The YWCA along with the Alberta Council of Women’s Shelters launched their very first Valentines Day campaign Tuesday. The initiative is called Love a Shelter. It is meant to bring awareness to ongoing violence against women, gender minorities, and to recognize the staff who work at shelters across the province. Nine different shelters in Alberta […]Read More

Breaking down Premier Smith’s address

Our legislative reporter and the Alberta correspondent with the National Post, Tyler Dawson, says when it comes to a break at the pumps that Premier Smith says is coming for Albertans, it may be long term. Mr. Dawson will also discuss how the Alberta Sovereignty Act will be Premier Smith’s first order of business when […]Read More

Christmas Hope partnership kicks off

The Christmas season has officially kicked off in Lethbridge with the launch of the annual Christmas Hope campaign. It’s a partnership of six agencies coming together to help some of the less fortunate in our city and to ensure they have a good Christmas. CEO for Lethbridge Family Services Sandra Mintz explains how they help during this time.  […]Read More

Local family donates over 200 gifts to Angel Tree campaign

A local family is giving back to the community after donating over two hundred gifts to Lethbridge Family Services’ Angel Tree Campaign. Emily and Alex Geerligs hosted their first toy drive last year following the passing of their daughter Madison. To commemorate what would have been their daughters first birthday, the Geerlings decided to donate […]Read More

City council agrees to allot money to doctor recruitment campaign

Lethbridge City Council voted unanimously to allocate $15,000 to a family physician and recruitment campaign. Council also directed the City Manager to explore opportunities to partner with The Chinook Primary Care Network and Alberta Health Services (AHS) to support funding for an Academic Teaching clinic in Lethbridge. “It’s just another thing, another tool in the […]Read More

Homeless campaign to benefit Wood’s Homes

The ‘5 Days for the Homeless’ campaign is on now until March 18th. This year the event will be a virtual affair. Organizers from the The University of Lethbridge Dhillon Business Students’ Association say it is a way to educate people about our city’s homeless population. Students sleep outside in cardboard boxes for five days […]Read More

Environment Lethbridge gearing up for Reuse Rendezvous

Decluttering your house will be the name of the game from September 10 to the 12th. Environment Lethbridge is returning with the Reuse Rendezvous campaign for the ninth year to allow for Lethbridge residents to get rid of any unwanted items by leaving them on their front lawn for others to take for free. Micah […]Read More