Tags : City Council Candidate

Lethbridge’s 4 re-elected city councillors will be back in council

Four returning city councillors have been re-elected to serve Lethbridge. Belinda Crowson, Mark Campbell, Jeff Carlson, and Ryan Parker will all sit around council chambers once again.    Last council saw diverse opinions between councillors, but councillor Belinda Crowson who will be starting her second-term and came in second place with 6.5 per cent of […]Read More

‘A Walk in the Park’ candidate meet and greet ahead

If you’re still undecided as to who to vote for on October 18th you have another chance to meet the Lethbridge candidates.   Syliva Klassen has put together A Walk in the Park for Lethbridge voters to have the opportunity to meet with local mayoral and councillor candidates outdoors. You can check out A Walk […]Read More

Rufa Doria vying for a seat on Lethbridge City Council

The municipal election is just around the corner, today we bring you another Lethbridge city councillor candidate – Rufa Doria. Doria is the president of the Filipino-Canadian Association of Lethbridge and the Vice-president of the Southern Alberta Ethnic Association. She says the reason she is running for council is to give people with a different […]Read More

Restaurant owner vying for seat on Lethbridge City Council

If his name doesn’t ring a bell, then any one of his eight well-established restaurants might. Wally Schenk is one of the 32 candidates looking to fill a seat on Lethbridge City Council. He says he wants to bring compassion to City Hall along with a strong business sense.  Wally says he also wants to make […]Read More

Two council candidates who want to reduce crime and spending

Two Lethbridge residents who are running for a spot on Lethbridge’s City Council this fall want to see a safer city.  One of those candidates is Ryan Lepko.  Currently working for the Solicitor General as a probation officer, he wants to work with different levels of government to end the catch-and-release behaviour of our justice […]Read More

Mayoral, council candidates come together at Prayer in the Park

Roughly 60 people gathered in prayer in Galt Gardens Thursday evening. Amazing Grace Community Church hosted the Prayer in the Park, which saw a large number of municipal candidates attend. Organizer, Colette Aikema, says it was important to connect the Christian community with potential candidates ahead of the fall election.    Councillor Candidate, Kelti Baird […]Read More