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New art decorating Fort Whoop-Up

A new art installation is hoping to spark some conversations about decolonization. The Hope and Healing Canada project has woven intricate pieces of red yarn using crochet and placed them on the front of the Fort Whoop-Up building in Lethbridge. Organizers for the project say it is meant to really illustrate the connection between our […]Read More

Coulee Cleanup to begin April 23

The Coulee Cleanup is set to go for Saturday. The Lethbridge College Students’ Association is hosting the event to get rid of the garbage that litters our beautiful city. Friday is also Earth Day which supports environmental sustainability and protection. Tanner Marcer, the Events and Communication Manager for the LCSA, says the group has all […]Read More

Galt Museum offering free admission for Indigenous visitors

The Galt Museum and Archives and Fort Whoop Up are now offering free admission to any Indigenous visitors who want to visit the museum and fort. The CEO and Executive Director of the Galt, Darrin Martens, says this is an important step in furthering relationships with Indigenous people. “This initiative was taken as part of […]Read More

New Lethbridge art unveiled by Tourism Lethbridge

Fans of art in our city are in line for a treat. Six local artists have designed travel posters highlighting the best parts of the city of Lethbridge. As Micah Quinn explains, these works of art are now on sale and each one offers a unique focus of our city.   You can buy each […]Read More