Tags : Jeannette Rocher

Lawyer who cross examined Hinshaw under oath says she was

Leighton Grey is a lawyer who has been instrumental in ensuring government and corporate entities are held accountable for the pandemic measures. He’s represented a number of people who have fought both COVID-19 fines and vaccine mandates. He also represented a couple of Alberta pastors who were jailed for breaking those COVID mandates. He had the […]Read More

Was Smith the best choice and will she bring back

Alberta has a new Premier, the have the highest influx of Canadians moving in from other provinces, we have some of the lowest fuel and utility prices – and currently, our economy and research and development are firing on all cylinders.   BCN’s Jeannette Rocher chats with Western Standard editor Dave Naylor about if Danielle Smith […]Read More

Economic forecast for Lethbridge and SA

How are things looking on the economic front for Lethbridge and southern Alberta…and how are businesses faring with the challenge of finding workers to fill job vacancies? We catch up with Trevor Lewington,  CEO of Economic Development Lethbridge to find out.Read More

The many uses of hemp.

Hemp is a product that is becoming more and more popular. It is being used in everything from car parts to clothing. Darren Bondar is the president and CEO of HempAlta. He says hemp is literally being used in thousands of products right now.Read More

Trudeau caught not wearing a mask at airport

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is in Costa Rica enjoying a holiday with his family. There was some controversy when our PM stepped off of the plane and he was seen not wearing a mask. Political reporter Brian Lilley says that is a major no-no since the Trudeau Liberals say you must wear a mask at […]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

Moisture needed for southern Alberta farmers

Farmers on the prairies are still feeling the effects of last year’s drought. That is according to Lynn Jacobson, president of the Alberta Federation of Agriculture. Lynn says if producers don’t see a lot of moisture this spring it could be bad news for many of us.Read More

Mental Health Concerns For Putin

A number of military analysts say the Russian president we know today is not the same Vladimir Putin we knew a couple of years ago. Christian Leuprecht is a professor at the Royal Military College of Canada. Leuprecht says a number of people are now questioning Putin’s mental health.Read More

Omicron creates super immunity, says experts

Experts are saying the Omicron variant could actually be creating a super immunity in patients who are vaccinated but get COVID-19. A U-S study shows that patients generate antibodies that are as much as 1,000% more effective than in patients who were just vaccinated.  Our Foreign affairs contributor Lisa Dafatari says they’re even giving Omicron […]Read More

ULFA without a contract for 500 days and counting.

As you have heard on Bridge City News there was a recent peaceful demonstration at the University of Lethbridge by those concerned that the Lethbridge Faculty Association still does not have a contract with the university. President of the ULFA, Dan O’Donnell, says not having a new contract for such a long period of time […]Read More

Rachael Harder has concerns about Bill C10

Bill C-10 has been a hot button topic in Ottawa lately, and one Member of Parliament from Alberta has been very vocal about it. According to Lethbridge MP Rachael Harder, this bill should concern all Canadians. BCN’s Jeannette Rocher recently spoke with MP Harder about the details of Bill C-10 and her concerns about it.Harder […]Read More

Will Alberta’s Relaunch Grant Help Struggling Businesses?

It’s no secret that businesses have been struggling since the pandemic started, but some establishments have found it extremely difficult to keep afloat particularly when the province repeatedly opens and shuts down. BCN’s Jeannette Rocher spoke with a local restaurant owner who says she’s thankful for the latest provincial grant (Small and Medium Enterprise Relaunch […]Read More

Details of LPS Action Plan explained

The City of Lethbridge has released a summary of the Lethbridge Police Service Action Plan. The full document drafted by LPS Chief Shahin Mehdizadeh, and the Lethbridge Police Commission was sent to Justice Minister and Solicitor General Kaycee Madu on the evening of April 11, according to commission chair Rob vanSpronsen. This plan is in […]Read More