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City council looks back on 365 days in office

It’s been a full year since Lethbridge Mayor Blaine Hyggen and members of council were sworn in as our current city council. Many of the councilors including John Middleton-Hope say serving on council for the last 365 days has been a real honour.   “I’ve really enjoyed it. It’s been a great year. I have […]Read More

Economic SPC votes against motion to file benefits-driven procurement recommendation

Last year, Lethbridge City Council approved a series of recommendations in response to the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls.  One of those recommendations included strategic planning around Indigenous purchasing and procurement.  The scope of recommendation #15 has since been expanded. The Economic Standing Policy committee met on Wednesday afternoon and […]Read More

Lethbridge’s new mayor and council officially sworn in

Lethbridge officially has a new city council following Monday’s swearing-in ceremony.   Mayor Blaine Hyggen and councillors Rajko Dodic, Belinda Crowson, Jenn Schmidt-Rempel, Mark Campbell, John Middleton-Hope, Ryan Parker, Jeff Carlson, and Nick Paladino took the Oath of Office on Monday afternoon.    Mayor Hyggen, who is now the 26th Mayor of Lethbridge, says he […]Read More

John Middleton-Hope launches election campaign

A new candidate has declared his intention to run for Lethbridge City Council in October. John Middleton-Hope is the former Lethbridge Chief of Police, and started his career with the Calgary Police Service in 1980. As Micah Quinn explains, this new candidate is hoping to bring stability to the city, with a tougher stance on […]Read More