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Local printing businesses seeing increase in sales thanks to large

It’s starting to be a common sight when driving around Lethbridge, campaign signs plaguing the streets for the upcoming municipal election. But, before the campaign signs are set out along the street, local printing businesses have been working hard to prepare them.    David Watson with Friesen Plastics, says they’ve printed thousands of campaign signs […]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

Robin Walker vying for councillor spot

Robin Walker is another Lethbridge resident who has decided to throw his hat into the ring for a spot on Lethbridge City Council. Walker has lived in our city for 35 years, and has an accounting degree from the University of Lethbridge. He currently works in real estate appraisal and drives part-time for a taxi […]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

Downtown BRZ hosted second mayoral forum on Tuesday evening

For the second night in a row, Lethbridge’s mayoral candidates participated in a mayoral forum. Tuesday’s forum was put on by the Downtown BRZ at the Public Library. Five out of the six candidates were present. Questions were asked by a media panel throughout the evening highlighting different budgets, public art work, diversifying the economy, […]Read More

Lethbridge Mayor Chris Spearman gives 2021 State of the City

We are just over a month away until the municipal election, and with Mayor Chris Spearman not seeking re-election again. He spent Tuesday morning addressing the State of the City with community members and stakeholders reflecting on the highs and lows of council’s time in office, giving him a chance to look back on the […]Read More

Councillor hopeful to help out disadvantaged if elected

Chris Rowley is the latest candidate to declare his intentions to run for Lethbridge City Council. Rowley has a disability and is a low income person on Assured Income for the Severely Handicapped. He says he decided to run because he wants to help out the disadvantaged in our city, and to prove to himself […]Read More