Tags : Local

Lethbridge mom navigates life after sisters unexpected death

The last few weeks have been a rollercoaster ride for one Lethbridge woman. After unexpectedly losing her 40-year-old sister who was also her business partner, Jessica Chaykowski is now dealing with several challenges she never expected to face. Angela Stewart has her story.    A GoFundMe page has been set up in Chaykowski’s name with a […]Read More

2022 Southern Alberta Summer Games ready for July

Cities from across our province are set to host the 2022 Southern Alberta Summer Games. The event will also be held in Lethbridge, with a variety of sports to choose from. Anyone can register online and staff from the Lethbridge Sport Council say the games are important for our entire community. “Instead of the traditional […]Read More

Joyce Fairbairn’s legacy lives on in Lethbridge

Former Senator Joyce Fairbairn passed away at the age of 82 on Tuesday. Details on her death have not been released, but she was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s previously. Here in Lethbridge, Fairbairn left a lasting impact on those she interacted with. As BCN’s Micah Quinn explains, her legacy will live on in our city.Read More

Teamworks Career Centre celebrates 30th anniversary

It’s a landmark most of us in Lethbridge are familiar with, the old Post Office Building on 4th avenue here in our city. But it’s now a beacon of hope for those seeking employment as the home of The Lethbridge Teamworks Career Centre. The new Job Search Hub helps unemployed Albertans find work by offering […]Read More

Agriculture Day celebrated across Canada

Tuesday was Canada Agriculture Day and it’s a time where Canadians celebrate not only where most of our food comes from but also the people who grow and produce our food. Byrne Cook with Lethbridge College explains the importance of the agriculture industry. “I think one of the really interesting things about agriculture is that […]Read More

Chamber Market looking to help local businesses

Lethbridge shoppers will now be able to shop local in a quick and effective way. The Chamber Market is an initiative put on by the Alberta Chambers of Commerce. The website was created to allow businesses to grow their online shopping platforms during the pandemic. Cyndi Vos, the Lethbridge Chamber of Commerce CEO, says there […]Read More

Shopping local for the Christmas season

Lethbridge Mayor Blaine Hyggen and members of The Lethbridge Chamber of Commerce, and Downtown Lethbridge BRZ have joined forces to help strengthen the importance of shopping local in our city. As Micah Quinn explains, this initiative coincided with the lighting of the Christmas tree at City Hall.Read More