Tags : support

Furry addition added to Lethbridge Victim Services team

A new cuddly hire has been added to the Victim and Witness Services Team for the Lethbridge Police Service. Kourt, a spunky two-year-old female Golden Retriever, Black Lab Cross, began her new role as the first facility dog for the LPS and Victims Witness Services team. She has gone through heavy training through the Wings […]Read More

Lethbridge organization rising above to help the community

A group called Rise Above is holding a movie night tonight for kids in preparation of the upcoming school year. Students will be given packs of goodies during the film, which will be provided by the Sutton Group of Lethbridge. The organization is hoping to raise awareness for mental health support in the community. The […]Read More

NDP asking for farmer mental health crisis hotline

The NDP is calling on the Alberta government to implement a 24/7 mental health crisis support hotline for farmers in our province. The NDP is also renewing their proposal for the UCP to provide five insured mental health sessions for Albertans. NDP Agriculture Critic, Heather Sweet, was in Lethbridge discussing how she has been talking […]Read More

Ceremony of support for residential school victims

The University of Lethbridge held a ceremony today to honour the memory of the 215 school children who were found buried underneath a Kamloops Residential School site. The remains were found by a ground penetrating radar specialist last week. The U of L’s Chancellor, Charles Weaselhead, who is a residential school survivor himself, says the […]Read More

Hollowed out tree brings joy to community

Chances are you may have seen a hollowed out tree in Nicholas Sheran Park. This isn’t any normal tree, inside are rocks and pieces of wood painted with words of kindness. As Micah Quinn explains, the students who started the idea wanted to show the community they are being thought of.Read More