2 hrs ago
Calgary police probe violent attack in Huntington Hills
Southern Alberta residents are keeping an eye on the rivers as heavy rainfall continues to soak the western portion of the province.
12 hrs ago
Scuba diver who died in Kootenay Lake was Alberta doctor
A physician from Lethbridge, Alta., has been identified as the scuba diver who died in Kootenay Lake near Kaslo last week.
17 hrs ago
Sneak peek at new U of L rez
Herald photo by Ian Martens University of Lethbridge president Mike Mahon talks with housing services manager Terri Thomas in one of the living areas Thursday at the new Aperture Park Phase III residence construction project.
19 hrs ago
Body of coyote to be tested for disease
The head of a coyote conservation officers destroyed after a man was bitten at the Silver Sage Trailer Park and Campground will be tested for rabies.
Thu May 23, 2013
Province warns rain may cause minor flooding in southern Alberta
The province is warning of rising water levels in southern Alberta following a heavy rainfall, with more precipitation expected throughout the week.
Lake Cowichan Gazette
SPOTLIGHT: Science whizzes, a royal meeting
Janice Pang, a Grade 9 student at Coquitlam's Pinetree secondary, and Kelvin Zhang, a Grade 7 student at Port Coquitlam's Maple Creek middle, were part of Team BC that headed to the Canada-wide Science Fair in Lethbridge, AB, last week.
The Abbotsford News
Is Abbotsford really that boring?
Abbotsford came within three spots of being declared the most boring city in Canada at the first annual Boring Awards in Toronto on Wednesday night.
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Wed May 22, 2013
Conner Brown takes chair of CAUS
Current University of Calgary Students' Union vice-president external Conner Brown is the newest chair of the Council of Alberta University Students, succeeding current SU president and former SU vice-president external Raphael Jacob.
Racism in Alberta causing social ills
Herald photo by Ian Martens Cheryl Currie, an assistant professor of public health at the University of Lethbridge, speaks at the Southern Alberta Housing and Homelessness Research Forum Tuesday at the Coast Hotel and Conference Centre.
Air show to operate every two years in Lethbridge, following 2013
This summer's air show will bring the crowd-pleasing Snowbirds and Sky Hawks to Lethbridge.
Burlington students win medals at national science fair
The quartet competed for the Bay Area Science and Engineering Fair team at the Canada Wide Science and Engineering Fair held May 11-18 in Lethbridge, Alta.
Curbside recycling closer to realization
The Town of Taber took another step towards implementation of a roll-out cart system for solid waste disposal and curbside recycling with the approval of a preliminary action plan.
Mon May 20, 2013
Authorities face questions over handling of BSE threat
Veterinarian Stephanie Czub, seen with cattle at the Canadian Food Inspection Agency laboratory near Lethbridge, discovered a case of BSE from her Winnipeg lab in 2003.
Sat May 18, 2013
Power Thrashers Edge Of Attack Announce 'Northern Destruction Tour'; New Music Video 'In Hell'
Website: http://www.edgeofattack.com Music: http://youtu.be/qBRj84u-i50 Grande Prairie, AB power-thrash five-piece Edge of Attack are proud to announce they will be trekking across Alberta for the month of June along with a tour date in Winnipeg, MB for their Northern Destruction Tour in promotion of their debut self titled album released on Spread ... (more)
Wed May 15, 2013
Agriculture Canada closing offices in 4 Saskatchewan communities
As well, research on cattle, previously done in Lethbridge, Alberta, will be consolidated with the existing research office in Swift Current.
Red Deer Advocate
Study says gambling addicts significant source of government revenue
By The Canadian Press - Red Deer Advocate Published: May 14, 2013 7:45 PM Updated: May 15, 2013 6:58 AM LETHBRIDGE- A new study suggests nearly half of Alberta's gambling revenue comes from gambling addicts and researchers say that's "problematic." Research out of the University of Lethbridge shows that between 40 to 50 per cent of revenue ... (more)
The Fort Macleod Gazette
Laurie Donaldson was born March 10, 1952 to Gerda and Michael Trojan in Belgium.
New home for the arts in city
Casa will serve Lethbridge arts community well for years to come Tuesday marked a new beginning for the arts community in Lethbridge.
Tue May 14, 2013
Chilliwack bucked trend with annual GDP increases
Chilliwack had one of the fastest-growing mid-sized economies in all of Canada between 2005 and 2012, according to a new report issued by the Conference Board of Canada.