A Fort McMurray, Alta., man has been sentenced in what the CBSA has said it was the largest drug bust in the history of the Carway border crossing.
Eloise’s first taste of the newsroom came during a “VJ for a Day” experience with Global Lethbridge in February 2018.
Seven months later, Eloise began her studies at the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology in the Radio, Television, and Broadcast News program where she would receive an honours diploma.
Eloise returned to Global Lethbridge in March 2020 for her month-long practicum, and has been a part of the team ever since.
Although her introduction to the industry began during a pandemic, she’s excited to continue her work with the small-but-mighty crew, working on stories that matter to the community.
Born in Fernie and raised across British Columbia and southern Alberta, Eloise has always felt strongly about learning something new every day. When not fulfilling her duties as a videographer, she can be found hiking in the mountains, or at home with a cup of tea and a good book.
The Lethbridge Muslim Association said the news is very emotional for the broader Muslim community around the world.
“There are so many other places that windmills can go. They don’t have to go right there.”
“I would say probably 95 per cent of people I’ve spoken to do agree that the name is outdated. ‘Indian’ is a word that we no longer use.”
“City’s done a lot of work in putting ramps at all the corners, and that’s very beneficial to people in wheelchairs, but it certainly helps people who are visually impaired.”
“We want to make sure that whatever season we’re in, we’re accommodating our vulnerable population.”
The City of Lethbridge has updated its online cycling resources in an effort to help educate residents about proper procedures and safety, both for new and experienced riders.
“I think it’s all about just getting back your voice and not wanting it to ever be silenced again,” Taralyn Dillman said.
The University of Lethbridge is launching a prize draw that staff who get the COVID-19 vaccine can enter into. The university also has a draw for students.
He forced 15-year-old Taralyn Dillman, who was his employee at the time, into a sexual relationship between April 2007 and November 2008.
The expansion of the rapid testing program in Alberta schools was announced on April 10.
Alberta Innovates has selected a Lethbridge College researcher as one of eight recipients of an award through its Smart Agriculture and Food Digitization and Automation Challenge.
While an investigation won’t go forward at this time, the Town of Coaldale is being ordered to partake in a Municipal Accountability Program review this year.
According to data updated May 16, the highest percentage of Albertans who have received at least one dose is in the Twin Brooks area of Edmonton at 56.2 per cent.
“It seemed to work in downtown Calgary, downtown Edmonton, so I don’t see why it wouldn’t work in downtown Lethbridge.”