Downtown Lethbridge BRZ interim executive director Melissa Johnson says the work is worth the small inconvenience.
Erik Bay joined the team at Global Lethbridge in 2021 after spending two years as a video journalist in Canada’s only border city: Lloydminster.
While in Lloydminster, Erik covered a variety of topics, including city council, agriculture and bull riding.
Born and raised in Athabasca, Alta., Erik moved to Edmonton in 2017 to attend the Radio and Television Broadcast program at NAIT.
In his spare time, Erik enjoys cheering on the Calgary Flames and Boston Red Sox, and exploring all the hiking trails in Southern Alberta.
The province’s latest Opioid Response Surveillance Report shows opioid deaths among Alberta’s Indigenous population are skyrocketing.
The city and Blood Tribe signed a MOU in May, focusing on health and wellness, economic development, community planning and communication with Indigenous peoples.
“More and more today, police work is about collaboration and partnerships between police officers,” Lethbridge Police Chief Shahin Mehdizadeh said.
The 7 Avenue South bike boulevard is getting more bikes on the road, with five times more cyclists hitting the streets in 2019 compared to in 2016, before it was built.
The LCI Arts Academy dance program has put together a documentary showcasing the students’ year of dance during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The woman had been swimming with friends but had become separated from the group, the City of Lethbridge said.
Six of the eight doctors listed on the CPSA list as having availability said they cannot currently accept new patients.
The five Lethbridge Police Service officers facing multiple counts of misconduct over memes depicting LPS brass.
16 Avenue is set to become a primary road to a new joint school and recreation centre, but a Coaldale resident said it would ruin the calm residential street.
The Piikani Nation is using LiDAR technology to map the surface terrain, possibly uncovering old disturbances.
Ready for anything. That’s the approach BGC Lethbridge is taking with summer programming around the corner.
Alberta Union of Provincial Employees vice-president Mike Dempsey says Alberta’s wildland firefighters are missing paycheques as the province works out issues with its pay system.
A resolution put forward by Moms Stop the Harm Lethbridge will not move on to city council, after a unanimous vote by the community safety standing policy committee.
Dozens of people left shoes, flowers and stuffed to honour the 215 children found in unmarked burial sites at the Kamloops Indian Residential School.