Thirty-seven per cent of Canadians say they don’t know how to protect their homes from flooding. Continue reading
Taz Dhaliwal is part of the Global News Lethbridge team and works as a videographer. She first joined the Global News family in 2018, working for Global Kingston as a production assistant on The Morning Show for about a year.
Whenever she had the chance, she would enthusiastically file stories.
Prior to that, Taz completed her post-grad in Journalism at Humber College in Toronto. While at Humber, she interned at 680 News in Toronto, which allowed her to hone her reporting skills.
Before her move to pursue her passion for storytelling, Taz spent a year living and working abroad in Spain. While she was there, she had the opportunity to travel throughout Europe with friends, making countless memories while experiencing different cultures and places.
Although, Taz undoubtedly missed Canada and was excited to come back home to kick-start her journalism career.
She has an undergraduate degree in Law & Society with a minor in Criminology and Contemporary Studies from Laurier University.
She’s originally from Mississauga, Ont., but presently calls Alberta home. Her interests include, travelling, photography and videography.
On Wednesday, for the first time ever, the Home and Garden Show was virtually launched. Continue reading →
Over a dozen protestors from all over central and southern Alberta could be seen protesting outside of the courthouse Tuesday morning. Continue reading →
Black students in Lethbridge schools are taking to social media to raise awareness about the racism they’ve experienced for years. Continue reading →
Tuesday’s public hearing will examine policies relating to transportation, utilities and services, along with the environment. Continue reading →
Queen bees are about to get more attention from University of Lethbridge researchers. Continue reading →
The bylaw suggested rezoning the proposed site of an emergency sober shelter located at 110 13 St. S. Continue reading →
Thanks to the ingenuity of aquaponics, sustainable food production is now more accessible than ever before in the city of Lethbridge. Continue reading →
The company, which is deemed an essential service, transports live cattle to packaging plants, so that it can be processed. Continue reading →
It was 2011 when the historic St. Patrick’s Church in downtown Lethbridge last hosted a service after then-bishop of Calgary Frederic Henry ordered it closed. Continue reading →
The situation involves memes that were created in 2018 — that depicted members of the LPS brass, including then-Chief Rob Davis and Deputy Chief Scott Woods. Continue reading →
Post-secondary schools in Lethbridge are eager to return to a greater sense of normalcy, which is why they’re planning to accommodate more students on campus this fall. Continue reading →
A city official said if Lethbridge moves forward with the program, it’s expected to cost $7 per month per household starting in 2023. Continue reading →
A new survey shows 26 per cent of those surveyed admit to having taken medication differently than prescribed or stopping to take it without consulting a medical professional. Continue reading →
Bindra has pleaded not guilty to all of the charges. He had been denied bail and remains in custody. Continue reading →