AHS South zone communications director Gwen Wirth confirmed that each gathering occurred at the same Lethbridge home last month.
Now in his second tour with Global Lethbridge, Tom rejoined the team in June, 2017 after a three year stint in radio.
He’d spent the previous four years at Global as a Producer, Anchor and Videographer.
He’s currently our Digital Journalist and the host of Global News weeknights at 11:00 p.m.
A Calgary transplant, Tom is now rooted in Lethbridge and proud to call the city home.
In his spare time Tom can be found either skiing or golfing (depending on the season), and spending quality time with his wife Susan and dog Molly.
Tom graduated with honours from SAIT’s Radio, Television and Broadcast News Program in 2009.
The municipal bylaw was first enacted on Aug. 24, 2020. It requires a face covering to be worn at all times while in public indoor spaces and public vehicles.
As of Feb. 11, about 30 per cent of the South Zone’s 6,093 cases have turned up in Lethbridge, while Medicine Hat accounts for only nine per cent.
M.D. of Willow Creek Fire Chief Kelly Starling told Global News crews were first alerted to the fire burning at a feedlot around 4 p.m. on Tuesday.
The decision to part ways with Cory Armfelt, who had held the position since January 2017, was made during a town council meeting on Monday.
On Tuesday, numbers released show that the city had a total of 1,025 cases of COVID-19 as of Nov. 30.
Four cases of the novel coronavirus have been identified at the Edith Cavell Care Centre and two at Columbia Assisted Living.
On Friday, R.O.C. Christian Ministries in Coaldale became the region’s seventh active outbreak for the novel coronavirus.
RCMP said Friday that 37-year-old Dustin Big Bull has been charged with second-degree murder and causing an indignity to human remains.
“Police pursued the vehicle due to the potential seriousness of the abduction,” Taber Police said in a release posted to their Facebook page.
As of Tuesday afternoon, there were 101 active cases of the virus within the city, after 52 new cases were identified over the Thanksgiving weekend.
The Children’s House Child Care Society announced three positive cases in a statement Tuesday evening.
“All individuals exposed to these cases are being contacted directly by AHS and instructed to follow requirements for isolation and testing,” AHS said in a statement.
ASIRT said the incident happened in a room at the range, when one officer, who was handling a firearm, discharged a live round into a table.
Support is pouring in for two Lethbridge families who lost their homes to a fire on Tuesday.