Just like the inaugural celebration, and 25th anniversary, a representative of the Japanese imperial family came to the event.
A case of hepatitis A in Taber is prompting Alberta Health Services to warn residents in the area.
“I believe in entrepreneurship, but is it fair to park in the same area where you have six or seven restaurants?”
Over 200 wildfires had forced about 14,000 people to flee their homes in British Columbia as of Monday afternoon, including friends and family of Taber, Alta. resident Melissa Laukkanen.
The Junior Little League Canadian Championship starts August first, and a local team is hoping to take home the title. The Lethbridge Jr. Bulls like to have a lot of fun, and win while they’re doing it.
The federal government is providing 12.2 million dollars in funding for water projects in southern Alberta.
No Pride flag had ever been raised in Taber before this year.
Waterton Shoreline Cruise Company and its flagship vessel the M.V. International turn 90-years-old this summer.
A Lethbridge woman and her coworkers are asking residents to snap and send selfies on June 24 to be used in a time capsule, which will be bolted to a beam inside Casa for the next 50 years.