Alberta will be promoting upgraded facilities in the new Castle Provincial Parks this summer, as an alternative to fire-ravaged Waterton Lakes National Park.
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Lethbridge residents and visitors now have a new place to go for information on local events and attractions.
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Property owners have a responsibility to keep clean the roads and alleys that share a boundary with their property in Lethbridge.
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Lethbridge City Council has agreed to a northside land purchase.
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LETHBRIDGE – In just three weeks the umpire will yell “Play ball!’ for the first time at the renovated Spitz Stadium. And the city says despite a harsh winter for construction, it will mostly be ready.
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The original line of the Crowsnest route of the Canadian Pacific Railway (CPR) began where Mayor Magrath Drive now goes under the CPR track in Lethbridge. It ran south on what is Mayor Magrath Drive.
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Lethbridge and area has had a long association with the movie industry, from presenting films on the big screen to serving as a film backdrop, and even to producing people who have gone on to work in the industry.
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Lethbridge City Council could be addressing a tax amendment, changes to land-use rules in regards to cannabis retailers, and the new parking meter replacement program in a council meeting heavy on bylaw amendments but light on presentations today.
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The City of Lethbridge saw lower costs associated with snow and ice removal than some other communities in southern Alberta between 2012 and 2014, a benchmarking study has shown.
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Hot weather and dry winds this week helped ag producers get seeding underway, but there’s a long way to go to make up for the slow start, according to the latest Alberta crop report.
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