Like many across southern Alberta, Kevin Ponech is aware of how much smoke there is outside. But since early summer, the city’s transit manager has learned how much work is created when there’s a smoke emergency – inside!
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Federal Conservatives pressed the federal government for action to help Canadian beef producers this week, and Lethbridge MP Rachael Harder was leading the charge.
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The City of Lethbridge will finally be receiving some money from federal government coffers to help green up its infrastructure.
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The provincial government announced Friday that it will be holding public consultations for the next 30 days on a proposal to reclassify and expand the Twin River Heritage Rangeland Natural Area. The natural area, which is largely made up of Crown lease land, is located about 10 kilometres west of the Town of Milk River. Under the new proposal, the government would increase protections while allowing current grazing activities to continue.
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Construction will soon be complete, but westside motorists can expect one more detour before Metis Trail reopens to serve more residents.
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Canada Post will no longer offer free mail forwarding for rural residents after Sept. 19.
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While politicians tussle over the future of carbon pricing and the fate of renewable energy projects in southeast Alberta, industry observers say the sector will continue to grow after the next election.
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It’s the August long weekend. And for many southern Albertans there’s a tradition: Visit our national park!
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Lethbridge Herald A county road east of Lethbridge will be closed for reconstruction next week.
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One of Lethbridge’s more dangerous intersections has been redesigned.
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