Alberta clawed back 90,000 jobs in June as coronavirus restrictions were eased across the province, but the unemployment has remained the same – more than double last year’s rate – as more people such as students entered the workforce, new figures show.
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The Alberta government is providing $20 million to upgrade the University of Lethbridge’s district heating and cooling centre, which will create about 112 jobs in the Lethbridge area.
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Lethbridge’s new westside Fire Station No. 5 is on schedule and on budget to be fully built by next January and be ready for service by June.
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Waterton Lakes National Park opened later than usual this year due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and businesses in the town have lost a large portion of their American clientele amid the continued closure of the Canada-U.S. border.
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The City of Lethbridge will be removing the last remaining lead pipes in the community’s drinking water system over the next two years free of charge to affected property owners.
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The City has tightened its belt in light of COVID-19, and has so far been able to absorb this year’s property tax cut and other revenue losses through reductions in service levels and by hiring fewer seasonal personnel.
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The Exhibition Park Exolution upgrade got a super charge from the provincial government to help transform it into a world class agrifood hub right here in Lethbridge.
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The City of Lethbridge says programmable, coloured lighting can be a great way to have a year-round festive atmosphere at your home. But, did you know they have to be installed by a licensed electrician and inspected by the City to be deemed safe and meet the requirements of the Canadian Electrical Code?
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They say you can’t fight city hall, but one small greenhouse owner near Pincher Creek is doing her darndest to do just that by attempting to stop the installation of a livestock incinerator at the local Crownest-Pincher Creek landfill.
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By their nature Municipal Development Plans are meant to be broad in scope and general in application as the main guiding/visioning document for the municipal corporation and the community.
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