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Terry Fox’s inspiring legacy lives on

The run began with little attention on April 12, 1980. That was the day Terry Fox, from his starting point in St. John’s, Newfoundland, began his Marathon of Hope to raise money for cancer research. The young man from Port Coquitlam, B.C. knew something about cancer. He had lost his right leg to the disease in 1977. During his time in hospital, where he was… Read More »

Local News

Spreading out the joys of the fruit harvest season

The Lethbridge Sustainable Living Association’s fruit rescue program is still looking for volunteer pickers and landowners with excess fruit as the busy fruit-picking season gets… Read More »

Terry Fox’s inspiring legacy lives on

The run began with little attention on April 12, 1980. That was the day Terry Fox, from his starting point in St. John’s, Newfoundland, began… Read More »

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Local Sports

Sports community loses two gems

Two of the Lethbridge sports community’s most beloved people passed away recently. I had known Ken Kotkas and Florence Senda for most of my 40-plus… Read More »

Running of the Bulls

The annual running of the bulls in Pamplona, Spain takes place each July as part of the San Fermín festival. But those who don’t want… Read More »

Editorial

Internet access

Way back in 2001, former federal industry minister Brian Tobin argued that the government should spend $4 billion to make sure households across the entire… Read More »

Health-care value

The Fraser Institute says an average Canadian family of four will pay $13,311 this year for government health care. That is a 65.8 per cent… Read More »

The Arts

Starring in Queen’s court

Queen is in again, though they have never gone away. You can’t turn a radio on with without hearing “Bohemian Rhapsody.” And with the success… Read More »

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