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Celebrating multiculturalism

Photo by Richard Amery
John Pogorzelski of the Southern Alberta Ethnic Association is looking forward to the organization’s annual Heritage Day event, which showcases food and entertainment from a wide assortment of the community’s cultural associations.

Go around the world in five hours when you celebrate Heritage Day, Aug. 3 in Galt Gardens. The Southern Alberta Ethnic Association has been holding the event on the first Monday of August pretty much since Heritage Days was first decreed in Alberta by then Minister of Culture Horst Schmid. The event has been moved to Galt Gardens this year. “This year, we wanted to… Read More »

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Some renters wreak havoc

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Photo by Richard Amery
John Pogorzelski of the Southern Alberta Ethnic Association is looking forward to the organization’s annual Heritage Day event, which showcases food and entertainment from a wide assortment of the community’s cultural associations.

Celebrating multiculturalism

Go around the world in five hours when you celebrate Heritage Day, Aug. 3 in Galt Gardens. The Southern Alberta Ethnic Association has been holding… Read More »

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Lethbridge Steel’s Sarah Tivadar tackles an Edmonton Storm player. The league’s first female coach is ready to lead the Steel into battle.

Rookie coach Steels for season

Kessie Stefanyk is the new head coach of the Lethbridge Steel women’s football team. As the rookie skipper guides the Steel into their 2015 Western… Read More »

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Kyra Gertridge, in the middle, performs a spiral while Kelsey Flint and Brooklyn Watmough, on either side, do a spiral variation called a “Y-Scale” during a recent Lethbridge Skating Club practice. The club is preparing to host the Chinook Open Invitational Competition March 27 to 29 at the Civic and Nicholas Sheran arenas.

Blades of grassroots glory

Skaters such as Olympic silver medallist Patrick Chan and Olympic gold and silver medal-winning ice dancers Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir are some of the… Read More »

Editorial

Don’t sweat the small stuff

There’s something to be said for self-sufficiency. In fact, the Consumer Health Products Canada (CHP Canada) thinks it could help ease the burden on our… Read More »

Balancing safety, common sense

A debate has emerged in Nova Scotia over public safety at popular Peggy’s Cove. After two men slipped into the Atlantic Ocean at the well-known… Read More »

The Arts

Girls wanna rock!

Lethbridge girls got a crash course in the music business last week during the third annual Lethbridge Girls Rock Camp at The Gate. This year… Read More »

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