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Doctor finds perfect mix for professional and family life in Alberta city198722023-01-04T07:00:00ZOur StoriesWhen Dr. Garland Jonker first moved to southern Alberta 12 years ago to complete his residency, he and his wife immediately realized that Lethbridge was the ideal place to raise a family while also advancing their professions.1/4/2023 5:12:13 PM
City engagement, website, 311 all see big numbers in 2022198362022-12-29T07:00:00ZOur StoriesLethbridge residents reached out to the City of Lethbridge in high volumes across many different platforms throughout the past year.12/29/2022 4:01:00 PM
City staff recognized with Queen’s Platinum Jubilee medals195792022-12-08T07:00:00ZOur Stories​Several City of Lethbridge employees are among those who have been recently awarded with Alberta's Queen Elizabeth II Platinum Jubilee Medal.12/8/2022 4:56:07 PM
Public Art Update195022022-12-01T07:00:00ZOur StoriesLethbridge is home to an impressive and ever-growing collection of public art, and the City’s Public Art program has been incredibly busy with the completion of multiple projects over the past year. 12/1/2022 3:54:02 PM
Sparking interest in Fire and Emergency Services careers194482022-11-24T07:00:00ZOur StoriesHigh school students participate in "Try the Trades"11/24/2022 10:15:19 PM
Lethbridge water named the best of the west!193032022-11-09T07:00:00ZOur StoriesQuench your thirst with the best tasting water in the west!11/15/2022 7:30:25 PM
One for the history books; Councillor recognized for contribution to preserving southern Alberta's history190042022-10-14T06:00:00ZOur StoriesThe Government of Alberta recently celebrated the outstanding contribution to organizations and individuals who have helped to preserve, restore and tell the history of Alberta.10/14/2022 3:45:30 PM
Media partnership to tell story of Reconciliation all year long188192022-09-29T06:00:00ZOur StoriesAs many in the city take part in Reconciliation Week, a unique media partnership will ensure the story of what reconciliation in our community looks like is told for more than just one week a year.9/29/2022 8:00:56 PM
Summer Lovin', had me a blast188312022-09-29T06:00:00ZOur StoriesSnap shot of summer acheivements in City public operations9/30/2022 1:13:47 AM
Linder's life held in capable hands187532022-09-23T06:00:00ZOur StoriesWhen Kathryn Linder headed off to work on July 14 it was a normal Thursday. She had no idea that a traumatic hostage taking at her office would leave her gravely injured.9/23/2022 10:26:03 PM
Things will be great when you’re Downtown185992022-09-01T06:00:00ZOur StoriesThe arrival of the Labour Day weekend means the unofficial end of summer. It can, however, also be a time to look back at a summertime that featured a full return of happening events in Downtown Lethbridge.9/1/2022 9:40:40 PM
Mayor serves up a successful Community Barbecue 185152022-08-23T06:00:00ZOur StoriesThank you, Lethbridge! Following the parade on Tuesday, Mayor Blaine Hyggen celebrated the return of Whoop-Up Days with the first Mayor's Community Barbecue8/23/2022 10:47:35 PM
Wilder Institute/Calgary Zoo Internship with the Nikka Yuko Japanese Garden182452022-07-25T06:00:00ZOur StoriesWhen staff at the Wilder Institute/Calgary Zoo wanted to learn about the Japanese-style pruning for their Exploration Asia exhibit, they reached out to Cody Fong, Nikka Yuko Japanese Garden (NYJG) Foreman with the City of Lethbridge. 7/26/2022 2:59:11 PM
New fire department decals use past as inspiration for future182162022-07-19T06:00:00ZOur StoriesThe Lethbridge Fire Department has deep-rooted history in the community.7/19/2022 5:19:53 PM
Water meter reading back in our own backyard180362022-06-28T06:00:00ZOur StoriesAs water meter technology has advanced over the years, it's provided an opportunity to bring this work back under the City's Water Waste Water operations which has created three new full-time Customer Serviceman roles as of April this year6/28/2022 9:36:27 PM