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9/26/2022September 26, 2022Culture


Reconciliation Week kicked off in Lethbridge this week with the raising of the Métis and Reconciliation Flags to fly alongside the permanently raised Siksikaitsitapi (Blackfoot Confederacy) flag outside City Hall.
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9/22/2022September 22, 2022Culture
September 26 marks the start of Reconciliation Week in Lethbridge and after two years of online and virtual celebrations and events, there are many in-person opportunities taking place across the city.
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9/22/2022September 22, 2022Special Event
​​On Tuesday, September 27, Lethbridge will take part in a coordinated effort to measure homelessness across Canada. Over 65 communities are participating in the third nationally coordinated Point-in-Time (PiT) Homeless Count in Canada.
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9/23/2022Our StoriesSeptember 23, 2022
When 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.
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9/1/2022Our StoriesSeptember 01, 2022
The 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.
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8/23/2022Our StoriesAugust 23, 2022
Thank you, Lethbridge! Following the parade on Tuesday, Mayor Blaine Hyggen celebrated the return of Whoop-Up Days with the first Mayor's Community Barbecue
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