Recognition of community building and unity unfolded in a cultural celebration as the City of Lethbridge and the Reconciliation Lethbridge Advisory Committee (RLAC) held the first Reconciliation Awards evening Monday night in City Hall.
Nominations are now open for the Lethbridge Reconciliation Awards, recognizing individuals, groups and organizations who have demonstrated exceptional leadership, integrity, respect and commitment to furthering Reconciliation or inspired others to continue Reconciliation efforts.
The Galt Museum & Archives (Akaisamitohkanao'pa) is taking strides for a more sustainable future. In coordination with the City of Lethbridge, museum staff are excited to announce that its new programming cargo van is an all-Electric Vehicle (EV). The van was recently purchased through the Municipal Climate Change Action Centre (MCCAC), which is a partnership of Alberta Municipalities, Rural Municipalities of Alberta and the Government of Alberta.
Saint-Laurent, Quebec, is the official twin city of Lethbridge. The two communities entered a formal city-to-city twinning arrangement in 1967 as part of a Canadian Centennial project to promote cultural and social relationships between Eastern and Western Canada. Exchanges occur annually, alternately involving seniors and students. In 2023, the City of Lethbridge and the Borough of Saint-Laurent will be hosting an exchange for citizens 55 years and older.