The newest City of Lethbridge facility opened its doors to the community today with the grand opening of the Multicultural Centre. As an integral part of the downtown neighbourhood, the Multicultural Centre is home to the Southern Alberta Ethnic Association (SAEA) and will promote inclusion and diversity within the community while creating a hub for multicultural events and activities.
MPPAC raised attention last week to the fact that many of the RCMP first responders sent to the Fort McMurray wildfires were not provided with adequate protection from fire, smoke, debris and airborne particles, and were not required to seek medical evaluation immediately.
Portage la Prairie cyclists of all ages will soon have a place to fix their own bicycles at a newly established Community Bicycle Repair Shop.
MISSING: A True Story of a Childhood Lost is a story of a young girl's survival, a woman's surthrival.
The Edmonton Bicycle Commuters Society will be installing a Ghost Bike Memorial on Friday, May 27 at noon on Highway 14 just east of the Anthony Henday overpass.
Talking about the war and combat action has been taboo for most veterans. But bring up the topic of mascots and they'll talk for hours.
Anonymous: The Wartime Role of Military Mascots by Debbie Elicksen is a book that highlights some of these stories.
Western Canada Theatre would very much like to thank RBC Emerging Artists Project and those from RBC associated with it for their donation of $10,000 to WCT.