This Friday marks the National Day of Truth and Reconciliation. However, organizations and groups across Lethbridge, including the city, were getting things started Monday.
The Lethbridge Police Service is asking for help from the public as officers attempt to identify a woman who allegedly approached a vehicle and punched the driver in the face.
While the Hurricanes are away, the bulls will play.
Lethbridge police are investigating a stabbing incident that took place early Friday morning.
A Lethbridge woman who was brutally stabbed during a hostage situation this past summer met with first responders who saved her life.
Many farmers are leaving the fields this season feeling disappointed with their harvest.
Crunchy leaves and changing colours mean fall has arrived in southern Alberta, and Environment Lethbridge is reminding residents to get ready for the shifting conditions.
A Lethbridge police officer has been awarded one of the highest honors in Canada for his efforts in rescuing several people from their burning home.
The city's community social development department will conduct the count on the evening of Sept. 27.
An Australian coal company has filed a lawsuit over damages it says it sustained when coal mining was halted by the Alberta government.
A Calgary city councillor is pushing for restrictions around the door-to-door distribution of graphic anti-abortion flyers.
Blowers & Grafton restaurants provide a taste of home for Atlantic Canadians now in Alberta, but they're looking to do even more this week: help those impacted by post-tropical storm Fiona.
Ottawa announced Monday it will officially lift all COVID-19 border restrictions as of Oct. 1, a move that's been called for by those within the airline industry for months.
Alberta Justice Minister Tyler Shandro says his government will direct RCMP in the province not to enforce the confiscation of newly prohibited firearms from what were once legal owners.
Defence lawyers across Alberta have stopped taking on new legal aid cases, the latest move in a long battle with the provincial government.
Witnesses are being sought in the Alberta Serious Incident Response Team's probe into the death of a senior after a physical confrontation with the RCMP at a Sundre hospital.
Police believe a comforter could be key to solving a summer homicide that occurred in Calgary's southwest.
The data that was accessible included names, emails, usernames, licence plates, and residential addresses – was secured within 20 minutes of them becoming aware of the breach.
A family from Illinois has received millions of views on TikTok after showcasing their 'Stranger Things' themed Halloween decoration.
A stem cell transplant will forever connect Intergovernmental Affairs Minister Dominic LeBlanc with a young man from Germany. The minister was diagnosed with an aggressive blood cancer called non-Hodgkin's lymphoma in 2019.
An iconic sandstone rock formation in P.E.I and a striking solitary tree in Nova Scotia are among the natural landmarks destroyed by post-tropical storm Fiona.
Thanksgiving dinner will come with a hefty price tag for Canadians this year, according to data compiled by Dalhousie University's Agri-Food Analytics Lab.
A NASA spacecraft rammed an asteroid at blistering speed Monday in an unprecedented dress rehearsal for the day a killer rock menaces Earth. The galactic grand slam occurred at a harmless asteroid 11.3 million kilometres away.
The end of Canadian COVID-19 border restrictions means unvaccinated baseball players could be facing the Toronto Blue Jays at home in the playoffs.