January 23rd, 2017

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Dave Mabell Lethbridge Herald dmabell@lethbridgeherald.com Great news: Your doctor called, your hip replacement is booked! So it’s only a matter of time until you can enjoy walking in your neighbourhood once again. But wait — where do you borrow the crutches, canes or walker you need to get back on your feet? For many generations, that

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  • Dog, cat owners reminded of needed licences

    Dave Mabell Lethbridge Herald dmabell@lethbridgeherald.com It’s like travel insurance for your family pet. If your dog or cat wanders away, Lethbridge animal control staff will bring it back home. That’s one of the services covered by the city’s animal licensing program – and it’s available for cats as well as dogs. A total of 464 ... Read More »

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  • Recovery equipment loansa historical Red Cross program

    Dave Mabell Lethbridge Herald dmabell@lethbridgeherald.com Great news: Your doctor called, your hip replacement is booked! So it’s only a matter of time until you can enjoy walking in your neighbourhood once again. But wait – where do you borrow the crutches, canes or walker you need to get back on your feet? For many generations, ... Read More »

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  • Agriculture has place in the classroom

    Stephanie Labbe Southern Alberta Newspapers For almost 32 years, the Classroom Agriculture Program (CAP) has been educating Grade 4 students about where their food comes from and the importance of agriculture. CAP began back in 1985 and consists of agriculture volunteers. Officials are currently seeking more volunteers to assist. Don George, general manager for CAP, ... Read More »

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Local Sports

  • Copperheads skid hits six games

    Lethbridge Herald The Coaldale Copperheads have hit a skid heading into 2017. The Copperheads hit the road last weekend for a pair of games, losing 6-3 to the Airdrie Thunder Friday before losing a close 6-5 decision to the Red Deer Vipers Saturday night during Heritage Junior Hockey League action. The losses increase the Copperheads ... Read More »

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  • On frozen pond

    It was just like playing in a backyard rink when you were a kid. Except this backyard had seven rinks, fully grown men and women competing, an on-site beer garden with a full Caesar bar, one marriage proposal, an infinite playlist of jams from the 1970s, 80s and 90s, and a medical tent in case ... Read More »

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  • Horns, Kodiaks basketball teams wrap up weekends

    Lethbridge The University of Lethbridge Pronghorns and Lethbridge College Kodiaks men’s and women’s teams were in action Saturday night. All four teams were on the road as the Pronghorns headed to Victoria to face the Vikes in Canada West action, while the Kodiaks travelled to Calgary to take on the SAIT Trojans in Alberta Colleges ... Read More »

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Opinions

  • Davos: The rich are worried

    “I can’t wait to see how the incoming administration deals with AI (artificial intelligence),” said U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry, in a less-than-gracious reference to the fact that the Trump team hasn’t got a clue about the real driving force in the changing world economy. What was striking was that Kerry didn’t have to ... Read More »

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  • 2016 was eventful year for Lethbridge

    I’m excited to share the success of the past year and provide insight into where our community is heading in the year to come and beyond. Reflecting on 2016, it’s truly impressive how much our city has accomplished. We’ve seen major community projects and events that created pride and excitement. From the first days of ... Read More »

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  • Alberta advantage is gone

    Steve Lafleur and Ben Eisen THE FRASER INSTITUTE – VANCOUVER The Fraser Institute recently released a study documenting the erosion of Alberta’s once substantial tax advantage. Specifically, it showed that, until recently, Alberta benefitted from uniquely competitive and pro growth personal and corporate income tax systems, but these key advantages have been wiped away by ... Read More »

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Letters to The Editor

  • Examining Trump’s plans

    Whether we agree with Trump or not, Canada is involved, and we should examine the probable reasoning behind his plans. Is there method in the madness? The overtures toward Russia may seek a strong ally to defeat ISIS, and deny them territory and oil income. Some of the terrorists will scatter over the world, but ... Read More »

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  • At least Trudeau tries to connect with Canadians

    I am sure that l am not the only person who is fed up of listening to the same news for weeks. Yes, PM Justin Trudeau went on a holiday in the Bahamas as a guest of a family friend, Aga Khan, whose helicopter took him there. Did he violate any federal ethics law? Right ... Read More »

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  • By helping others, we also help ourselves

    As someone who advocates for ODA (official development assistance), I often hear protest about helping ours before helping others. What most don’t seem to realize is that foreign aid pays huge net returns for Canada. Our foreign assistance increases peace and political stability in poor nations: Desperate people are ripe for exploitation by extremists and ... Read More »

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