August 30th, 2016

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Melissa Villeneuve Lethbridge Herald mvilleneuve@lethbridgeherald.com Organizers of a Lethbridge rally to protest human rights issues in China hope to bring awareness of the horrors happening halfway across the world. On Monday, a group of Falun Gong practitioners from Calgary visited Lethbridge City Hall. It was part of a tour across southern Alberta encouraging citizens and

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  • Classic toys throughout history

    Makayla Hurst Galt Museum & Archives Program Assistant Play is a desire engrained in every child, and children throughout history, all over the world, have always created and played with toys. Toys were often inspired by the things that children saw in the world around them. Spinning tops have been played with since ancient times, ... Read More »

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  • Library receives book donation for Word on the Street Festival

    Melissa Villeneuve Lethbridge Herald mvilleneuve@lethbridgeherald.com The Lethbridge Public Library received a surprise donation of thousands of brand new books for its upcoming outdoor festival. Now in its sixth year in Lethbridge, the Word on the Street Festival is a national celebration of literacy. When WOTS organizers asked Chizine if they wanted to advertise this year, ... Read More »

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  • Bail hearing set for murder suspect

    Delon Shurtz Lethbridge Herald dshurtz@lethbridgeherald.com A Lethbridge man accused of killing a nine-month-old baby earlier this year will attempt to get out of jail this week. Tyler Brian Hogan, 40, is scheduled to have a bail hearing Wednesday in Lethbridge Court of Queen’s Bench. Following that hearing, regardless of the outcome, he’ll return to provincial ... Read More »

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Local Sports

  • McAllister confirmed for Team Canada

    Dylan Purcell LETHBRIDGE HERALD sports@lethbridgeherald.com The Canadian Paralympic Committee finally made it official, and Lethbridge swimmer Zack McAllister is headed to Rio. McAllister, who missed out on Rio Paralympic qualification by one-hundredth of a second, was added to the Canadian team that will compete in the Paralympic Games Sept. 7-18. The Herald first reported the story ... Read More »

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  • Burke ascending

    Dylan Purcell LETHBRIDGE HERALD sports@lethbridgeherald.com Prior to last season, few people outside of Peter Anholt would have predicted Brayden Burke would finish the season as the third-leading scorer in the Western Hockey League. The Lethbridge Hurricanes’ general manager’s belief in Burke has been unwavering, but for most of the league his 109-point season was a ... Read More »

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  • Canes camp continues

    Dale Woodard Lethbridge Herald sports@lethbridgeherald.com After the rookies and prospects kicked things off Thursday and Friday, the veterans joined the fray Saturday afternoon as the Lethbridge Hurricanes headed into their main camp over the weekend. On Sunday, it was the first full day of main camp as the wide-eyed 15-year-olds and the grizzled vets alike ... Read More »

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Opinions

  • Canada shines in EpiPen furor

    Canadians take note: it’s a myth that this country has the best health-care system in the world. That dispiriting – but entirely correct – diagnosis comes from Jane Philpott. As federal health minister, and a former family doctor, she’s in a position to know. It could, however, be worse. A lot worse. Consider the furor ... Read More »

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  • Alberta cap on oilsands emissions could cost billions

    Kenneth P. Green and Taylor Jackson The Fraser Institute – Calgary Alberta’s energy industry has been hit hard by the decline in oil prices, but the province is still home to the world’s third largest oil reserves, and despite a temporary glut, oil will still largely power the world for the foreseeable future. However, just ... Read More »

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  • Duterte and the United Nations

    Philippines’ new prime minister unlikely to follow through on his threat Rodrigo Duterte, the new president of the Philippines, gives good copy. Here’s a quote from his final election rally: “Forget the laws on human rights. If I make it to the presidential palace, I will do just what I did as mayor. You drug ... Read More »

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Letters to The Editor

  • Tanning beds not a fairytale

    Attention all parents, there are thousands of free children’s tanning bed games online, many featuring (unauthorized) Disney Princesses and Barbies. Some of the popular characters are pregnant, sending the message that tanning is safe and fun, when in reality tanning beds are carcinogenic and are banned for minors in all Canadian provinces. Urban Medical Officers ... Read More »

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  • Who’s going to pay for society’s higher costs?

    It seems a few people are happy to be taken advantage of with no questions asked. I am fully aware that taxes are both inevitable and necessary for a civilized society to function, and if you have a nice juicy pension nearing the later years of your life, you’re laughing. But what about the rest ... Read More »

    2 days ago
  • Drivers should show respect for pedestrians

    This is to all the drivers out there who rant and rave about pedestrians like myself. First of all, all I really want to do is get to where I’m going safely and in a timely matter. It has become a difficult chore to do this without being screamed and honked at and being made ... Read More »

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