July 18th, 2024


Bruce Galts brings Paul Davis to Lethbridge

By Lethbridge Herald on May 21st, 2020

Long-time Lethbridge homebuilder and businessman, Bruce Galts, has taken on a new venture, and is now also the owner and operator of the Paul Davis Lethbridge franchise. Galts, owner of Galko Homes, is ready to serve customers in the region with Paul Davis Lethbridge; helping home and business owners recover from fire, mould, asbestos, wind, ... Read More »

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Funding for skilled immigrants and refugees

By Lethbridge Herald on February 13th, 2020

Windmill Microlending, a national charity, is looking to help newcomers to Canada with microloans of up to $15,000. The loans help skilled immigrants and refugees achieve professional success and avoid underemployment. Dr. Maria Eriksen, a Calgary-based clinical psychologist and immigrant, created the program in 2004. At the hospital where she worked, Dr. Eriksen encountered janitors, ... Read More »

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Tubs for Toys Back for its Tenth Year

By Lethbridge Herald on November 20th, 2019

For the last decade, The Ensuite Kitchen & Bath in Lethbridge has been dedicated to providing children in the community with presents under the Christmas tree, when they might not have before. In its tenth year, The Ensuite Kitchen & Bath is teaming up with YWCA Lethbridge and encouraging the community to help them fill ... Read More »

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3 Most Important Factors When Choosing a Restaurant Point of Sale

By Lethbridge Herald on November 1st, 2019

Most people hear the term restaurant point of sale (POS) and think of a cash register for customer transactions. Punch in an order, take a payment, wave goodbye. But these days, a restaurant POS is a whole lot more. It can help you increase sales, improve guest experience, and make better decisions about your business.  ... Read More »

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What does ‘bioplastic’ really mean?

By Lethbridge Herald on September 26th, 2019

Compostable plastic is supposed to be a game-changer but does it work? For pet owners and businesses searching for eco-friendly packaging and choices, bioplastics seem to be a win-win: you’re replacing petroleum with plants! Sounds like using bioplastic products is an easy non-guilt decision. They are considered to be biodegradable. Right? The issue is the ... Read More »

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Ways to Enhance your Dog’s Quality of Life

By Lethbridge Herald on September 12th, 2019

Six tips to help with proper digestion, healthy paws and sin and coat health. Dogs enhance our quality of life every day, but what can we do to improve theirs? Here are six tips to help with proper digestion, healthy paws, skin and coat health, and more. 1. Regular Paw Checks – Your pup’s paws ... Read More »

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Wine Brew and You

By Lethbridge Herald on July 23rd, 2019

The ancient ways of making wine is somewhat in the past, since the introduction of updated regulations issued by the Alberta Liquor, Gaming and Cannabis Commission, allowing wine and beer kit making businesses such as Wine Brew and You to make the kits instore for the customers. People no longer have to take up space ... Read More »

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Local Developer Breaking Ground with new options in Coalhurst

By Sponsored Content on June 5th, 2019

Local land developer under direction of Martin Geomatics Engineering is breaking new ground with two new subdivisions within ten minutes of Lethbridge, in the town of Coalhurst. With the new easy and safe access to the town through the Highway 25 access North of the Highways 3 overpass, families are able to build a home ... Read More »

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