Reading the article prompted me to comb through all the council meetings since 2017 to check the attendance record for city council. Here’s what I found.
Government officials were in southwestern Alberta over the weekend to announce recovery centres, and detox and transition beds.
Alberta Health Services reported in a town hall to South Zone employees that 13 Lethbridge residents have died due to opioids since last week.
The provincial government announced last week that they’ll be giving Lethbridge College over $3 million for upgrading work.
A few points are getting missed in the government announcement about funding ARCHES and in the media coverage and attached public discourse.
Shortly after Lethbridge City Council passed the conversion therapy bylaw earlier this week, someone reached out to me to have me publish this follow-up story.
Last week, Nathan Neudorf wrote an editorial, highlighting several recent project funding announcements. I went through each one to fill in a few things that he left out.
If the “Defund the Watch” organizers requested to present to city council, why are they listed as a written submission? And why is Hyggen’s name next to their submission?
The provincial government announced earlier this week that they’ll be giving the University of Lethbridge $20 million for upgrading work.
Last month, the Alberta government released their Opioid Response Surveillance Report for the first quarter of 2020. Here’s a summary of how Lethbridge fares regarding the ongoing drug crisis.