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New report claims living wage for Lethbridge family of 4 is $15 an hour

Alberta Living Wage Network calculated that a Lethbridge family of 4 could cover their living needs if both parents were working full-time and making $15 an hour.

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Lethbridge city council appoints cop’s dad to police commission

Newly-elected city councillor John Middleton-Hope was recently appointed to the Lethbridge Police Commission. His son is a constable with LPS.

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50 drug deaths in Lethbridge since UCP govt defunded SCS

This is the highest number of deaths seen in Lethbridge during the same 12 month period over the previous 4 years.

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University of Lethbridge collective bargaining moves to mediation

After 15 sessions of bargaining with the faculty association, the U of L board of governors has filed for mediation.

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Blaine Hyggen new Lethbridge mayor with 43% support

This makes Hyggen the 26th middle-aged white man in a row to be elected as mayor of Lethbridge.

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Lethbridge environmental group endorses 9 candidates for city council

SAGE endorses 2 mayoral candidates and 7 councillor candidates.

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Lethbridge saw record number of drug deaths in 1st half of 2021

Alberta government data shows that Lethbridge saw more drug-related deaths between January and June 2021 than in the same period any other year.

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Lethbridge municipal election has second most candidates in over 20 years

The official list has 6 for mayor and 32 for city council. Check out my list of candidates to watch.

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Election 2021

How can an independent MP get anything done?

I received the following question from a voter: I love the idea of independent candidates, and I really love that you’re running specifically; however, if you do get elected, how can you have a voice in Ottawa as an independent? I’m legitimately curious how an independent candidate could get anything accomplished without the backing of […]

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Election 2021

Where I stand on postsecondary education

A voter sent me this question: What is your view on post secondary education? How will you support students and faculty? I’ve already seen the effects of budget cuts, and the semester hasn’t even started yet! I understand you spent some time at the U of L, so I’m curious if you will honor that […]