And it still falls $3 million short.
Here’s the thing though: shutting down drug houses doesn’t make communities safer.
If the city council wants to balance their budget without raising taxes in 2021 or 2022, they need to find over $15 million.
Recently, the Lethbridge city council debated reducing public transit service during off-peak times because of low ridership during the pandemic.
As of this week, St. Michael’s Health Centre in Lethbridge has at least 3 COVID-19 cases, according to two emails I recently obtained.
3 healthcare workers confirmed with positive COVID-19 test results.
Earlier this week, the Alberta Court of Queen’s Bench ruled that the City of Lethbridge infringed on Charter rights when it removed anti-abortion ads nearly 3 years ago.
During the first year the SCS was open, Lethbridge CSI increased at a slower rate than the previous year. During the second year, it actually decreased.
That makes it the largest increase since 2014 and the 5th largest over the last 15 years.
In today’s issue of the Lethbridge Herald, the publisher and advertising manager, Brian Hancock, took the liberty to use his platform to share his personal opinion about recent developments regarding the drug crisis in Lethbridge. He disparaged the now-defunct supervised consumption site, which was operated by ARCHES, as well as the mobile overdose prevention site […]