Lethbridge College piloted a new event this April, where alumnis were brought in to give advice to current indigenous students on self care and the importance of mental health while they complete their studies as finals loom just around the corner.

Hoping to reduce the stigma, increase education on life-saving resources and invest in projects that raise awareness on the glaring issue of the province’s current opioid crisis; The Government of Alberta is investing $1.4 million into 29 different projects across the province this year.

While technology has become so advanced that it consumes daily activities for people of  all generations, Lethbridge College has decided to take one portion of life back to basics this year with the creation of their outdoor play space.

Women ages 50 to 74 — the group most at risk of developing breast cancer — will have local access to mammography services when Alberta Health Services’ Screen Test program arrives in two communities this month.

Tuesday, 17 April 2018 06:41

Broncos win game seven convincingly

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Game Seven arrived for the top ranked teams in the Western Hockey League as the Swift Current Broncos clashed with the Moose Jaw Warriors at Mosaic Place with the winner receiving a trip to the WHL Eastern Conference Championship. Swift Current did what they needed to do, that being play a complete road game and that led to a dominating 6-0 victory over Moose Jaw.

Two Swift Current Bronco skaters cracked the final list in the 2018 NHL Central Scouting Final Rankings released Monday morning amongst North American skaters and goaltenders eligible for the 2018 NHL Draft.

As ongoing overland flooding continues there is potential for public and personal safety impacts on local residents and residences.

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