Turning cages into homes: Inside the Lethbridge Correctional Centre
Lethbridge News Now
It’s a grey November morning with a sharp, icy wind blowing across southern Alberta. As I drive east down the Old Coaldale Road – better known as Jail Road – towering, leafless trees stand like sentinels just inside the entrance to the Lethbridge Correctional Centre. This is where I’m spending my morning. […]
Read more.

Renewable energy jobs provide new opportunities for Alberta workers
Trades and careers in renewable energy, like wind and solar power, could play a part in easing Alberta's employment crunch — providing jobs in the near future and for decades to come. The industry says there are many oil and gas jobs and skills that will be needed as renewables begin to take off, with many workers well positioned to […]
Read more.

Cor Van Raay Agribusiness farm case competition real life agricultural exercise
Prairie Post
For the third time, the Cor Van Raay Agribusiness Case Competition that is taking place at the university of Lethbridge and the Lethbridge College Nov. 3-4 saw students and industry professionals alike coming together to explore, learn and network in the agriculture, business administration, commerce, and management sectors.
Read more.

Government of Alberta appoints three to Lethbridge College Board of Governors
The Government of Alberta has appointed three members to Lethbridge College’s Board of Governors. Tracy Zappone returns for a second term on the board, and will be joined by first-time members Kristine Cassie and Travis Plaited Hair. “We couldn’t be more delighted with the new appointments,” says Kristin Ailsby, Lethbridge College Board of Governors Chair. […]
Read more.