How collaboration drives applied research at Lethbridge College
Communication Arts alumna inspires home cooks to get back to basics, reduce food waste and cook like a chef – even (and perhaps especially) in the midst of a global pandemic
“Last year, it was about this time, we went up to the north part of the reserve and we found a ma’s plant, a wild turnip. For me, the turnip plant is really an important plant. This plant here is our connections to the stars.”
5 quick questions with 10 of the many inspiring members of the Class of ‘20
Kodiaks cross country national champion showcases strength on the course, in the nursing classroom and in the Canadian Armed Forces
Troy Reeb’s rise to the top of the Canadian media landscape has been guided by one question: What can I offer you?
For more than six decades, Lethbridge College has been an important waypoint in the life journeys of tens of thousands of people.
Opioid use is changing our communities. These highly addictive drugs claim the lives of two Albertans a day and disrupt community life at all levels. This special feature looks at how southern Alberta is responding.
How many people are affected? Who are they? And why are they using drugs?