Bob Windsor says his two years at Lethbridge College were some of the best of his life.
Thinking fast: Lethbridge College grad creates adaptive, 600-horsepower competitive drift machine as well as a charitable organization to help others with disabilities develop a passion for motor sports – all from the seat of his wheelchair
He welds. He invents.
This September, Alberta will turn 110, and the province is as much of a “wild land of freedom,” a “land of the silver springs” and a “province vast and for its beauty famed” today as it was in 1905.
Carving a piece of history: the true tale of a John Weaver bronze and the impressive woman who was its inspiration
On March 28, 2010, the 90th birthday of artist John Weaver, the entire Montana House of Representatives and Senate stopped their proceedings to give the sculptor a standing ovation and to sing “Happy Birthday” to him.
STARTING A NEW JOURNEY: Class assignment and work with college Elder changes lives – and career plans – of two criminal justice students
With willows and rocks and a willingness to learn, James Smith and Warren Haayema approached the sweat lodge for the first time in February 2014 with Lethbridge College Elder Peter Weasel Moccasin.
Top cop: Police chief Tom McKenzie reflects on the value of community, communication and collaboration during his 38-year career
Tom McKenzie’s first day on the job as a Lethbridge Regional Police officer took him downtown on a summer day in 1976 where he was assigned the “important” job of directing traffic during a parade.
There’s a lot of love for food in southern Alberta.
Wherever you go in Canada – from Port de Grave on the Atlantic to Vancouver Island on the Pacific – you can find Lethbridge College alumni doing influential and interesting work.
Discovering Lethbridge College: The spaces you didn’t know about, the stories you haven’t yet heard.
Lethbridge College is well-known for many attributes, from its bright and experienced graduates to its gorgeous coulee views.
In a room filled with uniforms and familiar faces, the eyes of Melissa Whitegrass, mother to toddler Dawni-Rae, Lethbridge College student and 12-year veteran of the Canadian Armed Forces, filled with tears.