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    Waterton flexes mussels

    Waterton Lakes National Park have banned motorized water vehicles like to try and combat an invasive mussel species. Parks nada made the decision after large Aquatic Mussels larvae were found in the Tiber Reservoir in Montana last November. Once the species are found in an ecosystem they are almost impossible to get rid of and

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    Lethbridge Hurrines face financial difficulty

    When the 2019-20 WHL season was cut short, it left players hanging up their skates not knowing when they will be back playing hockey. The 2020-21 WHL season was approved by the Alberta Government and started on Feb. 26. The Lethbridge Hurrines are expecting to lose a lot of money this season with no ticket


    Shortage of bicycles as demand skyrockets

    As the weather starts to warm up, people are beginning to get outside for some fresh air. But, if you’re looking to buy a new bike this spring, you may be out of luck. Lol bike shops in Lethbridge are struggling to meet the growing demand. Alberta has been experiencing a shortage of bikes since


    League of Legends Wild Rift sparks rumours and drama

    The mobile version of League of Legends by Riot Games, one of the world’s most popular PC online games, officially released on March 29, 2021 in North and South Ameri. However, online gossip has been circulating around the development of Riot’s MOBA (multiplayer online battle arena) mobile game, League of Legends: Wild Rift. International media

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    Why I love ‘That’s So Raven’

    Raven pretends to be a security guard so she n confront Cory about stealing. One Disney Channel show that was ahead of its time is That’s So Raven, beuse it touched on serious issues like racism, stealing and bullying, which others shows shied away from.  The best part of That’s So Raven is the humour. Watching the show puts



    Alberta government needs to put some thought into restrictions

    The Alberta Government has announced new targeted measures to stop the rise of COVID-19. A community specific mandatory measures was announced on Nov. 12, which included the banning of indoor group fitness classes and team sports for the next two weeks. These activities include high-intensity group activities which consist of two or more people as


    From farm to table, AI is speeding up the process

    Written by Alejandra Pulido-Guzman & Karsen Marczuk Technology continues to advance, and the agriculture and food processing sectors have evolved along with it.  As population across the world continues to grow, the agriculture sector continues to encounter problems with sufficient land to farm as urban development takes over. With less land to farm, farmers have

    Aquaponics micro credentials now offered at Lethbridge College

    Lethbridge College is now offering a series of courses lled micro-credentials in the area of aquaponics, an integrated system in which fish and plants are grown together within a recirculating system. The courses are designed to help those who are interested in aquaponics acquire knowledge in specific areas.  Aquaculture Centre of Excellence chair John Derksen