With the month of February holding a significance across the globe for eating disorder awareness, the Eating Disorder Network of Alberta (EDSNA) are hoping to continue the push of de-stigmatizing the illness that affects thousands across the province during the first week of February this year.

With the growing issue of climate change constantly presenting itself across the world, the government of Alberta just made a big announcement to partner with indigenous organizations in an effort to boost education, research and planning.

The University of Lethbridge took some time this month to talk about water governance in Canada.

Regions within the County of 40 Mile and the Aden Border Crossing are both reporting poor weather conditions:

Thursday, 08 February 2018 10:29

Muendel receives innovator award for pulse crop work

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The Alberta Pulse Growers (APG) this week presented the fourth annual Alberta Pulse Industry Innovator Award to Lethbridge’s Dr. Hans-Henning Muendel, who was instrumental in developing numerous bean cultivars for Alberta growers.

Thursday, 08 February 2018 09:47

Saskatchewan's new premier visits Swift Current

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Saskatchewan's new premier made his first visit to Swift Current since being sworn in a week ago.

Everett Hindley, the Saskatchewan Party's candidate in the upcoming by-election in Swift Current, was eager to get his campaign going after the official announcement of the date when voters will be going to the polls in the city.

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