Those students, prospective job seekers and employers from southeast Alberta and southwest Saskatchewan have Oct. 15 circled on their calendars.
The Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) has had a summer filled with activity across its border crossings in southern Alberta.
History isn’t always a lesson that automatically captures the attention of a generation living very much in the now. Students at Cardston Junior High School, however, not only listened intently but also had a chance to hold history in their hands during a Six String Nation tour stop.
A pilot project in Grasslands National Park (GNP) in September, saw 11 students helping mark fences to increase the visibility of those fences to wildlife.
The late Dr. Jim Coutts (LLD ’12) left a legacy to the University of Lethbridge with the establishment of the Coutts Centre for Western Canadian Heritage, and now, that legacy will endure thanks in part to an auction of Coutts’s personal items in support of the Coutts Centre.