The Lethbridge Constituency
Vibrant Communities, Quiet Country Beauty.
The Lethbridge Constituency has a tremendous variety of attractions and events. The natural beauty of this area runs from the short-grass prairie around the Sweet Grass Hills and Writing-on -Stone Provincial Park, through the rolling foothills to the rugged Rocky Mountains of Waterton Lakes National Park. The City of Lethbridge and many of the surrounding Communities all have their unique brand of hospitality to keep you and your family entertained.
The City Of Lethbridge
Lethbridge offers cosmopolitan amenities, a rich cultural mosaic, prime location, and small town flavour, making it a diverse and dynamic city. From the tranquility of Nikka Yuko Japanese Gardens to the high flying rush of the Lethbridge International Air Show, the City of Lethbridge is a great place to work, live and play.
"Where the Rockies Meet the Prairie"
Waterton Lakes National Park, created in 1895, also is the world’s first International Peace Park, linked with Montana’s Glacier National Park in 1932 and declared a world Heritage Site in 1995 by UNESCO. The area is home to a diverse range of plant and wildlife, and is a popular hiking and tourist destination.
Writing-On-Stone Provincial Park
The impressive cliffs and unusual rock formations along the Milk River attracted early native people who considered this valley to be the home of spirits - a sacred place. It now attracts people to discover the numerous carvings and paintings found upon the sandstone as fragile reminders of the people who once roamed the western plains.
Local Communities and Events
Hold a live, specially-trained falcon, owl or hawk at the Alberta Birds of Prey Centre in Coaldale or enjoy life before the horseless carriage at the Remington-Alberta Carriage Centre in Cardston. Whether it’s a visit to the Alberta Temple, a leisurely weekend at a guest ranch on the prairie or an evening of regional dinner theatre by a small-town drama society, the Lethbridge Constituency is ready to deliver...
Government of Canada News
CBSA officers find suspected cocaine at the Toronto Pearson International Airport
The Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) announced today a significant seizure of over 23 kilograms of suspected cocaine at the Toronto Pearson International Airport.
TSB deploys a team of investigators to the site of a 1992 aircraft accident near Kapuskasing, Ontario
TSB deploys investigators to aircraft accident site.
CNSC updates REGDOC-3.5.2, Compliance and Enforcement: Administrative Monetary Penalties
The Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC) has updated REGDOC-3.5.2, Compliance and Enforcement: Administrative Monetary Penalties. Specifically, section 3.3 on "right to request a review" has been modified. The Commission Secretariat now has a form available to assist persons wishing to request a review of an issued notice of violation.