as in the American (U.S.) states of Washington (Washington (U.S. state)), Michigan, Pennsylvania, Maryland and Colorado. The '''University of Lethbridge''' (also known as the '''U of L''' and '''Uleth''') is a publicly funded comprehensive academic and research university, founded in the liberal education tradition, located in Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada, with two other urban campuses in Calgary and Edmonton. The main building sits among the coulees on the west side of the Oldman River. The university press, ''The Meliorist'', is a member of CUP (Canadian University Press). Family Enrico Gerussi, who trained in Italy as a stonemason, was a coal miner working in the Lethbridge, Alberta area, as well as a musician. In 1927, he married Teresina and they moved to Medicine Hat where their eldest son, Bruno, was born. The family subsequently moved to Exshaw (Exshaw, Alberta) where Enrico worked as a sectionman on the Canadian Pacific Railway. Near Exshaw, according to Edna (Hill) Appleby, author of ''Canmore (Canmore, Alberta): The Story of An Era'', there remains a stone bridge built by Mr. Gerussi. thumb 200px Drumheller Channels in the Columbia Basin (Image:Drum-Heller-Channels.jpg) of Washington (Washington (U.S. state)) thumb 200px A view upward into a coulee in the Oldman River (Image:Tree_in_coulee.JPG) valley in Lethbridge, Alberta Church service Brown was called as president (Stake president) of the Lethbridge Alberta Stake (Stake (Latter Day Saints)) in 1921, which included all of Alberta north of the Lethbridge airport (Lethbridge County Airport) and the Northwest Territories (including present-day Nunavut). imagesize office Senator (Senate of Canada) for Lethbridge, Alberta appointed Jeanne Sauvé birth_date Wikipedia:Lethbridge
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campaign initiative to raise awareness and support for improving arts facilities in Lethbridge. The campaign identified three arts buildings: the Yates Memorial Centre, the Bowman Arts Centre, and the Southern Alberta Art Gallery as cornerstone facilities in the community requiring care and attention. On 14 July 2007, the Finance Committee of City Council approved four arts capital projects for inclusion in the City’s Ten Year Capital Plan.
parts of the province have pits for private use. By 1896, competition with the Great Northern Railway (Great Northern Railway (U.S.)) for traffic in southern British Columbia forced the CPR to construct a second line across the province, south of the original line. Van Horne, now president of the CPR, asked for government aid, and the government agreed to provide around $3.6 million to construct a railway from Lethbridge, Alberta, through Crowsnest Pass to the south shore
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-Sat 9:30AM – 5:30PM, Sun 1:30PM – 5:30PM. Go next * Waterton Lakes National Park - A beautiful national park that is about an hour drive away southwest from Lethbridge. The park is also a UNESCO World Heritage site and attracts tourists from all over the world. * '''Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump''' - A UNESCO World Heritage Site near Fort Macleod, about a 30-45 minute drive west of Lethbridge. Head-Smashed-In displays how Native Americans lived before and after they came into contact with the European settlers; and it shows how the Native Americans used buffalo jumps to kill the buffalo for food, protection, and shelter. * Calgary - About a 2 hour drive north, Calgary offers world-class attractions and shopping. Calgary also is home to numerous professional sport organizations and is home to over 1 000 000 people. * Montana - Is approximately 45 minutes south. The nearest American city is Great Falls which is about 2 hours. * Edmonton - 5 hours away and is the capital city of Alberta. It is the second largest city with 1.1 mill people. It is popular for it's numerous festivals, amazing river valley, West Edmonton Mall, Edmonton Oilers, a growing arts community, and the University of Alberta. Wikipedia:Lethbridge
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+Routes+and+Schedules default.htm . Major service changes have recently been implemented and many routes have changed. There is now 30 minute service on all routes during the day and 40 minute service at night. You can now cross town in half an hour or so. The bus is reliable, usually on time, and not overly expensive; for adults it is $2.25 for one way. On Foot Bike You can walk bike around in certain stretches of the city, but trying to walk bike from south Lethbridge to west Lethbridge
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'''Lethbridge''' is a city in the province of Alberta, Canada, and the largest city in southern Alberta. It is Alberta's fourth-largest city by population after Calgary, Edmonton and Red Deer (Red Deer, Alberta), and the third-largest by area after Calgary and Edmonton. The nearby Canadian Rockies contribute to the city's cool summers, mild winters, and windy climate (Chinook wind). Lethbridge lies southeast of Calgary on the Oldman River.
Lethbridge is the commercial, financial, transportation and industrial centre of southern Alberta. The city's economy developed from drift mining for coal in the late 19th century and agriculture in the early 20th century. Half of the workforce is employed in the health, education, retail and hospitality sectors, and the top five employers are government-based. The only university in Alberta south of Calgary is in Lethbridge, and two of the three colleges in southern Alberta have campuses in the city. Cultural venues in the city include performing art theatres, museums and sports centres.