Lethbridge

What is Lethbridge known for?


significant support

groups within it. One stronger group was the ''Parti national social chrétien'' of Adrien Arcand which had significant support. Arcand believed in the anti-Semitic policies of Hitler and called himself the "Canadian Führer". In 1934, his Quebec-based party merged with the western-based fascist Nationalist Party of Canada. In 1938, the English Canadian and French Canadian fascist movements united into the National Unity Party. The only fascist politician ever


arts buildings

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.


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right-wing (Right-wing politics). Federally, from 1917 to 1930, Lethbridge voters switched between various federal parties, but from 1935 to 1957, they voted Social Credit

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liberal education

north of Lethbridge along Alberta Highway 23 Highway 23


dramatic arts

: www.northernstars.ca actorsabc bain.html Conrad Bain at northernstars.ca. He then studied in New York (New York City) at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts, where his classmates included actor Charles Durning and comedian Don Rickles; he became a naturalized citizen of the United States in 1946 before graduating in 1948. ''Americada'' (The Newsletter of the American Academy of Dramatic Arts, Spring 2003. ref>


based rock

the Dominion government's support of the Galt enterprises, by opening the Galts' railway in September 1885 in Lethbridge. *Lovehammers Chicago based Rock Band. Notice the "L" Is capitalized and the h is lower case, this is because Lovehammers is 1 word (www.lovehammers.com). *Lethbridge Hurricanes A WHL hockey team out of Lethbridge, Alberta Comic strip Between 1984 and 1986, Drucker


energy including

an economic development alliance called ''SouthGrow'', representing a population of over 140,000. Annual Report 2006, SouthGrow. June 21, 2006. In 2006, Economic Development Lethbridge partnered with SouthGrow Regional Initiative and ''Alberta SouthWest Regional Alliance'' to create the ''Southern Alberta Alternative Energy Partnership''. This partnership promotes business related to alternative energy

, including wind power, solar power and biofuel, in the region. Southern Alberta Economic Development Organizations Partner to Launch Major Alternative Energy Initiative. Southern Alberta Alternative Energy Partnership news release. November 6, 2006. Economic Development Lethbridge won first place at the Economic Developers Association of Canada 2007 Marketing Canada Awards for its "County of Lethbridge Business Investment Profile


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: www.northernstars.ca actorsabc bain.html Conrad Bain at northernstars.ca. He then studied in New York (New York City) at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts, where his classmates included actor Charles Durning and comedian Don Rickles; he became a naturalized citizen of the United States in 1946 before graduating in 1948.images news americada03.pdf ''Americada'' (The Newsletter of the American Academy of Dramatic Arts, Spring 2003. ref>


distinctive buildings

on the skyline of Lethbridge. Less well-known than the High Level Bridge, the post office is one of the most distinctive buildings in Lethbridge. Built in 1912, the four-storey structure is crowned by a functioning clock tower. Other prominent buildings


title buildings

on the skyline of Lethbridge. Less well-known than the High Level Bridge, the post office is one of the most distinctive buildings in Lethbridge. Built in 1912, the four-storey structure is crowned by a functioning clock tower. Other prominent buildings

Lethbridge

'''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.

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