The Alberta Association of Chiefs of Police has some serious concerns about what it says is the "Federal Government's aggressive timeline for legalizing cannabis."
Alberta Police Chiefs Issue Public Letter Over Pot Legalization
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Prime Catering Named Lethbridge's 2018 Business of the Year
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Lethbridge Man Charged in Connection to Violent Robbery
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Some Lethbridge Retail Cannabis Stores Could be Selling Very Soon
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Lethbridge County Live-Streaming Council Meetings
Beginning Thursday (Oct 18) Lethbridge County will offer residents and interest parties both "live-stream" and recorded versions of County Council meetings.
Lethbridge MLAs Critical of Proposed UCP Education Cuts
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