The University of Calgary School of Public Policy notes that a user fee on the trucking industry would be more equitable.
Report Suggests Lethbridge County Feedlot Tax Could Cause Negative Long Term Effects
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Pfizer Warning of EpiPen Shortage in Canada
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ALERT Bust: Police Seize Semi-Automatic Rifle From Suspected Lethbridge Drug Dealer
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Albertans Asked to Check Naloxone Kits in Case Drug Vials are Missing
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Lethbridge College & Ashcroft Master Builder Launch Design Competition Partnership
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Central Alberta Man Charged with Alleged Sexual Offences Against Three Year Old Daughter
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Construction on Downtown Lethbridge Transit Terminal Getting Underway
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Raymond Man Charged by RCMP Relating to Historical Sex Crime Investigation
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Living Space for Foreign Workers Found by AHS in Lethbridge Burger King
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Work Continuing on Time, Under Budget for Phase 2 of ATB Centre
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Southern Alberta Conservative MP Heading to Washington to Talk NAFTA
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Lethbridge Construction Site Worker Recovering in Hospital After Falling Down Manhole
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