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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 08, 2015, Lethbridge, AlbertaInformation features amp news from across Southern Alberta Odds a a amp ends Lucky tickets Mote a Vil lottery numbers a re Krofek 141 until verified see news happening7 it to woman chained after brandishing knife in Park a 21 year old woman is tat my charges after using a knit in All gardens wednesday afternoon to about i 20 . Members of the i eth Edge regional police attended the Park when alerted a secure personnel who saw an Alten action involving a knife patrol and Don mown policing unit offic ors determined two altercations broke out Between a group of two men and a woman during tit first incident the woman threatened the victim moments later the two men began fighting police said. I he woman who appeared to be with one of the men produced a Amie and started swinging it at the victim i tie Knite never connected and the Man was not Hurt the tight stopped and All parties tried to walk Awn set Uriv staff was Able to identify them while police located and dealt with All three parties Chienda Rose Dav Hiet. Of no fixed address was arrested it the scene and held tor a bail hearing. She has been charged with possessing a weapon dangerous assault with a weapon and threats. I a. S pm i by v t it. 3 1 1 1 1 a a stifle fatty int selection 326 6th is Lethbridge 1 403-328-9484 i t fac to pc la Hui Bigelow Fowler clinic or. Willene Roos is joining the practice a Bigelow Fowler East note the new address 103,2049 mayor Magrath or. S. New patients Are Welcome. Please Call 403-327-3977 to Book your appointment. In appointments will be accommodated As schedule allows. 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M u a i h 49 insole a a a it Utah Rizui a glom foul a Tinct 13, 1s, 1/, 18. 24, 26 Lethbridge Herald saturday August 8, 201s Page a2 Herald photo by Ian Martens Teddy Bear tally Arris Art it to manager of sponsor the storage bin and Torey Scott Lethbridge bulls special events coordinator up Ufeo t is c c cited during ast month s teddies for tots game two Hundred and sixteen toys were donated As the inaugural Campaign and will be distributed to local charities turning Point a a a a a a a a n t a 11�?Tper in a not going to engage in a debate about what we Call this Rolo said. A i Here a no doubt we have worked our was through a mild contraction. On i Nav Harper was flanked in Morns and toddlers on a backyard deck. I be used the suburban backdrop to promote the newly a a a a a mussels and for what it s Worth i ills notes Many Are same 1 sberal Leader Justin Trudeau faced the biggest Challenge and succeeded at the same time polls conducted while the debate was on. And afterwards showed most viewers backed new democratic part Leader loin Mulcair As their next prime minister. Quot Trudeau was solid throughout says Ellis a political science inst Victor at t Lethbridge allege Quot i be did t under a perform. Any suggestion that Trudeau Isnit ready for this kind of encounter has been dashed. In contrast i ills says Mulcair seemed subdued during the opening exchanges Bui he came alive in the second half after fort my 11 arpe r to admit that Guiana s it Onomy is now in recession despite the government s boasts about fist a management. Nevertheless i Llis adds i Harper defended Tuset Konomu record with <1 dynamic that will help the enriched Universal child c Are Benefit introduced by his government. 1 be has argued the Cash injection Back into families pockets would help lire up the sluggish Economy. A for his performance in thursday s debate Harper would Only say that he a Felt very Good about it. I la leave it to the pundits to do their own anal Sis a a a conservatives. F be defended fus turf both opposition leaders joined Ireen party Leader Elizabeth May in condemnation of the Harper governments response s to global warming and climate change. May acquitted herself Well raising issues and questions in an articulate manner. She certainly did t appear out of i he debate s most heated moments saw Trudeau take on Mulc air Over support he s voiced for the Sherbrooke declaration of 2005. Ironically Ellis Points out that saw two outspoken federalists debate a regional Issue while blot quebecois Leader lilies Dueppe wont be heard in debate Umili the first i Rench language debate. A neither one of them did themselves any favours Over that on the other hand. Ellis says nobody incurred serious injuries during debate from others sell inflicted. "1 Don i think that anyone went away saying Thev blew it or that the election was in the bag bloc insulted by debate snub the Canadian proc Ottawa a he four combatants in the televised leaders debate basked in the glow of self proclaimed Vic tory Erit Lay As the first week of a Adas Marathon Federal election t Campaign Drew to a c lose. But not everyone Felt triumphant blot quebecois Leader alies Dueppe the Odd Man out of the debate called it a surreal Quot to watch his fellow Federal leaders discuss the threshold for Quebec Independence without him. And Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne who s already tried once to so Wail Stephen i Lar per a party was at it again Friday describing her relationship with the prime minister As a a dysfunctional and calling for his ouster. All of the party leaders were winners in the debate a at least according to the parties themselves. I he four Camps who Duke it out issued die customary flurry of news releases claiming their respective Leader triumphed in the initial Exchange of View s. The experts seemed to agree no one stumbled badly nor Leary stood out. In the end the real Winner might have been the debate itself hosted by Mac leans Magazine and ably moderated in political editor Paul Wells Whit h energized a languid summer Campaign and left pundits and observers buzzing 1 Here were testy volleys on the Economy Energy policy and Quebec sovereignty. Under questioning from nip Leader Tom Mulcair. Harper appeared to acknowledge the country is enduring a mild recession a remark conservative officials tried to walk Back the next Day. At a news conference Friday in Richmond Hill ont., Harper stuck to his line that some 80 per cent of the Canadian Economy is still growing a Only the Energy sector is shrinking due to falling Oil prices. A we know there Are ups and Harper said. A the Choice is you either stick with the plan that s working and has most of our Economy growing or you adopt plans that throw All of the Economy backwards a and that s what the nip prepare to zip it again monday Ltd whoop up drive Lethbridge Herald monday morning traffic will he hectic once again. As Bridge contractors close All but one eastbound Lane on whoop lip drive i he restriction pan of a summer Long maintenance program is expected to last two weeks. City traffic officials an urging motorists to use the late merging Quot Zipper system to keep traffic flowing. I Drivers in both of the two available downhill lanes Are asked to take their turn As they reach the Start of the single Lane Section. Using two lanes until that Point officials say will reduce congestion. Alternatively they say Westside residents May use Bridge drive or i Highway 3 a or ride a Bike to work. The whoop up pedestrian and Cycle Bridge is not affected by the closures. Or to reduce stress transportation officials suggest Wes siders can hop on the bus and let the Driver Deai with the crush. Two lanes will remain open for westbound traffic they add. Reduced Speed limits remain in effect. Golf tourney to help interfaith Lethbridge Herald Lethbridge s interfaith food Bank society has been selected As a birdies for kids participating Charity at this weekends Shaw Charity classic in Algary. The pea tour champions tour event features professional golfers among the likes of Kolf Hall of Farmers Bernhard Langer and defending Champion Fred couples. In two years of existence the tournament has raised More than $4.67 million for Charity with children being the primary benefactors. New for 2015, the Calgary Shaw Charity classic foundation has launched the initiative called birdies for kids. Having been selected the interfaith food Bank is eligible to have donated funds matched by the program. Through birdies for kids donors can either make a onetime Flat donation or a pledge for each Birdie made by champions tour players during the tournament

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