Lethbridge EMS responded to the second lowest number of drug-related events during August 2022 than in any other August over the last 5 years, but the number of drug responses have increased in each of the last three months.
New data for the first half of 2022, shows a relationship between SCS usage in Lethbridge and the number of drug deaths seen in Lethbridge.
Lethbridge EMS responded to the lowest number of drug-related events during July 2022 than in any other July over the last 5 years, but the number of drug responses have increased in each of the last two months.
11 workers have filed multiple complaints with the Alberta Labour Relations Board, alleging that Starbucks is trying to interfere in the unionization process.
Lethbridge’s crime severity dropped last year, compared to 2020, making 3 years in a row the city has seen decreasing crime rates.
The South Zone is the only health zone that has seen a loss in physician registrations between 2018 and 2022.
Lethbridge EMS responded to the lowest number of drug-related events during the 2nd quarter of 2022 than in any other 2nd quarter over the last 5 years.
The Alberta Labour Relations Board has approved the request for Lethbridge Starbucks workers to vote on whether to unionize. Voting closes on 15 July 2022.
An exclusive report, made possible through a collaboration between The Alberta Worker and Rank and File, as well as the contributions of many Lethbridge Starbucks workers.
Lethbridge drug-related deaths have surpassed the 100 mark since the SCS was shut down due to government defunding.