The 2013 Lethbridge Municipal Election promises to be hotly contested with an expected large number of councillors and several mayoral candidates running for City Council.
The video for this can be seen at: http://www.lethlib.ca/detail/recorded-municipal-election-forums The 2013 Lethbridge Municipal Election promises to be hotly contested with an expected large number of councillors and several mayoral candidates running for City Council.
By looking at three historically significant eras in American history, the speaker will contextualize the 2012 US election and relate to how these eras shaped the results.
The front page headline in the Lethbridge Herald April 24 read, “Same Old Story”. Was it really? Was this another automatic victory for the PCs?
The 2011 election saw many interesting developments. The Conservatives winning a majority was the immediate story, but the long-term story was one of party realignment.
7-9pm in the Lethbridge Public Library Theatre Gallery
2010 Lethbridge Municipal Election Forum for Mayor The 2010 Lethbridge Municipal Election promises to be an exiting event with six candidates running for Mayor.
2010 Lethbridge Municipal Election Forum for Aldermen The 2010 Lethbridge Municipal Election promises to be hotly contested with a large number of aldermanic candidates running for City Council.
SACPA has been a part of the community for over 40 years. It is your forum to discuss issues of concern, be they local, provincial, national or international.
The historically low voter turnout at Alberta'’s general election last year is cause for concern about the health of democracy in our province.
Worried about gas prices, food costs and the credit crunch? Will health care be affordable in our old-age? Who do you trust to look after our interests and our country?
Recent polls suggest another minority government in Canada after the October 14th vote, albeit the demographics of Parliament may change. Initially, environmental issues were high on the campaign agenda, arguably for good reason.
At the recent Alberta general election, a historically low 41% of registered voters exercised their right to vote. Although those that did gave the Stelmach government a massive majority of 86 percent of the seats at the Legislature, the mandate, in fact, came from less than one-quarter of the electorate.
ALDERMANIC DEBATE Are you satisfied with our public facilities in Lethbridge? Are you getting good value for the taxes you pay?