Lethbridge is a great city in which to live and study. Lethbridge has a small-town atmosphere with big-city amenities and is close to many other great destinations. The B.C. and U.S. borders are only an hour away, and a two-hour drive takes you to world class ski resorts, Calgary or Waterton Lakes National Park.
20-Minute Walk from Our Campus
- great food and drinks, from coffee shops and weekend brunch spots to a wide variety of food offerings from around the world
- lots of nightlife options including bars, pubs and a great local music scene
- grocery stores and big box stores
- fitness facilities, an indoor soccer centre and the home rink of the WHL’s Lethbridge Hurricanes and major concerts and performances
10-Minute Drive from Our Campus
- major shopping centres, theatres, restaurants, pubs and even more nightlife
- art galleries and museums
- Oldman River valley, parks, gardens, and biking and hiking trails
- golf courses, slow-pitch fields, soccer fields and baseball diamonds
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