For the first time in the Canada Games’ 52 year history, the torch is making its way across Canada and stopping in nearly 50 communities along the way.
The Canada Winter Games Torch Relay will be rolling through Lethbridge next week.
The relay started a few months ago in Ottawa and for the first time in the Canada Games 52 year history, the torch is making its way across the country, stopping in 50 communities along the way.
The relay will be in the city at 3:00 pm next Wednesday, January 16th at the ENMAX Centre.
A dozen people will carry the torch locally including Mayor Chris Spearman, Susan Eymann of the Lethbridge Sport Council, and local volunteer Perry Neufeld just to name a few.
The Canada Winter Games take place in Red Deer next month.
* Lethbridge MP, Rachael Harder
* Lethbridge-East MLA, Maria Fitzpatrick
* Lethbridge Mayor, Chris Spearman
* Canadian Boxing Champion, Rick Duff
* MNP Accountant, Aaron Moore
* Lethbridge Hurricanes Director of Player Development, Bob Bartlett
* Lethbridge Sport Council, Susan Eymann
* Youth One President, Jordan Schellenberg
* 2020 Paralympic hopeful, Lowell Taylor
* Local Speech Pathologist, Julie Taylor
* Sundance Brave Society Member, Kogen Wells
* Local Volunteer, Perry Neufeld