Bridge City News is Lethbridge's very own television news, airing seven days a week. We bring you the local stories that matter most to the people of this city.
As seasoned journalists, we seek to find positive stories that build up and inspire our viewers. The stories come from the rich perspectives of the people of the prairies, giving the silent majority a voice.
Hal is a veteran journalist with 30 years in the industry. He hosted/produced business programs which aired on BNN, Global and CHCH-TV. He also worked as a parliamentary reporter in Ottawa for the Sun News Network interviewing government leaders and high profile MPs.
Hal has worked as a national TV anchor for CMT Canada, has been blessed to win a few awards in his career including one as senior producer for a TV show on human trafficking which aired on CTS.
News Director and Anchor
Bridge City News will soon begin airing 30-second spots and segment sponsorships, as well as promotional banners to our website.
My dad and I stumbled upon your program on the Miracle Channel recently, and we really enjoy it! Keep up the good work!
Thank you for reporting with fairness; without ignoring the big issues affecting the Christian community in Alberta.
The piece you ran regarding the Minister of Education's letter sent to Christian schools, its contents and the interview with my former colleague John Carpay was very well done. It shed light on a tremendously concerning trend. Thank you for making a difference.
Ben moved to Lethbridge from Edmonton in 2015 to work with Global News. After some months there, he left the media industry before joining the Bridge City News team as a video journalist in September 2017. Following over a year of putting together stories for the show, he crossed over to start selling ad space for the show in late 2018.