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Jordan Stricker

Jordan Stricker

Jordan Stricker is a reporter with the Airdrie City View and Rocky View Weekly. Born and raised in Airdrie, he graduated from the Southern Alberta Institute in Technology in 2019 with a diploma in Online/Print Journalism.

Phone
587-326-4151
Email
jstricker@airdrie.greatwest.ca

Recent Work by Jordan

RVC council briefs

RVC council briefs

A Terms of Reference (TOR) for a developer-led and wholly developer-funded Area Structure Plan (ASP) for West Elbow Valley was approved by Rocky View County council at a regular meeting on Jan. 12.
Column: Trying times for local business owners

Column: Trying times for local business owners

It breaks my heart to see everything that local businesses have had to endure during the pandemic.
Citizen satisfaction survey shifts online

Citizen satisfaction survey shifts online

As the new year comes into full swing, the City of Airdrie has released its annual citizen satisfaction survey to gauge how residents are feeling about services provided by the municipality.
Airdrie businesses to support STARS raffle

Airdrie businesses to support STARS raffle

A raffle held by the Shock Trauma Air Rescue Society (STARS) air ambulance, that aims to support Alberta’s struggling tourism sector manoeuvre the pandemic has found support from several Airdrie businesses.
Airdrie council withdraws notice of motion to waive business license renewal fees

Airdrie council withdraws notice of motion to waive business license renewal fees

A notice of motion put forward by Mayor Peter Brown to explore waiving business license renewal fees was withdrawn at Airdrie City council’s Jan. 18 meeting.
Crowded outdoor rinks create stir in Langdon

Crowded outdoor rinks create stir in Langdon

The Langdon Community Association (LCA) has been doing its best to keep residents happy with outdoor activities during the COVID-19 pandemic, but rules handed down from Alberta Health Services (AHS) regarding regulations at outdoor rinks have caused some frustration in the community.
Securities Commission shares investment red flags for 2021

Securities Commission shares investment red flags for 2021

The Alberta Securities Commission (ASC) has released a list of top investment risks in hopes of helping Albertans avoid falling victim to scams in 2021.
Securities Commission shares investment red flags for 2021

Securities Commission shares investment red flags for 2021

The Alberta Securities Commission (ASC) has released a list of top investment risks in hopes of helping Albertans avoid falling victim to scams in 2021.
AFD chief supports call for firefighter vaccinations

AFD chief supports call for firefighter vaccinations

The Airdrie Fire Department (AFD) is adding its voice to the chorus of firefighters around the province calling on the Alberta government to include fire services in Phase 1A of the rollout of COVID-19 vaccine eligibility.
Restrictions to ease on Jan. 18 as Airdrie's active COVID-19 cases sit at 162

Restrictions to ease on Jan. 18 as Airdrie's active COVID-19 cases sit at 162

As after the holiday case numbers show progress and a decline in new cases, Health Minister Tyler Shandro announced on Jan. 14 the province will ease some restrictions Jan. 18.