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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

Airdrie City council votes to move ahead with little free library box

Airdrie City council votes to move ahead with little free library box

Airdrie City council has directed municipality staff to start laying the groundwork for the installation of a little free library in Nose Creek Regional Park.
Airdrie City council passes bylaw amendments to allow backyard hens

Airdrie City council passes bylaw amendments to allow backyard hens

Council passes bylaw amendments to allow backyard hens After a successful three-year pilot project, Airdrie residents can now apply to permanently house backyard hens at their residences.
Airdrie approaches 300 active COVID-19 cases as AstraZeneca eligibility expands

Airdrie approaches 300 active COVID-19 cases as AstraZeneca eligibility expands

As numbers have come in after the weekend, Airdrie active cases continue to rise as the Province reported 289 April 18.
Airdrie City council presentation recommends increased cemetery fees

Airdrie City council presentation recommends increased cemetery fees

An informational presentation to Airdrie City council April 6 recommended increased cemetery fees, along with the potential of expanding cemetery space to accommodate demand.
Bragg Creek and area councillor Mark Kamachi not seeking re-election

Bragg Creek and area councillor Mark Kamachi not seeking re-election

Rocky View County’s (RVC) Division 1 councillor has announced he will not seek re-election in the upcoming municipal election after serving one term as the representative for Bragg Creek and area.
RVC appoints Kent Robinson as acting CAO

RVC appoints Kent Robinson as acting CAO

Rocky View County (RVC) has acted swiftly to fill its vacant Chief Administrative Officer role, after Al Hoggan filed his resignation from the position earlier this month.
40 cans for Lent campaign raises $18,000 in food and donations for Airdrie Food Bank

40 cans for Lent campaign raises $18,000 in food and donations for Airdrie Food Bank

An Airdrie-based group’s annual fundraiser and food drive that takes place during Lent has raised more than $18,000 in food and cash donations for the Airdrie Food Bank (AFB).
Airdrie non-profits applaud implementation of Clare's Law

Airdrie non-profits applaud implementation of Clare's Law

As of April 1, a new law tabled by the Alberta government will allow people at risk of domestic violence to learn about their intimate partner's past.
Airdrie resident excited to launch local delivery app

Airdrie resident excited to launch local delivery app

Airdrie local Anthony Morvillo is gearing up for the release of a new delivery application, which he hopes will not only help people get what they need in a timely fashion, but also stimulate the local economy.
No subsidized transit for Airdrie youth this summer

No subsidized transit for Airdrie youth this summer

Airdrie City council defeated a notice of motion brought forward by Coun. Candice Kolson on April 6 that would have offered free public transportation for youth in the city this summer