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New Calgary digs for Soap For Hope charity

New Calgary digs for Soap For Hope charity

Soap for Hope YYC celebrated its third anniversary April 12 by unveiling its new location in north Calgary. The new address, 5120 6th St. N.E., Calgary, is just off Deerfoot Trail and McKnight Boulevard.
Airdrie Snow Angels selected as Volunteer of the Month

Airdrie Snow Angels selected as Volunteer of the Month

Airdrie Snow Angels, sponsored by North Rocky View Community Links, is Volunteer Airdrie's March Volunteer of the Month recipient.
RVC donates fire truck to Rotary program

RVC donates fire truck to Rotary program

By the end of the year, a community in Mexico will be making good use of a decommissioned Rocky View County (RVC) fire truck.
Run remembers, supports victims of violence

Run remembers, supports victims of violence

East Airdrie’s pathways will be packed with runners getting their sweat on for a good cause April 14, when the annual Legacy Run to End Family Violence takes place, once again.
RVC donates fire truck to Rotary program

RVC donates fire truck to Rotary program

By the end of the year, a community in Mexico will be making good use of a decommissioned Rocky View County (RVC) firetruck.
Baby hares best left alone, according to AIWC

Baby hares best left alone, according to AIWC

Spring has officially sprung, which means mammals are being born throughout Rocky View County. The influx of baby wildlife also means the busy season has begun for the Alberta Institute for Wildlife Conservation (AIWC).
Your library card is musical

Your library card is musical

Your Airdrie Public Library (APL) card carries more benefits than any other card in your purse or wallet, except maybe your Alberta Health Care card. One of those benefits is free music downloads and streaming.
New digs for Big Brothers Big Sisters Airdrie

New digs for Big Brothers Big Sisters Airdrie

Big Brothers Big Sisters’ (BBBS) Airdrie branch is celebrating a new brick-and-mortar location, after operating in the city without a permanent home for nearly a decade.
Baby hares best left alone, according to AIWC

Baby hares best left alone, according to AIWC

Spring has officially sprung, which means mammals are being born throughout Airdrie and the surrounding areas. The influx of baby wildlife also means the busy season has begun for the Alberta Institute for Wildlife Conservation (AIWC).
A mix of politics and crime writing at APL

A mix of politics and crime writing at APL

Libraries in Alberta are governed under the Alberta Libraries Act and Regulations, which form the legal basis for the existence of public libraries in a community.
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