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Active COVID-19 cases in Airdrie down to 263 active, 43 per cent of residents vaccinated

Active COVID-19 cases in Airdrie down to 263 active, 43 per cent of residents vaccinated

Numbers locally have continued the trend of dramatic drops as Airdrie has reported 263 active, down 68 since May 25.
Airdrie Walmart closed until June 6 due to COVID-19 outbreak

Airdrie Walmart closed until June 6 due to COVID-19 outbreak

The Airdrie Walmart has been closed for 10 days due to a COVID-19 outbreak among staff, according to a posted notice on the business's door.
Winner chosen for Airdrie's Mayor for a Day Challenge

Winner chosen for Airdrie's Mayor for a Day Challenge

Local student Sayde P. electronically stood before Airdrie council May 17 as she was named this year’s winner of the Mayor for a Day Challenge.
Good morning, Rocky View County!

Good morning, Rocky View County!

Editorial: New features

Editorial: New features

You’ll notice some new content in this week’s edition of the Airdrie City View. With this issue, our newsroom is excited to launch a trio of new features, which we aim to produce monthly.
Qs with the View: Stew Ward talks beer and Balzac

Qs with the View: Stew Ward talks beer and Balzac

Starting this May, the Airdrie City View is introducing some new monthly features, including Qs with the View with Scott Strasser – a monthly Q&A series. This new series will feature informal interviews with long-time local residents, business owners, charity directors, coaches and more.
View Reviews: Canadian punk-rock pioneer Art Bergmann returns with new album

View Reviews: Canadian punk-rock pioneer Art Bergmann returns with new album

What better way to ring in a new series featuring local music reviews than to explore Canadian punk-rock icon and Rocky View County resident Art Bergmann’s newest release?
A View to the Past: Nose Creek Bridge connects Airdrie to its history

A View to the Past: Nose Creek Bridge connects Airdrie to its history

Since I was young, I’ve always been a big history buff. I oftentimes find myself getting lost in historical documentaries, film and books, with the subject matter spanning from ancient to more modern history.
Squiggly Pig Marketplace to open in Airdrie this June

Squiggly Pig Marketplace to open in Airdrie this June

Two Airdrie residents will be opening a new brick-and-mortar market this spring to help crafters, artisans and other vendors who are struggling during the COVID-19 pandemic by providing them a permanent place to sell their wares.
City council presented with final draft of CMRB Growth and Servicing Plans

City council presented with final draft of CMRB Growth and Servicing Plans

During a regular meeting May 17, Airdrie City council was presented with the final draft of the Calgary Metropolitan Region Board (CMRB) Growth and Servicing Plans.
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