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Groundbreaking for new Calgary Co-op store in Cochrane today

Groundbreaking for new Calgary Co-op store in Cochrane today

The site will be home to a 41,275 sq. ft. Food Store as well as Co-op Cannabis, Wine Spirits Beer (WSB), a Service Station, Car Wash and Convenience Store.
ROAD REPORT: Airdrie commute road conditions and traffic cameras

ROAD REPORT: Airdrie commute road conditions and traffic cameras

Get a look at your commute - click for up-to-date conditions map and road cameras
Letter to the Editor: Having issues with Brett McKay's drought/ climate change article

Letter to the Editor: Having issues with Brett McKay's drought/ climate change article

Every time I hear "climate change...because of the burning of fossil fuels" irritates me and countless others, because it is a false narrative.
Council pushes new user fees bylaw back to the drawing board

Council pushes new user fees bylaw back to the drawing board

Airdrie council was not happy about the new user fees and charges bylaw that saw increases across all services.
Iron Horse Park hosts successful Bunny Run to support the Airdrie Food Bank

Iron Horse Park hosts successful Bunny Run to support the Airdrie Food Bank

Iron Horse Park collected 152 pounds of food which the food bank estimated at $538, and $475 in cash from ticket sales. 
$1.4 million raised and 262 hours played at Hockey Marathon

$1.4 million raised and 262 hours played at Hockey Marathon

The Hockey Marathon for Kids began on April 5 and 40 players have participated in the 190 plus of continuous hockey that has been played at the Chestermere Rec Centre. The game ends on April 16, making the game 262 hours long.
Fire Advisory Lifted for East and West Rocky View County

Fire Advisory Lifted for East and West Rocky View County

Effective immediately, there are no fire advisories or bans in the east and west division of the County, and permit burning is allowed.
Nenshi makes campaign stop in Airdrie

Nenshi makes campaign stop in Airdrie

Naheed Nenshi has until June 22 to convince Alberta’s NDP voters to elect him leader of their party. Then comes the hard part. Nenshi is vying for the top job of a party that he did not belong to before this year.
Culture wars feed Alberta's rising classroom aggression: report

Culture wars feed Alberta's rising classroom aggression: report

Within the last year, half of Alberta teachers and 75 per cent of school leaders said they have experienced some form of aggression.
Indian Society of Airdrie holds Grand Mela to celebrate Vaisakhi

Indian Society of Airdrie holds Grand Mela to celebrate Vaisakhi

Airdrie East Indian community gathered at the Town and Country Centre on April 14 to hold a colourful Grand Mela to celebrate Vaisakhi, the Hindu festival of the spring harvest, on April 14.
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