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Breaking: Friends of Medicare criticizes Alberta government's decision to pause renovations to Airdrie Community Health Centre

Breaking: Friends of Medicare criticizes Alberta government's decision to pause renovations to Airdrie Community Health Centre

In an announcement made last week, Airdronians learned that the expansion and renovation of the Airdrie Community Health Centre was paused as the provincial government considers a proposal to add private delivery to the publicly funded facility.
Lack of housing diversity creating insecurity in Airdrie

Lack of housing diversity creating insecurity in Airdrie

"Secondary suites is the one policy option that will really move the needle on the amount of available rental product in Airdrie that will not cost the City any money."
B.C. wineries must pay up if they want access to Alberta, Nally says

B.C. wineries must pay up if they want access to Alberta, Nally says

B.C. wineries that were sent warnings from AGLC to stop selling directly to consumers have been avoiding Alberta’s alcohol tax, says Nally. Wineries’ lawyer says that winegrowers are happy to pay, but the province lacks a system to do so.
Calgary MLA joins NDP leadership race, talks southern Alberta issues

Calgary MLA joins NDP leadership race, talks southern Alberta issues

Kathleen Ganley, MLA for Calgary-Mountain View, was the first to announce her candidacy for leadership of the Alberta NDP. Ganley is projected to be the only MLA candidate running from southern Alberta.
City of Airdrie considers arena size for new SW rec facility

City of Airdrie considers arena size for new SW rec facility

Local ice sport organizations indicated that the number of hours they are currently allocated is beginning to limit their membership size and ability to grow. 
Alberta anti-trans policy part of far-right playbook, critics say

Alberta anti-trans policy part of far-right playbook, critics say

Policies related to transgender youth are being used as a "political tactic" to "create scapegoats, sow division and erode trust in public institutions" like schools, critics say.
Rocky View Schools teachers mostly happy with new labour agreement

Rocky View Schools teachers mostly happy with new labour agreement

Although there is always room for further improvements, at this time improvements were made for online teachers, compensation for school administrators, and recognition for long service.
UCP government all talk, no action on addressing health-care crisis, says Alberta doc

UCP government all talk, no action on addressing health-care crisis, says Alberta doc

Dr. Michelle Warren – a former Alberta Medical Association president – says the Danielle Smith's government needs to take action on health-care crisis.
What's on the Agenda: Feb. 5

What's on the Agenda: Feb. 5

Airdrie council will meet at 1 p.m. on Feb. 5 for its regular council meeting.
GALLERY: Elder Talk series concludes at City Hall

GALLERY: Elder Talk series concludes at City Hall

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