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Local handyman looking to fix up Airdrie

Local handyman looking to fix up Airdrie

Airdrie resident and local handyman Ron Chapman has decided to run for alderman this fall. “I believe if you start with a good foundation, whatever you build on top of it will be strong.
Airdrie to scale down activities with sister city

Airdrie to scale down activities with sister city

City council voted to change Airdrie’s special relationship with Gwacheon, Korea, Sept. 7. Since 1997, the City has had an agreement with its sister city to offer the English education training program and alternating visits of public officials.
Agricultural Society gets green light for development

Agricultural Society gets green light for development

It’s full steam ahead for the Airdrie Agricultural Society’s future home, to be located in one-and-a-half miles west of the city. In a split vote, Rocky View County council approved an application to redesignate 149 acres of farmland, Sept. 7.
Airdrie RCMP ask for public's help in locating missing man

Airdrie RCMP ask for public's help in locating missing man

The Airdrie RCMP held a press conference Sept 14 at the local detachment, asking for the publics assistance in locating a missing Airdrie man.
Young candidate to run in upcoming election

Young candidate to run in upcoming election

Bryan Young may be, well young, but he already has years of political experience under his belt. The 21-year-old was the youngest local candidate in the last provincial election and was the youth director of communications for the federal NDP.
Long-time Airdrie resident to run for alderman

Long-time Airdrie resident to run for alderman

Tim Elliott knows politics.
Aubut throws his name into alderman race

Aubut throws his name into alderman race

Former Canadian military peacekeeper Andre Aubut has made it official: he will seek an alderman position in the upcoming municipal election. “I want to run for alderman because I genuinely care for our community,” said Aubut.
Recreation coordinator to run for alderman

Recreation coordinator to run for alderman

According to alderman hopeful Vernon Sinnott, the City can be run more effectively than it has been. “I feel I would be able to run the City efficiently,” said Sinnott, who has lived in Airdrie for seven years.
Local mother eyes City council job

Local mother eyes City council job

Aldermanic hopeful Carolyn Friend has lived in Airdrie for eight years. In that time, she’s learned a lot, including that the community is a great place to raise her boys, Ryan and Dylan.
Government's "censorship" excuse doesn't wash with Albertans

Government's "censorship" excuse doesn't wash with Albertans

Ask almost any Albertan what they feel about censorship, and regardless of their political affiliation, they will tell you that protecting rights of free speech and free expression is a mandatory expectation of their elected governments; and so it sh
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