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Masha Scheele

Masha Scheele

Masha Scheele joined Airdrie Today in December 2021, after spending three years reporting for a small-town locally owned community news outlet in Hinton, Alberta. She graduated with a bachelor degree in communications and journalism in 2016 from Mount Royal University in Calgary, where she was an editor of the student-run newspaper, the Calgary Journal and The Reflector. Following graduation, she worked in a communications role for several years at the Calgary Philharmonic Orchestra. She is now a reporter for the Airdrie City View and Rocky View Weekly.

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Recent Work by Masha

Airdrie's homelessness estimation study to start mid-March

Airdrie's homelessness estimation study to start mid-March

Participating service providers in Airdrie will provide paper copies to community members, and it will also be available online. Survey respondents will remain anonymous.
Airdrie's new multi-use and library facility remains nameless

Airdrie's new multi-use and library facility remains nameless

Council was asked to pick a name for the AMULF from a list of top five names presented at the March 4 council meeting, but council said it missed the mark.
What's on the Agenda: March 4

What's on the Agenda: March 4

Airdrie council will meet at 1 p.m. on March 4 for its regular council meeting.
Mayor Brown hopeful more to come for Airdrie in Alberta budget's fine print

Mayor Brown hopeful more to come for Airdrie in Alberta budget's fine print

Mayor Peter Brown said he had wished to see more funding for Airdrie's needs in the Alberta budget, but remained hopeful about new schools funding.
Airdrie's Urgent Care renovations are back on track

Airdrie's Urgent Care renovations are back on track

Airdrie's Urgent Care's recently paused renovations are back on track while the government continues to explore all options to improve Healthcare for the community.
Mayor Brown says support for Airdrie is needed in Alberta budget

Mayor Brown says support for Airdrie is needed in Alberta budget

The Government of Alberta encouraged people to move to Alberta, and Mayor Peter Brown said they now need to invest in communities and their growing populations.
Special Olympics Torch Run makes several stops in Airdrie

Special Olympics Torch Run makes several stops in Airdrie

The Special Olympics Canada Winter Games Torch Run made a special stop at the school for being a Unified Sports School, providing sport opportunities to students with special needs.
Special Olympics Canada Winter Games Torch Run in Airdrie

Special Olympics Canada Winter Games Torch Run in Airdrie

The Special Olympics Canada Winter Games Torch Run made a special stop at George McDougall High School this morning at 10 a.m. 
Elbow Valley Cycle Club hitting the road for over 40 years

Elbow Valley Cycle Club hitting the road for over 40 years

EVCC is the largest recreational bicycling club in Western Canada, with members of all ages, including youth.
Rocky View crop farmer stays positive in third drought year

Rocky View crop farmer stays positive in third drought year

Despite being on crop insurance level for two years, Wiebe noted that other areas of the province were hit much harder and he’s thankful for what he was able to produce.
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