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  • Locally made app aims to take on Amazon’s online shopping monopoly
    par Riley Cassidy le 19/04/2021 à 7:50

    Rnnr, a locally developed app, is taking aim at Amazon’s monopoly on online shopping by bringing a home-made delivery service to the doorsteps of Aidrie residents. Taking notes from services such as Skip the Dishes and Door Dash, Rnnr will give Airdrians an online shopping alternative to […]

  • Rocky View Schools opts out of curriculum pilot but still will provide feedback
    par Riley Cassidy le 19/04/2021 à 3:42

    Rocky View Schools (RVS) won’t be piloting the province’s draft K-6 curriculum in classrooms, but indicated that faculty would review it to provide feedback in an announcement on April 13. Citing feedback from parents, staff and administration, it was determined that piloting the draft […]

  • $50,000 in damages, no injuries in Motel 6 fire
    par Riley Cassidy le 15/04/2021 à 7:27

    A grease fire at Motel 6 broke out mid-afternoon on Sunday, Apr. 6 resulting in the building being evacuated and a heavy response from the Airdrie Fire Department. A total of 13 Fire Department personnel were on scene with five pieces of apparatus to respond to the fire, which collectively cost […]

  • Pitt joins other UCP MLAs in speaking out against Alberta's latest COVID-19 restrictions
    par Lisa Johnson le 13/04/2021 à 8:22

    Government caucus members, including Airdrie-East MLA Angela Pitt, are publicly criticizing Alberta Premier Jason Kenney for COVID-19 restrictions they say move the province backwards. In a public letter published online Wednesday, April 7, 16 UCP MLAs representing mostly-rural ridings said closing […]

  • Airdrie City council briefs
    par Riley Cassidy le 13/04/2021 à 8:18

    Four-way stop analyses: A second study of two intersections indicated the intersection of Centre Ave. and 1st Street would be a good candidate for a four-way stop. Council received the results of a first study on the intersection in January 2020, the findings of which indicated that the amount of […]

  • Airdrie Firefighters silent auction raises $8,000 for local charities
    par Riley Cassidy le 13/04/2021 à 8:18

    The Airdrie Firefighters Charitable Foundation (AFCF) was forced to skip their annual rooftop campout this year, but didn’t let the pandemic bring a full stop to their fundraiser. Instead, the organization hosted an online silent auction on March 23, managing to raise nearly $8,000 for local […]

  • Site confirmed for Dr. Jose Rizal Statue
    par Riley Cassidy le 13/04/2021 à 8:17

    The home of the future Dr. Jose Rizal Statue has been confirmed, and the new addition to Nose Creek Park will be located just south of the Gwacheon Totem Poles on the east side of the park. Airdrie City council endorsed a request from the Philippine Consulate General in Calgary to receive a donated […]

  • Community pharmacist seeks greater role in Alberta vaccine campaign
    par Jason Herring le 11/04/2021 à 12:03

    The owner of an Airdrie pharmacy that specializes in immunizations is questioning why community businesses haven’t been given a bigger role in Alberta’s COVID-19 vaccine rollout. The Polaris Travel Clinic and Pharmacy received its first shipment of vaccine earlier this week: 100 doses […]

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