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Jordan Stricker

Jordan Stricker

Jordan Stricker is a reporter with the Airdrie City View and Rocky View Weekly. Born and raised in Airdrie, he graduated from the Southern Alberta Institute in Technology in 2019 with a diploma in Online/Print Journalism.

Phone
587-326-4151
Email
jstricker@airdrie.greatwest.ca

Recent Work by Jordan

Bragg Creek café holding contest to promote takeout service

Bragg Creek café holding contest to promote takeout service

As many Rocky View County restaurants adapt to the shift back to takeout and delivery service in light of new COVID-19 restrictions, the Bragg Creek Café & Baking Company is getting creative with ways to get the community involved.
Airdrie and District Community Foundation gives $12,000 in grants to local charities

Airdrie and District Community Foundation gives $12,000 in grants to local charities

The Airdrie and District Community Foundation (ADCF) recently announced it has contributed more than $12,000 in grants for local charities.
Reported criminal code offences down in Airdrie in 2020

Reported criminal code offences down in Airdrie in 2020

According to a recent report to Airdrie City council, first-quarter crime statistics indicated criminal code offences decreased by seven per cent in Airdrie in 2020, compared to the year before.
Airdrie-based MP sponsors parliamentary petition

Airdrie-based MP sponsors parliamentary petition

Banff-Airdrie MP Blake Richards recently sponsored a parliamentary petition calling on the House of Commons to adopt and enact seven recommendations made following a study regarding bereavement leave for parents grieving the death of a child.
City of Airdrie proclaims May 9 to 15 as Economic Development Week

City of Airdrie proclaims May 9 to 15 as Economic Development Week

During a regular council meeting May 3, council voted to proclaim May 9 to May 15 Economic Development Week, aimed at recognizing the hard work and contributions made by our Economic Development department.
Airdrie bus operators vote to ratify new collective agreement

Airdrie bus operators vote to ratify new collective agreement

Airdrie bus operators vote to ratify collective agreement After over a year of labour negotiations, Airdrie’s public transit operators have ratified a collective agreement with 75 per cent support from its members.
RVC council gives green light for Gateway Village development in Bragg Creek

RVC council gives green light for Gateway Village development in Bragg Creek

A redesignation brought before Rocky View County council during a regular meeting May 4 received the go-ahead, meaning the Gateway Village development in Bragg Creek will be moving forward.
Beiseker Lions Club moving forward with online auction

Beiseker Lions Club moving forward with online auction

While COVID-19 restrictions continue to mean the cancellation or postponement of many events and fundraisers, the Beiseker Lions Club is moving forward with an online auction to support community organizations.
RVC council gives green light for Gateway Village development in Bragg Creek

RVC council gives green light for Gateway Village development in Bragg Creek

A redesignation brought before Rocky View County (RVC) council during a regular meeting May 4 received the go-ahead, meaning the Gateway Village development in Bragg Creek will be moving forward.
Crossfield Farmer’s Market moving forward with annual spring event

Crossfield Farmer’s Market moving forward with annual spring event

While more restrictions have been implemented by the Province amid an ongoing spike in COVID-19 cases, organizers are still moving ahead with the Crossfield Farmer’s Market’s Spring event, set to take place May 15.