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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.

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Recent Work by Jordan

Synergy challenge promotes wellness during pandemic

Synergy challenge promotes wellness during pandemic

A community development society in southeast Rocky View County is hosting a wellness challenge throughout the month of March to inspire and promote positive lifestyle habits during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Crossfield artist’s work on display at Calgary's Chinook Blast festival

Crossfield artist’s work on display at Calgary's Chinook Blast festival

A Crossfield resident was chosen as one of 28 artists to contribute work to the Chinook Blast mid-winter festival in Calgary.
Deputy mayor withdraws motion for civil society educational webinar

Deputy mayor withdraws motion for civil society educational webinar

A motion that would have directed the City of Airdrie’s administration to work with the provincial government to facilitate a webinar to help local civil societies with the grant application process was withdrawn at the Feb. 16 regular council meeting.
Airdrie country duo releases new single

Airdrie country duo releases new single

Airdrie country duo Flaysher released their newest single on Feb. 24, causing brothers Brad and Ryan Fleischer to reflect on their young and promising music careers.
Airdrie City council presentation claims Alberta Winter Games were a success

Airdrie City council presentation claims Alberta Winter Games were a success

A year after the Alberta Winter Games came to Airdrie, a presentation made to Airdrie City council demonstrated how successful and beneficial the games were for the municipality.
Property crime sees significant drops across rural Alberta

Property crime sees significant drops across rural Alberta

With stay-at-home directives were in place for much of 2020, the Alberta RCMP has reported a large decrease in property crimes for the year.
Rocky View County Coun. Greg Boehlke joins “End the Lockdowns” Caucus

Rocky View County Coun. Greg Boehlke joins “End the Lockdowns” Caucus

Rocky View County Coun. and former reeve Greg Boehlke has joined the “End the Lockdowns” caucus – a national coalition that includes several Canadian politicians who are protesting government restrictions related to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Harmony Beef taking steps to combat COVID-19 outbreaks

Harmony Beef taking steps to combat COVID-19 outbreaks

After multiple outbreaks of COVID-19 at the Harmony Beef meat processing plant in East Balzac, the company has taken steps to prevent further outbreaks moving forward.
Column: End the lockdowns?

Column: End the lockdowns?

There has been a lot of debate after a number of politicians joined the national group labeling itself as the “End the Lockdowns” coalition.
Column: An ode to Airdrie’s community spirit

Column: An ode to Airdrie’s community spirit

If you follow local Facebook groups here in Airdrie, you may have heard the story of Koda, the dog who was lost in Airdrie last week.