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Baby hares best left alone, according to AIWC

Baby hares best left alone, according to AIWC

Spring has officially sprung, which means mammals are being born throughout Airdrie and the surrounding areas. The influx of baby wildlife also means the busy season has begun for the Alberta Institute for Wildlife Conservation (AIWC).
A mix of politics and crime writing at APL

A mix of politics and crime writing at APL

Libraries in Alberta are governed under the Alberta Libraries Act and Regulations, which form the legal basis for the existence of public libraries in a community.
Local Catholics collect food during Lent

Local Catholics collect food during Lent

As Catholics around the world observe Lent, some local adherents are using the season to give back to their community through the 40 Cans for Lent campaign, put on by the local Knights of Columbus council.
Running to end family violence

Running to end family violence

Dust off your running shoes – the third annual Legacy Run to End Family Violence is scheduled for April 14.
Nature First to host inaugural gala event

Nature First to host inaugural gala event

Nature First Airdrie and the Rocky View Foundation will be hosting a gala event April 5 to allow residents to learn more about what the Nature First non-profit society hopes to accomplish.
Longtime ADVAS volunteer receives Golden Heart Award

Longtime ADVAS volunteer receives Golden Heart Award

A longtime Airdrie and District Victim Assistance Society (ADVAS) volunteer was recognized for her dedication with the 2018 Golden Heart Award. Sue Ferguson, who has volunteered with ADVAS for a decade, said she was humbled to receive the award.
Archaeology comes to Airdrie museum

Archaeology comes to Airdrie museum

The Nose Creek Valley Museum (NCVM) is going international – the Airdrie-based museum will open a new exhibit April 5, with a focus on replicas of archaeological findings from around the world.
White Collar Boxing another knockout for fans

White Collar Boxing another knockout for fans

Sweat flew, punches landed and bodies dropped – 2019 proved another successful year for the Airdrie Oilmens Association’s annual White Collar Boxing event.
Crossfield actors are Not Suitable for Primetime

Crossfield actors are Not Suitable for Primetime

The Artists of Crossfield Theatre Society (ACTS) will mount its latest original adults-only dinner theatre production, Not Suitable for Primetime, March 29 and 30 at Crossfield Community Hall.
Chestermere High School raising funds for turf field

Chestermere High School raising funds for turf field

Chestermere High School and the city’s sporting community are rallying together to bring a new, state-of-the-art turf field to the area.