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Airdrie Blue Zones Project scrapped due to COVID-19

Airdrie Blue Zones Project scrapped due to COVID-19

The Airdrie Blue Zones Project (ABZP), which sought to make Airdrie “the healthiest community in Canada,” has been cancelled due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. On Nov.
40th Avenue interchange construction to kick off in April 2021

40th Avenue interchange construction to kick off in April 2021

Construction of the 40th Avenue bridge and Highway 2 interchange in Airdrie is set to begin in April 2021 and should conclude by October 2023, according to City of Airdrie officials.
Airdrie youth enjoy mild weather weekend

Airdrie youth enjoy mild weather weekend

Test of emergency public alert system expected today across Canada, CRTC says

Test of emergency public alert system expected today across Canada, CRTC says

The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission says all provinces and territories, except Nunavut, will get the alerts, but people will not be required to take action.
Province declares state of emergency, Airdrie records first COVID-19 death

Province declares state of emergency, Airdrie records first COVID-19 death

More than eight months after the COVID-19 pandemic began, Airdrie reported its first death from the virus Nov. 22. As of Nov. 25, Airdrie has 273 active cases of COVID-19 – a decrease from a high of 314 cases reported 10 days prior.
New event encourages Airdrie to Get Lit

New event encourages Airdrie to Get Lit

The Airdrie Festival of Lights has launched a new initiative to make Airdrie glow with holiday spirit at the end of a dark year.
Alberta declares state of public health emergency

Alberta declares state of public health emergency

“These steps are not being taken lightly,” Kenney said.
New COVID-19 measures expected this afternoon

New COVID-19 measures expected this afternoon

Alberta Premier Jason Kenney is slated to speak to media at 4:30 p.m.
Carmen’s Bigway Foods participating in a Movember to remember

Carmen’s Bigway Foods participating in a Movember to remember

Carmen Cornelius, owner of Carmen’s Bigway Foods in Crossfield, has started a Movember campaign that he hopes will raise money for local food bank programs.
November is Diabetes Awareness Month

November is Diabetes Awareness Month

While every day is an important day to raise awareness about diabetes – which affects one in three Canadians – the month of November gives Canadians a chance to get more familiar with the disease.