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Albertans right to be angry over politicians' vacations: health minister

Albertans right to be angry over politicians' vacations: health minister

EDMONTON — Two Alberta cabinet ministers say they've been getting an earful from constituents about their colleagues jetting off to tropical locales contrary to public-health guidelines — and that they're right to be angry.
COVID-19 vaccines begin to be rolled out at Airdrie retirement homes

COVID-19 vaccines begin to be rolled out at Airdrie retirement homes

The year is off to a good start for residents of the Hamlets at Cedarwood Station retirement home in Airdrie.
Good morning, Airdrie!

Good morning, Airdrie!

Airdrie RCMP investigate New Year's Eve liquor store theft

Airdrie RCMP investigate New Year's Eve liquor store theft

Airdrie RCMP officers are investigating a liquor store theft that took place on New Year's Eve. On Dec. 31, 2020 at approximately 5 p.m.
Policing survey claims nearly half of respondents favour additional policing costs

Policing survey claims nearly half of respondents favour additional policing costs

A public survey that was a part of a policing delivery model study presented to Airdrie City council Dec. 21, 2020 claimed 46 per cent of respondents were in favour of paying more for police services, if it meant having more input and influence.
Airdrie City council extends sign relaxations until June 30

Airdrie City council extends sign relaxations until June 30

To help struggling businesses advertise amid the second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic, Airdrie City council has approved a six-month extension of relaxations for sign regulation that were first passed in April 2020.
Mother angry over travel scandal after Make-A-Wish trip postponed for sick son

Mother angry over travel scandal after Make-A-Wish trip postponed for sick son

EDMONTON — An Alberta mother says she's outraged by various politicians and staff who decided to travel abroad over the holidays, while a dream trip to Hawaii for her terminally ill son had to be postponed.
Obstetric patients being directed outside the community due to outbreak at St. Paul hospital

Obstetric patients being directed outside the community due to outbreak at St. Paul hospital

Outbreak at Lac La Biche healthcare centre still active
Airdrie RCMP investigates slashed tires in CrossIron Mills parking lot

Airdrie RCMP investigates slashed tires in CrossIron Mills parking lot

Airdrie Rural RCMP are requesting public assistance in identifying two males responsible for an act of mischief Dec. 4 in the parking lot of CrossIron Mills Mall in East Balzac.
Bethany Airdrie reports outbreak as Airdrie reaches 174 active cases

Bethany Airdrie reports outbreak as Airdrie reaches 174 active cases

Over the holiday break COVID-19 numbers rose around the province, including in Airdrie which currently has 174 active cases.