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Column: The tough times won't last forever

Column: The tough times won't last forever

I celebrated another anniversary of my 21st birthday a few weeks ago. My wife did the very best she could, given these COVID times, to make it special. She rented us a gorgeous cabin in the middle of nowhere.
Letter: F. Merkowsky misses the mark

Letter: F. Merkowsky misses the mark

Re: " Fines won't stop spread of COVID-19 ," letter, Jan. 28. Dear editor, The Thursday, Jan 28 issue of the the Airdrie City View clearly demonstrated the divisions within even our corner of the world.
Column: The power of internet collectives

Column: The power of internet collectives

Something happened last week that was truly startling and shocking.
Editorial: Downtown plan

Editorial: Downtown plan

Airdrie lacks a lot of things for a city of its size. Most residents would likely welcome the arrival of a hospital, college/university campus and a second multi-use recreational facility on the west side of the city.
Editorial: Mounting frustrations

Editorial: Mounting frustrations

The Alberta government’s Jan. 22 announcement that public health orders and business restrictions would remain in place for the foreseeable future seems to have been a tipping point for many rural Albertans.
Column: A reminder for our southern neighbours

Column: A reminder for our southern neighbours

We Canadians were not particularly surprised by a newly inaugurated United States president stopping four years of work and investment in the Keystone XL pipeline project.
Letter: Guthrie and Rosin are helping keep Albertans in the dark about Keystone XL

Letter: Guthrie and Rosin are helping keep Albertans in the dark about Keystone XL

Dear editor, Rocky View County-area MLAs Peter Guthrie (Airdrie-Cochrane) and Miranda Rosin (Banff-Kananaskis) need to answer for why they are hiding details on the Keystone XL pipeline deal. On Jan.
Letter: Fines won't stop COVID-19 spread

Letter: Fines won't stop COVID-19 spread

Dear editor, We are all looking for some positive news in these trying times.
Letter: Bethany Airdrie site manager thanks community

Letter: Bethany Airdrie site manager thanks community

Dear editor, We would like to take this opportunity to thank our communities for all they have done for us. Through their generous support, they have lifted our spirits though the many challenges of this pandemic.
Column: Living in a notorious neighbourhood

Column: Living in a notorious neighbourhood

I live in a fairly notorious Calgary neighbourhood. When I mention where I reside, some people raise their eyebrows and ask me if I feel safe there.